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BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

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SAN FRANCISCO 

AND 

Principal Towns of California and Nevada, 

1877 

Containing Names, Business and Address of Merchants, Manufacturers 
and Professional Men 

OF THE FOLLOWING CITIES AND /oWNS : 

San Francisco, Sacramento, Stockton, SaiWo'se, Marysville, Oakland, Vallejo, Woodland, Dixon, 
Suiaun, Fairfield, Napa City, Petaluma, Santa ttosa-, Colusa, Modesto, Merced City, Healds- 
burg, Cloverdale, Gilroy, Hollister, Santa Cruz, Soquel, Watsonville, Pajaro, 
Salinas City, Monterey, Castroville, Santa Clara, San Mateo, Redwood 
City, Chico, Oroville, Red Bluff, Auburn, Colfax, Grass Valley, 
Nevada City, Dutch Flat, Gold Run, Alta, Truckee, 
Virginia, Carson City, Reno, Gold Hill, Silver City, Alameda, San Leandro, Benicia, Antioch, 
Martinez, Pacheco, Clayton, Concord, Nortonville, Somersville, Woodbridge, Lodi, Gait, 
Davisville, Yuba City, Pleasanton, Haywards, Livermore, San Rafael, Sutter 
Creek, Jackson, Drytown, lone City, Amador City, Plymouth, Latrobe, 
Mokelumne Hill, San Andreas, Placerville, Eureka, 
Mendocino City, Folsom, Georgetown, 

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CONTENTS. 



PAGE. 

Alameda 9 

Alta 10 

Amador City 10 

Antioch 10 

Auburn 11 

Bantas 11 

Benicia 12 

Califor'ia(alphabetic'lly) 9 
California (classified) . . .140 

Carson City 124 

Castroville 12 

Chico 13 

Clayton 15 

Cloverdale. . . 15 

Colfax 15 

Colusa 16 

Concord 17 

Davisville 18 

Dixon 18 

Drvtown 19 

Dutch Flat 19 

Elk Grove 20 

Eureka 20 

Fairfield 24 

Folsom 21 

Gait 25 

Georgetown 25 

Gilroy 26 

Gold Hill 127 

Gold Run 27 

Grass Valley. 27 

Hay ward's 30 



PAGE. 

jHealdsburg 30 

|Hollister 31 

lone City 33 

Jackson 33 

Lakeport 31 

Lathrop 35 

Lotrobe 35 

Livermore 35 

Lodi ' 36 

Martinez 36 

Marys ville 37 

Mendocino City 40 

Merced City 41 

Modesto 43 

Mokelumne Hill 44 

Monterey 45 

Napa City 45 

Nevada City 48 

Nevada (alphabetically) .124 
Nevada (classified) ..... 222 

Nortonville 50 

Oakland 50 

Oakland (East) 60 

Oakland (West) 61 

Oroville 63 

Pacheco 64 

Pajaro 64 

Petaluma 64 

Placerville 67 

Pleasanton 68 

Plymouth 69 

Red Bluff 69 



PAGE. 

Redwood City 71 

Reno 1*9 

Sacramento 72 

Salinas City -86 

San Andreas "88 

San Francisco 315 

San Francisco (classified) 465 

San Jose 89 

San Juan 97 

San Leandro 98 

San Mateo 99 

San Rafael 99 

Santa Clara 100 

Santa Cruz 101 

Santa Rosa 105 

Silver City 123 

So mers ville 104 

Soquel 104 

Stockton 107 

Suisun 114 

Sutter Creek 115 

Title 5 

Truckee 116 

Ukiah v 117 

Vallejo 118 

Virginia City 132 

Watson ville 120 

Woodbridge 122 

Woodland 122 

Yuba City 123 



INDEX TO AD VEBTTSEMENTS . 



PAGE. | 

Academy of St Agnes. . . .285; 

Alameda Encinal 235 

Aldrich D M 290 

Alexander & Co 267 

Amador Dispatch . . . 247 

Amador Ledger 247| 

Antioch Ledger 235 1 

Austin B C 574 

Bacon & Co, inside back 
cover 

Bahnev, Campbell & Co . 264 

Bailev J L 2341 

Banholzer F 268 

Barton B F & Co, margin line 

Belmor GE 4 

Bennett JF J 284 

Bernard House 264 

Bickf ord L A & Co 298 

Bloch Joseph 281 

Bradley & Rulofson, mar- 
gin line 

Bretonnel J Y 526 

Brown C 295 

Bruce Donald . . . front cover 

Budd Henry 271 

Burlingame H B, margin 
line 

Butte Record 237 

Cabrera, Roma & Co 494 

Calavaras Chronicle 249 

California Agriculturist. 278 
California Farmers' Mu- 
tual Ins. Co 587 

Cameron House, .back cover 

Campbell John 267 

Carson Savings Bank. . .296 

Carson Daily Appeal 296 

Chamberlain Wm R 295 

Chico Enterprise 237 

Church J E 262 

Citizens' Bank 254 

Clark J Q A 283 

Clifford T C 263 

Cloverdale News 238 

Coates LA 263 

Cohen Ben 273 

Cole Seward 504 

Colfax Enterprise 240 

Colusa House 239 

Colusa Independent 221 

Colusa Sun 139 

Contra Costa Gazette. . .248 

Contra Costa News 259 

Cook A A 265 

Cooke & Gregory 276 



page. | 

Cornwall P B 306| 

Cotten J W 241 

Crandall G C 2641 

Crocker H S & Co, back 
cover 

Daily Evening Tribune. .2571 

Daniel J 592 

Daniels & Bean 236| 

Day Thomas 583 

Detroit Safes . . . front cover 

Dewey & Co 555 

Dixon Tribune 251 

Dodge S K 266 

Donoghue Wm 298 

Dunning Mrs 499 

Dutch Flat Hotel 241 

Eddy S A 255 

Eilerman F 255 

El Capitan Hotel 254 

Electrical Construct'nCo 502 

Engelhardt Abert 293 

Fitzmier & Armbrust. . .301 

Floberg J P 274 

Flohr Chas 265 

Flynn J 587 

Foot Hill Weekly Tidings 245 

Frahm Bros 241 

Francis & Valentine,back 

of book and 592 

Fredrick M M 300 

Frver Geo D 298 

Gardner D 272 

Gates Justin 268 

Geartner E G 503 

Gilroy Advocate 244 

Gilroy Independent 244 

Giraud & Pitcher 260 

Gold Hill Daily News ... 297 

Goltermann H 504 

Goodell N D 265 

Gordon C W back cover 

Grass Vallev Daily Union 245 

GrayS C 527 

Grimm Henry 536 

Hamilton Wm 304 

Hammond E 266 

Harrison & Peavey 241 

Healdsburg Enterprise . . 251 
Heald's Business College 

back of book and 314 

Hepburn W A 562 

Hermann C 313 

Hicks D & Co, front cover 

and 311 

Hill J T 295 



PAGE. 

Hodges James 1 259 

Hollister Telegraph 292 

Holmes H T & Co 310 

Hoops H W 259 

Houseworth Thos, front 
cover 

Humboldt Times ..242 

Israel W C 236 

Johnson Jacob 265 

Kaerth J 265 

Kahn L&M ..578 

Kestler Martin 270 

Kingsley Geo L & Co .... 263 

Klemm Chas 589 

Knarston J H 560 

Knights Wm R 266 

Kohler, Chase & Co 558 

Lake Democrat 248 

Lange L H D 263 

Leonard Geo O 265 

Leroy Mme 499 

Levison Bros 525 

Liftchild & Miller 509 

Linderman Bros 584 

Long C W 24 

LuskI W 268 

Lynch M & Co 584 

Lynde & Hough 307 

Lyon E & Co 271 

MacdowellT C 591 

Marsh H F 502 

Marysville Appeal 2 

Marysville and Colusa 

Stage Company 254 

Mayhew W P 264 

McCann H 269 

Mechanics' Real Estate 

Association 590 

Mendocino Democrat 288 

Mercury (Oroville) 294 

Messing H 295 

Meyer J P 590 

Miller & Richard, inside 

back cover 

Miller Wm J 276 

Monnier August 267 

Monterey Californian. . .250 

Moore H H 305 

Moraghan & Lynch 553 

Moreau E 502 

Morse GD 308 

Mountain Democrat 260 

Naffziger Jacob 252 

Napa Register 253 

Nelson ChasL 238 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS— Continued. 



PAGE. 

Nevada Bank Agency. . . .299 
Nevada Daily Transcript. 256 
Neva/la Daily Tribune. ..295 
Nevada Mutual Ins. Co, 

margin line 
Nevada State Journal . . . 296 

Noack Chas J 268 

Noonan J & Co 304 

Norcross & Co, front 

cover and 313 

North' n Coast Stage Line239 

North Side Stage Co 238 

Oakland Dailv Transcript302 

Oliver & Elder 581 

Owens, Moore & Co 312 

Pacific Business College, 
front cover 

Pacific Ice Co 272 

Pajaronian 294 

Palace Hotel 255 

Petaluma Weekly Courier261 

PettitB H 266 

Pierce G L front cover 

Pierson H H 260 

Pierson John 584 

Plummer EH 293 

Post Publishing Co, mar- 
gin line 

Quinn H D 252 

Ransonie E L 487-500-552 
559-569 

Raymond F 583 

Redstone John H 291 

Regan M J 292 

Reinquin P L 288 

Remington A D, back cover 

and back of book 

Renken Henry 304 

Roach John 553 

Rodgers, Meyer & Co. . . .494 

Ross Miss Annie 298 

Ross House 252 



PAGE. PAGE. 

Ross O & Co 4 ! Stoll John T 274 

Russell P H 269 ; Straus, Kohnstamm & Co 4% 

Russian River Flag 246;Taber I W & Co, back cover 

Sacramento Daily Bee. .275.Tackney John 283 

Sacramento Valley Agri- iTavlorD B & Co 585 

culturist 273jTavlor Mrs L A H 304 

Salinas City Index 277 Taylor M Stuart & Co. . .584 

San Benito Advance .... 240 Ten Cent Parcel Delivery 



SF & N P RR Co 588 

San Joaquin Val. Argus. 253 

San Jose Mercury 279 

San Rafael Herald 283 



Co 582 

Tenthorey J P & Co 584 

Times and Gazette 262 

Tirelemon S 590 



Santa Cruz Local Item. .280 Troy & Co 582 

Santa Cruz Rail road . .276 Truckee Hotel 282 

Santa Cruz Sentinel 284|Truckee Republican 289 

Santa Cruz Courier 281 jTustin WI 3 

Santa Rosa Times 282 Tynan A F 276 



Saturday Mercury 258 

Searcy F D 236 

Selby Smelting & Lead 

Co 527 

Sentinel (Red Bluff) .... 293 

Severance A J 589 

Shelbourne House 586 

Shippers Guide, back cov- 
er and 592 

Singer Mfg Co, 567 and 
back cover 

Smith Barlow J 309 

Smith Holland 590 

Snyder & Comstock 280 

Solano Republican 282 

Solano Times 289 

Sonoma Democrat 303 

Spaar John 304 

Spence A S & Co 589 

Speranza Signor D 550 

Sresovich Luke G& Co. .507 

Stanislaus Co News 250 

Stearns Capt M 299 

Stephenson Dr G A 270 

Stockton Herald 286 



Vance Hotel 23 

Varozza & Co 263 

Virginia Eve Chronicle. .301 
Wachhorst H . . . margin line 

Wagner Jacob 268 

Ware Mrs JE 584 

Week F A 23-24 

Weekly Democratic Dis- 
patch 287 

Wells Geo F 252 

West Coast Signal 243 

Western House 249 

Wilke Charles 268 

Williams W G. . .front cover 

Wilson John A 267 

Women's Co-optive Ptg 

Union 582 

H Wolff 584 

Wornes R C 252 

Wyman Chas H 268 

Yolo Mail 290 

Yoseruite House 285 

Ybung J N 268 

Ziegler C 293 



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CALIFORNIA. 



Alameda, 

ALAMEDA COUNTY, 

A town lying across the bay from San 
Francisco; has a population of 3.000 in- 
habitants, and is occupied as a residence 
by many San Francisco business-men. It 
is distant from San Francisco 8 miles. 



ALA M EDA ENCI N AL, F K Krauth, 
proprietor 

Agaes T & Co, liqrs, cor Park & R R ave 

Bancroft A J, butcher, Park 

BARBER A S, General mdse and post- 
office, cor Park and Webb 

Barber & Barker, wood and coal, tel opr 

Barlow H S, propr Loyal Oak hotel, Park 

BAROTEAl AUGUSTE, Grocer- 
ies, restaurant & pleas garden, Grand 

Bishop James, groceries, Park 

Boehmer F & Co, liquors, Park 

Bremer Hermann, propr Scheutzen park, 
cor Central avenue and Prospect 

Bylcr W P, blacksmith, Webster 

Bynon A A, Grand Worthy Patriarch S of 
T of Cal, Park 

Burein John, boots and shoes, Park 

Calhan David, furniture. Park 

CHRISTIANSEN HENRY, 4 Liq- 
uors, Park 

CLARK J W. Real estate agent, Enci- 
nal Postmaster and Justice of Peace 

CONRAD GEORGE, Liquors, Park 

Culliton M, liquors, Railroad ave 

DAEMON <fc LANDVOGT, Ba- 
kers, Park 

DOYLE J J, Harnessmaker, Park 

EARE W A SON, Hay, grain, wood 
and coal, Webster 

ELBE C B, Druggist and chemist, Park 

Ellsworth John, town clerk, Park 

Fassking Louis, propr hotel and Fass- 
king's park, Railroad ave 

Frank Andrew, candy, liquors, etc, Oak 

Gibbons W P, physician 

HaUey & Curvey, blacksmiths, Park 

Heacock Rev H B, pastor M E church 

Hegelund Jacob R, fish market and oysters 

Hess A, physician, Park 

Hill (Mrs M R) & Thompson (Mrs S E), 
milliners and dressmakers, Park 

HOETZ W 31, Groceries and liquors, 
cor Webster and Railroad ave 



Horst Wm, liquors, cor Santa Clara and 
McPherson 

Jefferson Miss M S, agt C P R R and tele- 
graph operator 

KALIS FRANK J, Hairdreesing and 
shaving saloon, Park 

Kay I N, hotel, Park 

Keene Edward B, druggist, Park 

KRAUTH F K, Propr "Alameda En- 
cinal" 

Laidlaw Walter, lumberyard, Railroad ave 
Lemkie C H, barber, Park 
Lewis G L, livery stable, Park 
Liese Conrad, butcher, Park 
Maher John, painter and paperhanger 
MATHEIS JOHN, Propr New mar- 
ket Park 

MAYRISCH EARNEST, Liquors, 

cor Webster and Railroad avenue 
McKee J W, real estate agt, Park 
McNeil George, real estate agt, Park 
MERRILL JOSHUA, Carpenter, 
Park 

MILLS THOMAS, Tinsmith, Rail- 
road avenue 

Mobman John, liquors, Park 

Munson D L, gen mdse, agt Lind's express 

Palmer N W, collector, Park 

Probst Louis, bakery. Park 

QUAST JOHN, Copper and tinsmith, 
McPherson 

Radcliff Charles, justice of the peace, Park 

REINECKER JOHN, Bootmaker, 
Park 

Riehl Frederick, physician, Park 
ROBINSON & SCHROEDER, 

Real estate and insurance agts, Park 
RUTHARDT VICTOR, proprietor 

Alameda Brewery, Third ave 
SCHOENAN HENRY, Saloon and 

boarding house, Prospect 
Severin Theador, liquors, Park 
Smith J S, tailor, Park 
SMITH L D. Carpenter, Broadway 
STOLZE «fc STURM, Liquors, res- 
taurant, bowling alley and proprs Ala- 
meda Gardens, Prospect 
Tabor Rev R L, clergyman (Presbyterian) 
Yosberg J B, hardware, Park 
Warner Miss S A, candies and nuts 
WILSON & SANDERSON, Car- 
penters and builders, Everett avenue 
Warden Mrs S, dressmaker, Railroad ave 
Wolff A, drygoods, cor Webster and Rail- 
road avenue 



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Alta, 

PLACER COUNTY, 

A small town on the Central Pacific rail- 
road, 66 miles above Sacramento; has a 
population of 200, and is supported by its 
lumber and mining interests. 



BAXVARD E M, Propr Banvard's 
hotel, depot 

BETTS J, Agent Central Pacific rail- 
road, and Atlantic and Pacific Tele- 
graph Co, and Wells, Fargo & Co 

Taylor & Pickens, mdse & blacksm shop 

TOW EE BROS «& CO, Lumber mfrs 
and dealers, and gen md.se 



Amador City, 

AMADOR COUNTY. 

A small mining town of the county of same 
name, with 600 inhabitants, 55 miles from 
Sacramento, is of considerable import- 
ance for its size, there being some valu- 
able mines in its vicinity. 



Allen George, lumber 
CHICHIZOLA A, Gen'l merchandise 
Cribbins, Mrs Mary, hotel 
DIXLAP J It A BRO, Drugs, ci- 
gars, tobacco, jewelry and fancy goods 
FEEEHART C, Agt Wells, Fargo & Co 
Frieo F, tailor 
Harrington J W, hotel 
Heisch P, barber 

HEWITT O C, Supt Keystone Consol- 
idated Mining Co 
Johnson C K, justice of the peace 
Kirkland J N, telegraph operator 
Kirkland W W, general merchandise 
KLING G W, Liquors 
SOWDEN JOSEPH, Shoemaker 
JIIAYAN T H, Physician 
Mooney M, liquors 
Peyton Wm, liquors 
SAVAGE JOHN II, Carpenter 
SETZER FRED, Butcher 
THOMAS OWEN, Shoemaker 
TOIERMAN JOSEPH, Blacksmith 
Weil H, gen mdse and postoffice 
Werner & Sutherland, butchers 
YAGER PETER, Livery stable 



Antioch, 

CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, 

Quite a prosperous town on and near the 
mouth of the San Joaquin river, with a 
population of about 1,200. It is con- 



nected with San Francisco and Stockton 
by boat, also by stage from Bantas. 



ABBOTT J P, Proprietor "Antioch 
Ledger" 

ANTIOCH LEDGER, J P Abbott, 

proprietor 
Bayliss E, hotel and liquors, Main 
Behan T, liquors, cor Galloway and Wyatt 
BOHIR JOHN F, Saloon and lodg- 
ing, Main 
Brewer H W, undertaker, Front 
BRI NKHORST W JI A, Dealer in 
gen merchandise, cor Main and Front 
Carman G C, groceries, Front 
Chase John C, livery stable, Main 
CLEAVES Mrs D H, Milliner and 

dressmaker, cor Wyatt and Booker 
Cruikshank James T, attorney-at-law 
Datycan, Fred, wharfinger 
Donlan Peter, wood and coal 
DONOVAN C O, Liquors 
Dires Adam, baker, Main 
EDDY R, U S Deputy Surveyor 
Galloway James & Co, lumber 
GORDON C H, Hotel, Main 
GRIFFIN P G, Hotel, cor Main and 
Wyatt 

Hamburg Martin, general mdse and ship- 
chandlery, cor Main and Front 
Howard J R, physician 
Jacobs M H, drygoods, boots and shoes 
Joslin, S B, saddle & harnessmaker, Front 
Lofree Isaac, gen mdse, cor Main & Front 
Lango Antonio, shoemaker, Front 
Macartiney D, fruit, cigars, etc, Wyatt 
JIAHAN DAVID, Hotel and Notary 

Public, cor Main and Wyatt 
MEYER EEOPOED, General mer- 
chandise, Front 
McCrum James, liquors, cor Wyatt and 

Galloway 
McDermott P, blacksmith 
McMaster J C & Co, butchers, Front 
McNulty Frank, saloon, Front 
NICHOESON ISAAC, Pottery 
Oden William T, druggist, Main 
PAGE S P, Gunsmith, Main 
Parkinson, M C, physician 
PATTERSON JH, Liquors, cor Main 
and Wyatt 

PEERS CHARLES, Liquors, corner 

Main and Wyatt 
Peers, H, liquors, Wyatt 
PETERS FRED'H W, Shoemaker, 

Wyatt 
Peterson N, blacksmith 
Phillips & Baker, books and stationery; 

agt Wells, Fargo & Co and postmaster, 

cor Main and Front 
Remfree W, barber, Main 
Taylor Mrs, restaurant, Main 
Wemple E L, physician 
White T B, groceries, Front 
Wild C, tailor, Main 



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WILLIAMS FRANCIS, Liquors, 
Main 

Wolf H, -gen mdse, cor Wyatt & Galloway 
Wright, G C, stoves and tinware, Main 



Auburn, 

PLACER COUNTY, 

The county seat of Placer county, situ- 
ated on the Central Pacific railroad, 37 
miles above Sacramento, has a population 
of about 2,400, and is the distributing 
point for a large portion of country. Stages 
run from here to Georgetown, Greenwood, 
Coloma, Placerville, Forest Hill, Michigan 
Bluffs, etc. Its support is derived prin- 
cipally from the mines. 



Clerk, 



Adrian Mrs A, restaurant 
ANDREWS & HOLLENBECK, 

Bankers, agts W, F & Co, and jewelrv 
ASHLEY J T, County Recorder and 

Auditor, Courthouse 
Betterley O A, wagonmaker 
Betton Simon, liquors 
BORLAND JAMES, Propr West's 

hotel 

BI LLOCH W H, District Attorney 
and Attorney-aihlaw, Courthouse 

Burns H, liquors 

Cain Thomas, liquors 

CALDWELL F P, Liquors 

CR AND ALL J R, County 
Courthouse 

Crissman George, liquors 

CROSBY C C, Livery stable 

Crutcher W M, propr Auburn waterworks 

Cubberly D C, wagonmaker 

Cl'RLEY «& MAHON, Liquors, Au- 
burn station 

Dallman Louis, clothing and varieties 

Deuel S A, physician 

DUXXAjI B D, Propr American hotel 
Dwyer & Gubbay, groceries 
Edler F A, gunsmith 

FILCHER J A & CO, Proprietors 

"Placer Herald" 
Finley C W, County Surveyor 
Fitch J Ives, County Judge 
FOLGERON A", Stoves and tinware 
FI LWEILER J M, Attorney-at-law 
GLANCE Y T,Manager Placer "Weekly 

Argus"J 

Gordon Robert, groceries, hardware, etc 
Grohs Fred, brewery 

HALE «fc CRAIG, Attorneys-at-law 
Hellwig Charles J, harnessmaker 
HOHL A CO, Placer Brewery 
Holle E F, liquors and bakery 
Hollis Thomas Q, liquors 
Houser Louis, drygoods and clothing 
HUGHES W B, House, sign and car- 
riage painter 



Hunt Wilson, blacksmith 
Keehner George A, liquors 
King Rev E, clergyman (Methodist) 
KINK ADE J T, Attorney-at-law 
K1TTLER Miss CARRIE, Pro- 
prietress Empire hotel 
Liniger John, liquors and oysters 
Lipsett A, hotel 

LT BECK D W, Drygoods, clothing 

and carpets 
Macombe G B, tinner 

MANN V V, Furniture and undertaking 
McClellen Mrs S, dressmaker 

Mccormick james, sheriff, 

Courthouse, 
Myres BF, attorney-at-law 
Newton & Willis, groceries 
Patton S, liquors 

PLACER HERALD, J A Filcher & 
Co, proprs 

PLACER WEEKLY ARGUS, 

"Argus" Publishing Co proprs 

PREDOM MOSES, Blacksmith and 
wagonmaker 

PRENTICE J T, Agent A and P Tel 
Companv, depot 

RACKLIFF ALDEN, Architect and 
builder 

Rapier Richard, hairdresser 

Sanders Lewis, constable 

SHACKLETON E L, Physician 

SHAY Mrs E, Restaurant 

Siefert & Co, market 

Simons C L, liquors 

SMITH J J, Propr Auburn hotel 

SNOWDEN E C, Druggist and phar- 
maceutist 

SOCLE A J, County Treasurer, Court- 
house 

Stephens T E, groceries, hardware, etc 
STEVENS S M, Druggist and apothe- 
cary, and agt Western Union Tel Co 
Stone Henry, blacksmith 
Todd T M, phvsician 

WALSH E, Justice of Peace, Notary 

Public, and tailor 
Walsh James, bootmaker 
Werman Abraham, barber 
White John M, blacksmith 
WTLLIS S W, Postmaster, stationery, 

cigars, news, etc 
WILLMENT GEORGE, Agent C P 

R R and general merchandise 
Woisley John, bootmaker 



Bantas, 

SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY, 

Is a freight and passenger station on the 
Central Pacific railroad, 74 miles from 
San Francisco. Has a population of 100; 
connecting also with Point Timber, An- 
tioch, Grayson and Hill's ferry by stage. 
Is supported mainly by agriculture. 



H. Wachhorst calls attention to his Genuine Sterling Silverware, 79 J si. Sac. 



Weekly Post, S. F., a Newspaper for the People, only $2 a year, postage 20c. additional 



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B4EHME EDWARD, Ag W, F & Co 

Brichetto J C, gen mdse 
Fox W M, bootmaker 
GROSS J A, Hotel 
HUTCHINGS JAMES, Liquors 
Israel I J, postmaster 
ISRAEL W C, Livery stable and pro- 
prietor Bantas & Hill's ferry stage line 
KAUFFMAN LEON, General mdse 
LOONEY JOHN, Barber 
PORTER BROS, Liquors 
Williams J L, blacksmith and wagonmaker 
Wilson O H, restaurant and saloon 
Wood Royal, jr, agt C P R Rand Tel Co 
Zimmerman & Co, liquors 



Benicia, 

SOLANO COUNTY, 

At one time the Capital of the State, is 
pleasantly situated on the bay, 25 
miles northeast of San Francisco. In 
earlier days it was quite prosperous, but 
has since declined much in importance and 
population. Its nearness to San Francisco 
is against its ever becoming a place of any 
great size or importance. 



ATWOOD L C, Manager of Western 

Union Telegraph Company 
Barry James, general merchandise 
Blake William, tinner 
BROWN & CHISM, Tannery 
BROWN «fc McRAY, Tannery 
BUEGER JOHN, Benicia Brewery 
Clyne James, blacksmith 
Dalton, S W, restaurant 
Ewing James, general merchandise 
Fischer, Joseph, butcher 
FOLSOM MYRICK, Hotel 
Foreman W H, drygoods and clothing 
Gilmer Joseph, supt Pacific Cement Co 
Henry James, captain Benicia and Mar- 
tinez ferry boat 
HOUGHTON C B, Lumber dealer 
Jones J W, general merchandise 
JOSEPH Mother MARY, Sister 

Superior 
Kelley Mrs K, liquors 
KINSTREY THOMAS T, Grocer- 
ies and liquors 
Kuhland William, boots and shoes 
McDONELL A, Agent Wells, Fargo & 

Co and Postmaster 
Mizner, L B, attorney-at-law 
MOORE <fc CUMMINGS, Leather 

manufacturers 
PERIN A, Blacksmith 
QUIGG CHARLES, Liquors, gro- 
ceries and feedstore 
Querney J, hotel and boarding house 
Reynolds A N, hotel and restaurant 
Riddell George H, justice of the peace 



SMITH «fc MOONEY, Blacksmiths 

and wagonmakers 
Stevans John, saloon, wharf 
Yaudrey Rev T, clergyman (Congregat'l) 
Yon Pfister E H, liquors 
WEINMANN F P, Solano hotel and 

livery stable 
Williams John M, farmer 
Williams Joseph, barber 
Wingfield Bishop, princpl St Mary's school 
Wood Thomas, carriage trimmer & painter 



Brooklyn, 



See East Oakland. 



Castroville, 

MONTEBEY COUNTY. 

This town is located on the Southern Pa- 
cific railroad, 15 miles from Monterey, in 
Monterey county. It has been in exist- 
ence but about thirteen years, but in that 
time has steadily grown and now numbers 
about 900 inhabitants. Agriculture in its 
immediate vicinity is its principal support. 



Alderman G, liquors 

ANBERSON «fc ITRQUIOEZ, Li- 
quors and billiards 
Brokaw I K, wagonmaker & lumber dealer 
BROWN JOHN A, Castroville Flour 
mills 

Brown W H, hairdresser 
CALDWELL E F, Carriage, house 

and sign painter 
CASTROVILLE ARGUS, J, Mer- 

ritt proprietor 
CENTENNIAL HOTEL, John Mills 

proprietor 
Cooper JBH, drygoods, groceries, etc 
EVANS F, Merchant tailor 
Fall M, blacksmith 
GERKEN JOHN, Bootmaker 
GIBSON, W H, Agent Wells, Fargo & 

Co, and commission and grain mercht 
Grandpre H, harness and saddles 
Henry Walter, liquors 
JOHNSON ISRAEL, Contractor & 

builder; Postmaster 
Keating L B, drygoods, groceries, etc 
Lauck & Meyer, Castroville Brewery 
Longley A H, stoves, tin and hardware 
Malloy John A, druggist 
MERRITT J, "Castroville Ar-gus" 
MERRITT M R, Attorney-at-law, no- 
tary public, conveyancer, collector and 

insurance agent 
Miller & Co, groceries 
MILLS JOHN, Propr Centennial hotel 
Parker J, physician 
Pomber J M & Co, livery stable 



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Post, W B, market 

RAIRDON JOHN, Harness and sad- 
dles 

ROTH HIRAM, Beer depot for Pa- 

jaro Brewery 
SEWELL Miss M, Dressmaking and 

millinery 
Snedaker E H, agent SPRE 
Speegle <fc Johnson, liquors and cigars 
Watson J E, fruit and varieties 
Whitcher C B, blacksmith 
Williams J, groceries 

Wood &, Dutcher, drygoods, clothing, gro- 
ceries, etc; agts W U Tel Co 

WOOD W R, Propr American hotel 
and Notary Public 



Chico, 

BUTTE COUNTY, • 

The largest town in the county, with a 
population of 3,500, is situated on the Cen- 
tral Pacific railroad, 95 % miles above 
Sacramento, and 25 miles northwest of 
Oroville, the county seat. Agriculture is 
the chief source of support; but the lumber 
trade has of late years become also quite a 
means of wealth, together with its adjacent 
mining interests, making it a flourishing 
town. 

ACHERMAX «& FULLER, Market, 
Second 

Aderton Mrs N M, dressmaker, Broadway 
Allen Bros, blacksmiths, Main 
ALLEN V R, Freight elk CPRR, depot 
Ashbrook & Bro, attornevs-at-law, Main 
R A I L Y A ME, Bookkeeper with J Bidwell 
RAKER R R, Bootmaker and dealer, 
Main 

Baker, J H C, liquors, Main 

Ball Charles, watches and jewelry, Main 

RANK OF BUTTE COUNTY, 
Charles Faulkner cashier, SE cor Sec- 
ond and Broadwav 

RANK OF CHICO,Alexander H Crew 
cashier, SW cor Second and Broadwav 

RENNETT Mrs J G, Millinery, 
fancy goods, dressmaking and stamp- 
ing; agency Florence sewing machines 
and patterns 

RI DWELL JOHN, Propr rancho 
Chico and flour mills; grain, fruits, 
etc. Broadway 

RLOOD A F, Soda water and ice, cor 
Broadway and Seventh 

Bouman S, clothing, drvgoods, etc, Bdwv 

ROURNE GEORGE J, Justice of 
Peace and Notary Public, Second 

Breslauer H, clothing, cigars, etc, Main 

BRESLAI ER M, Clothing and dry- 
goods, Main 

Bryant Rev J W, clergyman, (Methodist) 



BERK ISAAC, Liquors and wine 

rooms, Second 
Burlingame & King, dentists, Second 
BUTTE RECORD, George H. Cros- 

ette propr, (in its 24th vol) , Second 
CAIN JAMES, Bootmaker, Main 
CAMPER H W, Wagonmaker, cor 

Ninth and Oroville avenue 
Cary Frank, Junction hotel 
CHENEY W FITCH,Physician, over 

postoffice, Broadway 
CHICO ENTERPRISE, Edward 

Hoole propr, cor Main and Second 
Chico Gas Co 
Chico Lumber Co. Main 
Chico Water Co 

Clarke & Trimbel, liquors, Second 
Cohn H & Bro, boots and shoes, Main 
CRAMER J C, Ovster Grotto, Second 
CREW ALEXANDER H, Cashier 

Bank of Chico, SW cor Second and 

Broadway 

CROISSANT CHARLES, Chico 

Brewerv, cor Eighth and Broadway 
CROSETTE GEORGE H, Propr 

' 'Butte Record " (in its 24th vol) , Second 
Crum F A, dentist, Main 
DALY J T, Attorney-at-law, Broadway 
DANIELS «fc DEAN, Proprs Union 

hotel, cor Main and Third 
Davis G W, physician, Broadway 
Davis & Green, marbleworks, Third 
Dickerman Rev L, clergyman, (Congregl) 
DOOLEY THOMAS, Oyster house, 

Second 

Dorn, Bullard & Co, drygoods, clothing 

and groceries, cor Main and Second 
Downer J A, manager W U Tel Co, Main 
DRESRACH & CO, Dealers in grain 

and sacks, Second 
Dryden S, feed mill, Main 
EDWARDS Mrs M R, Shirt factory; 

agency Howe sewing machine, Main 
Eitel Frank, druggist; books and varieties 
FAULKNER CHARLES, Cashier 
Bank of Butte county and agt Wells,' 
Fargo & Co, SE cor Second and Bdwy 
Fargo & Frost,blacksmiths and horseshoers 
Finigan B F, liquors, cor Third and Bdwv 
FINNICUM J D, Propr Chico and 

Oroville stage line 
Fitzpatrick Sc Murphy, bootmakers, Second 
GEPHART Miss NELLIE, La- 
dies' hairdresser and hair goods, Main 
GIFFORD «& LUSK, Attys-at-law, 

cor Second and Broadway 
GORDON M R, Liquors, "Palace" 

saloon, Second 
Gooddav M & Co, drvgoods and clothing 
GRAF «& MCMILLAN, Blacksmiths 
and plowmakers, Ninth & Oroville-ave 
Graves George W, druggist, cor Main & Sec 
HALLET ANDREWS, Justice pf 
Peace, Notary Public and Conveyancer, 
Broadway 



H. Wachhorst, Importer of^ne Watches, Jewelry and Diamonds, 79 f st. Sac. 



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Hallet & Loy, furniture and undertaking, 

cor Main and Third 
Hanford F A, physician, Third 
Heath W D. insurance, at Bank of Chico 
Henderson B, hairdresser and baths 
Henderson George T, physician (eclectic) , 

Second 

HENDERSON WILLIAM, Phy- 
sician (eclectic), Second 
Henshaw Park, Atty-at-law, cor Second 

and Broadway 
Hibbard & Sommer, jewelry, stationery 

and fancy goods, Second 
HILDRETH L A, Postmaster, cor 

Broadway and Front 
Hill & Culberton, liquors, Main 
HOBART C V, Insurance and com- 
mission, Second 
HOOLE EDWARD, Propr "Chico 

Enterprise," cor Second and Main 
HUNT EDWARD F, Groceries and 

produce, cor Main and Second 
Hutton J F, Atty-at-law, Second 
Jackson F M, watches and jewelry, Main 
Jackson Peter, hairdresser and baths, Main 
JACOBS W, Clothing and drygoods, 
Main 

Johnson N, groceries, cor Third and Bdwy 
Kennedy John B, fruits, Broadway 
KEMPF «fc CHAMBERLIN, Em- 
pire market, Broadway 
Ketcham & Parker, liquors, Broadway 
KUNZ CHRISTIAN, Chico bakery, 

Broadway 
Lackey N, hairdresser, Main 
Leitzinger M, harness and saddles, Main 
Lightner Fred, liquors, Broadway 
LONGDON J B, Liquors, Broadway 
LONGFELLOW <& BECKHAM, 

Feedstore, Main 
LUCAS A J, Furniture, bedding and 

crockery, Broadway, bet Sec & Third 
Mason C C, physician, cor Second and Bdwy 
MEYER AUGUST, Liquors, cor Main 

and Second 
McCormack J H & Bro, druggists, Second 
MUSSER BROS, Feed stable, cor 

Fourth and Main 
NELSON CHARLES L, Horseshoer, 

Second 

Newman J F, stoves and tinware, cor Third 

and Broadway 
Nichols E C, liquors, Main 
Noonan J C, druggist, Main 
OLMSTED M L, Groceries, crockery, 

drygoods, etc, Broadway 
Ormsby J M, stationery, books, etc 
OTT Aid CO, New bakery,Broadway 
Patten & Pearson, liquors, Second 
Peal J, bootmaker, Broadway 
Peters P & Bro, drygoods and clothing 
Phillips L P, fruits and vegetables, Main 
PILLOT F A, Cigars, tobacco and 

pipes, Main 
Pincus J & Co, clothing, cigars, etc, Main 



PURDY G L, Propr Central hotel, 
Broadway 

QUINBY A O, Chico restaurant, Main 
RE A VIS DM, Union market, cor Main 
and Third 

REILLY «fc HUBBARD, Hard- 
ware, stoves and agricultural imple- 
ments, cor Broadway and Front 

REISTER L A, Harness and saddles, 
and Singer sewing machines, Main 

RINEHART, BRYAN «fc COOK, 
Planing mills; contractors and build- 
ers, Main and Fifth 

Bose & Cole, fruits, vegetables, candy, etc 

Bose E, liquors, Second 

ROSE N S, Proprietor Loy house, cor 
Main and Third 

Bundel B Y, market, Main 

RUSBY & MERY, Chico iron works, 
cor Eighth and Broadway 

Saites Bichard, liquors 

Schwein Mike, propr Bailroad house 

SEARCY F D, Glove factory, Broadway 

Shearer & Evans, livery stable, cor Second 
and Salem 

Sherwood & Turner, blacksmiths and 
wagonmakers 

SIERRA FLUME AND LUM- 
BER CO, Manufacturers and dealers 
in lumber, doors, sash and blinds 

Sprague F A, agent C P B B, depot 

Stansbury O, physician, Main 

STILSON C L «fc CO, Hardware, 
stoves & agricultural implemts, Main 

STUART FRED G, House, sign and 
ornamental painter, Second 

Thiel A L, cigars and tobacco, and agent 
A & P Tel Co, Second 

Thomas A B, groceries, Broadway 

THRUSTON W, Physician, Main 

TICKNER, BURNHAM «& CO, 
General merchandise, wagons, agricul- 
tural implements, and grain buyers, 
cor Main and Front 

TINKER «& MORLEY, Black- 
smiths, cor Ninth and Oroville avenue 

YANLANDINGHAM B, Liquors, 
Main 

WADDAMS C, Gunsmith, Main 
Waddams W, gun and locksmith, Bdwy 
WALSH THOMAS, Harness and 

saddles, Main 
WARREN R E, Candy factory, toys, 

pianos, organs, etc, Main 
Waterland William, tailor, Main 
Wayland John A, insurance agent 
Wayland J F, physician, Second 
Weed & Weed, liv stable, cor Main & Front 
Wetherbee Ira A, propr Chico hotel, cor 

Second and Salem 
Wilson W S B, liquors, Main 
WOODS <fc FORDHAM, Clothing, 

boots, shoes, hats, caps, and merchant 

tailors, Main 
Worthington W D, photographer, Main 



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Zadik F, boots and shoes, Main 
ZIE\ CHARLES, Hairdresser, Main 
Zwisler C E, drygoods and carpets 
Zwisler E H, physician, Third 



Clayton, 

CONTKA COSTA COUNTY, 

A small agricultural town of Contra Costa 
county. It has a population of about 600. 



BROWN JOHN & CO, Liquors 

CARPENTER D S. Justice of Peace 
CONDIE JOHN, Clavton hotel 

CURRY J, Liverv stable 
LAIBER A KELLER, Butchers 
Nottingham M F, blacksmith 
PRATT A L, Teacher 
Rapp Jacob, brewery 
Rhine Charles, gen mdse and postmaster 
RHINE JACOB, Propr Rhine's hotel 
WEIR A, Blacksmith 



Cloverdale, 

SONOMA COUNTY, 

The terminus of the San Francisco and 
North Pacific railroad. A flourishing little 
place; also the point at which the stages 
are taken for the Geysers, a very popular 
resort for tourists. 



Abraham C, general merchandise 

Andrews Rev W P, clergyman, (Methodist) 

Atherton Rev J W, clergyman, (Congregl) 

Barnett J R, feed stable 

Bates P, hotel and saddler 

BOGGS J O, Druggist and physician 

Brush D C, justice of peace 

Brush W T, saloon 

Carrie J H, general merchandise 

CENTENNIAL WAREHOUSE, 

J F Hoadley proprietor, cor Lake and 

Mulberrv 

CITY HOTEL AND RESTAU- 
RANT, C W Smith proprietor 
Cloverdale brewery 

CLOVERDALE HOTEL, M Meni 

ban proprietor 
CLOVERDALE NEWS, W S 

Walker .proprietor 
Coomes A M, physician 
Crigler W E & Son, groceries 
Davis G V, livery stable 
Davis J B & Co, butchers 
Dixon John, saloon 

Field &, Phillips, real estate and collection 
agents 

GERKHARDT II F, Proprietor 

United States hotel and saloon 
GETZ M, Proprietor Northern stage line 



Grant G, blacksmith 

Haupt J, tinsmith 

Haupt Julius, stoves and tinware 

Hoadley J F, lumber yard. 

Hooke S, bootmaker 

Hunziker G, watckmaker and jeweler 

Kerns & Walker, livery stable 

Levy J, general merchandise 

Linville B & Son, general merchandise 

Linville J A, postmaster 

Livernash J H, furniture 

MENIHAN M, Propr Cloverdale hotel 

MORGAN D B, Justice of the Peace, 

Notary Public and Insurance agent 
Muntz J, bootmaker 
Newcomb & Burk, horseshoers 
NORTHERN COAST STAGE 

LINE, M Getz proprietor 
PHILLIPS CHARLES, Attorney 
Schwartz M, general merchandise 
SHAW J E, Hardware and groceries; 

agent Wells, Fargo & Co 
Shipley R J, real estate 
Shores J M, constable 
Shrewsbury Miss N A, mill'y & fancy goods 
Sissengood John, feed stable 
SMITH C W, Proprietor City hotel 

and restaurant 
Smith Q C, physician 
Spurr D F, attorney-at-law 
UNITED STATES HOTEL, H F 

Gerkhardt jpropr, cor West and Second 
Waite W N, blacksmith 
WALKER W S, "Cloverdale News" 
Williams S W, produce 



Colfax, 

PLACEB COUNTY, 

A neat-looking little town, 54 miles above 
Sacramento, on the Central Pacific rail- 
road; also, junction of Central Pacific 
railroad and Nevada county Narrow-gauge 
railroad, which connects it with Grass Val- 
ley and Nevada City. Has a population 
of 1,200, and is a shipping point for a large 
section. 

ALLEN «fc HARRIS, Market 
BENJAMIN WILLIAM, Harness 

and saddles 
BLANCHMARIE L G de, Liquors 
COLFAX ENTERPRISE, Ben 

Frank & Co, proprs 
Culver J A, blacksmith and wagonmaker 
CURLEY & MAHON, Eating house 

and liquors 
Davenport J A, liquors 
FARRELL WILLIAM, Bakery, 

restaurant and varieties 
Fawcett George H, hairdresser 
FRANK BEN <fc CO, Proprietors 

" Colfax Enterprise " 



Rarest selections of Jewelry, Watches, etc., in the State at H. Wachhorst's, 79 J st. Sao. 



Daily Evening Post, S. F M aFirst-class Family Paper; characterized by Freshness & Vigor. 



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HAYFORD, HIME§ & CO, Gen- 
eral merchandise 

Hitchings John, gunsmith 

Jones Rev Seneca, clergyman, (Methodist) 

KECK JACOB, General merchandise 

Kuenzley Jacob, agt W U Tel Co 

Leeds J D, candy, nuts, etc 

EE EDS E D, Liquors and billiards 

LOBXER E, Drygoods and clothing 

Lobner Morris, agt CPE R, and NCNG 

JLord T J, Pacific livery stable 

Manuell Mathew, propr Temperance house 

McCarty John, bootmaker 

McCULLOUGH G B, Carpenter; 
lumber, doors and sash dealer 

Mishler Martin & Co, market 

MURPHY B, Liquors and billiards 

NEFF J H, Superintendent Rising Sun 
Mining Company 

Nickell G W, groceries 

PEANK ASA, Proprietor Colfax Ex- 
change hotel 

RHODES E C, Physician, druggist 
and varieties 

Saunders H C, hairdresser 

SMITH JAMES, Gunsmith and ma- 
chinist 

STOREY W B, Agent Wells, Fargo & 

Co; Notary Public and News Agent 
Traphagen N RD, postmaster and druggist 
Wales H, agent A and P Tel Co 
Webster E, liquors 



Colusa, 

COLUSA COUNTY, 

The largest town and the county seat 
of Colusa county, is a thriving and pros- 
perous place, situated in the upper Sacra- 
mento valley. The growth of the town 
has been slow but sure, and there are still 
good openings for enterprising business- 
men. Being situated in one of the finest 
agricultural districts of the State, its re- 
sources are therefore of the most substan- 
tial character. Its population numbers 
2,500, and to the youth of the community 
the educational facilities are excellent. 



Adair Chas H, physician, (eclectic) 

ADDINGTON «& GREEN, proprs 
"Colusa Sun", cor Market and Sixth 

ALLEN S H, Agent Pacific Ice Co, Cor- 
oner and Public Administrator 

ARNOLD D H, Sheriff and Tax Col- 
lector, Courthouse 

ARNOEB J T, City Marshall, Market 

BAKER SAM I EE, Justice of the 
Peace, cor Market and Sixth; livery 
stable, cor Market and Eighth 

Bel ton Wm H, physician 

BEYIEEE W T, County Assessor, 
Courthouse 

Bicknell Thos, furniture 



BISHOP S M, County Clerk, Record- 
er and Auditor 
Bobst T S, watchmaker and jeweler 
BOEDEFIELD JOSEPH, Cloth- 
ing, boots, shoes, bats and furnish- 
ing goods. 

BONO ANDREW, Liquors and 

bowling alley, Fifth 
BONO BROS, proprs National hotel, 
Main 

Brassfield W H, constable 
Breadon James, carriage painter 
BROOKS G G, Cigars, tobacco, sta- 
tionery, candy, nuts, guns, cutlery, etc 
Brower J, wagonmaker 
Brower & Reed, proprs Pacific windmills 
Brown Justin, liquors 
BENDY J H, Physician, (Eclectic) 
Carpenito Louis, liquors and restaurant 
Cheney John, livery stable, Fifth & Market 
Clavbtirgh M, drygoods, clothing 
CO EE INS WM R, Hairdresser 
COOK G A, Propr Eureka hotel, Main 
COEESA COENTY BANK, W P 

Harrington, cashier 
COEESA INDEPENDENT, W C 

Redfield, proprietor 
COEESA STAGE COMPANY, W 

H McClure, agent 
COEESA SEN, Addington & Green, 

proprs, cor Market and Sixth 
CROMMER C C, Propr Colusa house, 

cor Main and Fifth 
DEAN W D & CO, Lumber dealers, 

Fifth and Levee 
DEEEE J C, Attorney-at-law 
DEJARNATT J B, Real estate, 

searcher of records and accountant, 

Market 

DeJarnatt & Rich, drvgoods and groceries 

DEWEY E H, Watches and jewelry, 
cor Fifth and Market 

DOEVIEEE G H, Groceries, flour, 
feed, grain, fruit and vegetables, cor 
Market and Sixth 

Doyle J M, County Survevor 

DENEAP Mrs FRANK, Millinery 
and dressmaking, agt Butterick pat- 
terns and Bortrees duplex corset 

DENEAP JOHN, County Treasurer, 
Bank buiiding 

Entremont & Co, liquors and restaurant 

FRANK A, Merchant tailor 

FERTH J, Drygoods, clothing, grocer- 
ies and provisions 

Gage J D, flour mills 

Gilmour John, boot and shoemaker 

Goad J W, notary public and ins agt 

Goad W F, atty-at-law 

GOODHEE J-H, Furniture, bedding 
and undertaking, Main 

Gosliner & Co, drygoods clothing and gro- 
ceries 

GOVE C A, Watches, jewelry and 
hair goods 



Bradley & Rulofson have the only Elevator connected with Photography in the World. 



H. B. Burlingame's Clothing House, 146 J st. Sacramento, is a reasonable One-priced house. 



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GROTER BROS, Hardware and ag- 
ricultural implements, Main 

Hagar Geo., real estate 

Hale Thomas & Co, market 

Hamilton L E, harness and saddles 

Harrington & Frazer, attys-at-law 

HARRINGTON W*P, Cashier Co- 
lusa Countv Bank. Market 

HART A L,* Attorney-at-law 

Hart Jack, broker and real estate, Market 

HART S R, Cigars, tobacco, candy, 
nuts, cutlery, etc, cor Fifth and Market 

HART T J, Attorney-at-law 

Hatch F L, attorney-at-law 

HATCH JACKSON, Attorney-at- 
law and District Attorney 

Hemenway A, bootmaker 

HOSMER <fc CAMERON, Books, 
stationery, news, cigars, tobacco, etc 

JONES E W «fc CO, Grain and wool 
commission mchts, cor Fifth & Levee 

Jones J H. postmaster 

HESER LOUS, Harness, saddles 
and saddleryware 

Kirk S T, attorney-at-law 

Klewe & Co, Market 

LARK C E, Manager W U Tel Co and 
C L & M Tel Co 

Laux Gus, bakery 

Lee k O'Brien, liquors 

LIGHTNER «fc BENNETT, Mint 
saloon, Market 

Lopez J D, hairdresser 

MAGLIRE JOHN, Tailor 

Mann Frank T, bakerv and confectionery 

McGRATH J, Stoves, tin and hard- 
ware, paints, oils, groceries, crockery, 
etc, Fifth 

McGRATH Mrs M, Millinery and 
dressmaking; agency Demorest and 
Bazar patterns, and Weed machines; 
Fifth 

MILLER W & CO, Colusa and Ma- 
rysville, Colusa and Bartlett, Colusa 
and Williams, and Colusa and Prince- 
ton stage lines 

MITCHELL A H, Mount Hood sa- 
loon. Fifth 

MITCHELL H, Stoves, tin, hardware 
and crockery, Fifth 

Montgomery A, capitalist 

MURDOCH «& JONES, Grain and 
agricultural implements, Fifth 

Nicklesburg M & Co, drygoods, clothing 
and groceries 

O'Brien Dennis, bootmaker 

PARK WM J, Carriage and wagon- 
maker, Main 

Perdue Bros, livery stable 

PIERSON J H, Attorney-at-law and 
Justice of Peace, Market 

PROBST B, Boots and shoes, dealer 
and manufacturer 

PITMAN F M, Groceries, cor Fifth 
and J 



REDFIELB W C, propr "Colusa In- 
dependent," Fifth 

RILEY JAMES, Palace saloon, Fifth 

Riley Wm, blacksmith and gunsmith 

ROBINSON LL T KE,Phvsician, Fifth 

ROBINSON L W, County Judge, At- 
tornev-at-law, Courthouse 

ROCHE WM, Blacksmith and horse- 
shoer, Market 

SALLADY O, Fruits, candy, canned 
fruits, nuts, etc, Main 

SCHLATTER F E, Watchmaker and 
jeweler, Main 

Seube B & Co, liquors 

Smith F Z, dentist 

SMITH TARTAN, Auctioneer, Fifth 
Spaulding A P, blacksmith, 
Spittler Geo J, druggist 
STILLINGER H C, Colusa Brewery, 
Main 

STOVER «fc ATHEROEN, Drug- 
gists, Fifth 

Swank C, blacksmith and wagonmaker 

TINDALL M L, Atty-at-law, Market 

Tooley L P, physician 

Valleau Geo W. photographer 

VINCENT W A, Hairdresser and 
baths, Main 

VON DORSTEN II W, Liquors, 
clubhouse, Fifth 

Ware G W, general merchandise 

WASHBURN P L, Agent Wells Far- 
go & Co, and Fire Ins agt, Market 

WELSH P J, Stoves, tinware, crock- 
ery, groceries, etc, cor Fifth and J 

Wescott B F, liquors 

WILLEFORD W H,Groceries, fruit 

and confectionery, Fifth 
WILLIAMS JACOB,, Liquors and 

cider manufacturer, Market 
WILSON DANIEL, Liquors 
WOOD A, Liquors, Fifth 



Concord, 

CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, 

A small town with 600 inhabitants, and 
derives its support from agriculture. 



BACON S, General merchandise, Agent 
Gilpatrick express, Postmaster and 
Justice of the Peace 

Bent & Bowman, blacksmiths 

Bevert William L, liquors 

Blecher Chris, bootmaker 

Coulter B H, liquors 

Gavin Mrs Lottie, milliner 

HARTMANN E A, Watchmaker 

Hernandez Joaquin, groceries 

Kline P, hotel 

LORINti H. Mount Diablo hotel 
MARTINEZ IGNACIO N, Barber 
MORENO L F, Harness maker 
Murphy B, agt W U Tel Co 



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NEUSTEADTERB, General mer- 
chandise 
Parker S, liquors 
Prez Francisco, liquors 
Reif Charles, liquors and hall 
Sanford & Mahoney, livery stable 
Seal Bluff Warehouse Co, Paul Lohse secy 



Davisville, 

YOLO COUNTY, 

The junction at which the California Pa- 
cific railroad branches off for Woodland 
and Knight's Landing, has a population 
of 600, and distant from San Francisco 73 
miles and from Sacramento 13 miles. 



Parker W R, telegraph operator 

BASSETT CHARLES W, Agent 
Central Pacific railroad 

Baughman N H, shoemaker 

BRADSHAW «& COLLINS, Black- 
smiths and wagonmakers 

Brown & Drummond, hardware and agri- 
cultural implements 

Collins A C & Co, druggists 

Crawford F G, propr Marden house and 
saloon 

Dixon & Shippy, dressmaking 

Dresbach, Bane & Co, merchandise 

DRESBACH «& CO, grain dealers 

Enos W S, butcher 

Faber William, brewery 

Ford Howard, physician 

Gafford J W, proprietor Gafford house 

Gardner M, physician and surgeon 

Gumpper John, bootmaker and saloon 

Hayden & Hanna, livery stable 

Hoag B H, general produce 

Hoffnan George, harnessmaker 

Keniff J, shoemaker 

Kinsman J A, saloon 

Marden W H, postmaster; warehouse 

Mastin S G, meat market 

Murphy T J, barber 

I'ARMETER J E, Painter 

Peters & Co, blacksmiths and wagonmakers 

Plant L J, saloon 

Powell A, lumber yard 

Rancy D, saloon 

Seibold A, baker 

TERRILL «fe WILLIAMS, General 
merchandise and grain; agents Wells, 
Fargo & Co 

THEIS A, Saloon 

Weber George, Yolo saloon 

WILSON BARNEY, Harness shop 
and boarding house 



Dixon, 

SOLANO COUNTY, 

A thriving town with a population of 900, 
situated on the California Pacific railroad, 
65 miles from San Francisco, and 21 miles 
from Sacramento. Is in the midst of a 
flourishing agricultural district. 



APPERSON J E, Cabinetmaker 
Aubertis J C, jewelry 
Aude W, liquors 

Bank of Dixon, W G Wyman cashier 

BEANE J R, Planing mill and box 
factory 

BENTON S S, Liquors 

BLUM, SONS & CO, Drygoods, 
clothing, groceries, crockery, hard- 
ware, furniture, grain, etc 

Brown R H, groceries and fruit 

BUCKLES & KELLE Y, Attorneys- 
at-law 

Cadman George, machinist and gunsmith 
Carpenter M, blacksmith and wagonmaker 
CASEY JOHN & CO, Blacksmith 

and wagonmaker 
COLBURN Mrs A F, Postmistress, 

news agency and varieties 
COLBURN <fc BLITCH, Millinery 
COTTEN J W, Land and insurance 

agent, and Notary Public 
Dempster W H, bootmaker 
Dexter Rev G M, clergyman, (Congregatl) 
DIXON TRIBUNE, R D Hop- 
kins, proprietor 
EPPINGER «& CO, Drygoods, cloth- 
ing, groceries, crockery, farm imple- 
ments, etc 

EVANS GEORGE H, Physician and 

surgeon 

Ferguson W R, drygoods, groceries, etc 
FRAHM BROTHERS, Proprietors 

City hotel 
Frazier P, liquors and boarding house 
Geimann Frederick, bootmaker 
Giesecke A, liquors and bootmaker 
Goeffert Henry, harness and saddles 
Hall William, liquors 
HAMILTON J T, Bootmaker 
Hinman W S, livery stable 
Hohmann V J, propr Empire hotel 
HOPKINS R », Proprietor "Dixon 

Tribune " 

HUSTLER «fc STORY, Druggists 

and stationers 
Hutton Edward, hairdresser and baths 
Ilgner Mrs W, dressmaker 
King George, proprietor King's hotel 
Kirby A, drugs and varieties 
KIRSCH JOHN P, Harness and 

saddles; carriage trimmer 
KOEHLER A GRUENIG, Dixon 

Bakery and liquors 



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LEAKE EDWARD E, Agt CPRR, 
W, F & Co, and Union Telegraph Co 

Leigh A H, Dixon market 

•Martin & King, liquors 

McCombs James, livery stable 

Miller James, president Bank of Dixon 

Myers S G, liquors 

VORTH J C, Stoves and tinware 

Northeutt & Boggs, market 

Petersen Mrs Anna, proprss Palace hotel 

PLUMMER PAIL, Watches, jewelry 
and smokers' articles 

POWELL A, Lumber dealer 

Pratt A H, physician 

RESSER HVKTHAXX, Dixon 
Brewery 

Ries Hc-nrv. groceries and vegetables 

SCHIRMER CHARLES, Stoves 
and tinware 

SCHMIDT HENRY, Gent's furnish- 
ing goods and liquors; tailor 

STEINBERG CARL, Liquors, and 
tailor 

STRAI B WM, Propr Arcade hotel 
Tyler & Newby, flour mills 
Upham F F, dentist 

VANS A NT JK& RRO, Groceries, 
vegetables, fruit, cigars, tobacco, etc 

WAGNER ADAM J, Hairdresser 

WEIHE EDWARD, Wines, liquors 
and cigars; wholesale and retail 

Wyman W G, cashier Bank of Dixon 



Drytown, 

AMADOR COUNTY, 

A small town with a population of 500, and 
is supported principally by mining. Dis- 
tant from Sacramento 51 miles. 



Belden C C, propr Centennial mine 
Church M B, justice of the peace 
CLEMENTS JAMES, Liquors 
GREIM GEORGE, Drygoods and 
clothing 

HENDERSON F D, Stage office and 
hotel 

Hinkson R S, livery stable 

Jennings William, gen mdse, agt W, F & 

Co, tel operator, and postmaster 
Miller D K, blacksmith 
Norman W A, physician 
Scheidmann John, shoemaker 
Silva Thomas, butcher 
Williams J, general merchandise 



Dutch Flat, 

PLACER COUNTY, 

One of the oldest mining towns in the 
State, is the largest and most important 
place in Placer county. It is no longer a 



mining camp of uncertain longevity, but a 
permanent town with a certain future. 
The same localities where once the indi- 
vidual miner built his solitary cabin, set 
hi'? stakes and washed or rocked out a 
fortune in a few weeks or months, are now 
held by large companies made up of capi 
talists, or, as in the case of Alvinza Hay 
ward, owned by men of immense wealth 
Improvements are continually being made 
in and about the place. The latest addi 
tion to the many good and even handsome 
buildings is the school-house, which for 
commodiousness and beauty has not an 
equal outside ol the large cities. A well 
edited independent newspaper, the "Fo- 
rum," is issued Thursday of every week 
The population is estimated at 2,000. 



ANDERSON HANS, Liquors 

ARNOLD L R, Attorney-at law 
RARRETT C A, Stationery, news and 
varieties 

RERG AUGUST, Watches and jewelry 

BOER HERMAN, Liquors 

Bordwell J R, stage line 

Brown C J, attorney-at-law 

CAROT GEO C, Accountant with Ce- 
dar Creek Gold Mine and Water Co 

COHEN G <fc BROS, Drygoods, car- 
pets, clothing, wallpaper, boots and 
shoes, etc 

Colgrove L R, livery stable and depot hack 

Cook W S, insurance agency . 

Davis Abraham, liquors 

DAY Mrs H H, Millinery 

Disque Henry & Co, agent CPRR and 

genera] merchandise, depot 
Dunn J F, liquors 

DUTCH FLAT FORUM, Mcin- 
tosh & Winders, proprietors 
ELIE JOSEPH, Bootm^Ker 
Faller John R, liquors, depot 
Fish Rev J B, clergyman, (Methodist) 
Gardner M S, capitalist 
Granger G H, liquors 
HAGMAN N A, Liquors 
Haller W, watchmaker and jeweler 
HALSEY GEO M, Blacksmith and 

wagonmaker 
Higbee J O, groceries 
Hillhouse W H, hardware 
Hoos F C, liquors 
Hoos John F, bootmaker 
Hoskin Richard, pipe manufacturer 
Hudepohl H Rudolph, drygoods, clothing 
Jacobs & Colman, drygoods, clothing, etc 
Jameson & Brinkmann, barbers 
Jim Tong Sing, Chinese goods 
Johnson Austin, harnessmaker " 
JONES J T, Druggist and apothecary 
KOPP C M, Central market 
LAPIERRE T A, Hairdresser 
LEPPER OLIVER, Bootmaker and 
dealer 



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LINDSTEOT A II, Restaurant 

Ll'PLl'M T B, Manager Cedar Creek 
Gold Mines and Water Co 

Maker G S, groceries, crockery & hardware 

MALLOWS <fc VOIGHT, Proprie- 
tors Dutch Flat hotel 

MARTIN N, Physician 

MeCLURE E L, Banker and Agent 
Wells, Fargo & Co, and Manager of 
Western Union Telegraph Co 

McINTOSH «fc WINDERS, Pro- 
prietors Dutch Flat "Forum" 

Merrall Rev J H, clergyman, (Congregl) 

Michell Wm, brewery 

NICHOLS T J, Insurance agency 

Nichols W & P, bankers 

Perry Albert, gunsmith and painter 

Peters J, justice of peace 

Rablin John, liquors 

RI X( KEL J H, Groceries & bakery 

SECORO LUKE, Constable and Col- 
lector; Deputy Sheriff 

SHARON W A, Propr Placer hotel 

SMART D E, Postmaster; news agent; 
cigars, tobacco and varieties 

Sparks Charles, blacksmith 

St Clair L P, market ■ 

SWENSSON «fc CHADWICK, 
Groceries, crockery, furniture, etc 

TABOR E, Water Cure 

TO WEE BROS «& CO,Lumber Man- 
ufacturers and dealers 

Weeks C S, liquors 

Wilson M W, Dentist and physician 



East Oakland, 



See following Oakland. 



Elk G-rove, 

SACRAMENTO COUNTY, 

A town on the C. P. R. R., about 15 miles 
from Sacramento, is in a flourishing state, 
and fast assuming an aspect of consider- 
able importance to the agricultural district 
in its immediate vicinity. It has within a 
year past erected several new public build- 
ings, while more are in contemplation. 



Bowers L, warehouse 

Boyington & Wilder, livery stable 

Boyington & Theobald, saloon 

Cartellon J, blacksmith and wagonmaker 

Blugston William, telegraph operator 

Dodge W A, dentist 

Davis M H, proprietor Railroad hotel 

Hill B & Bro, flour and planing mills 

Kent W H, telegraph operator 

Kirkland Rev R, clergyman, (Methodist) 

Longenecker A J, tinner and hardware 

Martin S, meat market 



McINTRYE Mrs JENNIE, Elk 

. Grove hotel 
MEW Mrs, 'Dressmaker and milliner 

Parker & Son, harness and saddles 

Stewart — , carpenter 

Shoalk J, blacksmith 

Whittick — , painter and grainer 

Kerr Harvey, wine manufacturer 

Kelley G R, physician 



Eureka, 

HUMBOLDT COUNTY, 

The county seat and largest town of Hum- 
boldt county, is situated in an unsur- 
passed farming and lumber district, 247 
miles northwest of San Francisco, on Hum- 
boldt bay. Its supports are agriculture 
and lumber. During the year 1876, 75,- 
000,000 feet of lumber were shipped from 
this place. It has a population of 5,000. 



Abrahams L, clothing, etc, Monroe block 

ALRUTZ JOHN, Liquors, F, bet Sec- 
ond and Third 

AMERICAN BAKERY, Gunther & 
Haensel proprs, E, bet Second & Third 

ARNOLD I J, Bootmaker, E, bet Third 
and Fourth 

Axe Fred, postmaster. Second, bet G and H 

BAIRB «& VANCE, Com mchts and 
agts str "Humboldt," City wharf 

Baldwin & Mercer, saddlery, etc, Second 

Barman H, gen mdse, cor Second and F 

BARNUM G N, Liquors, F, bet First 
and Second 

BARRY «& MAGILLICI I>DY, 
Liquors, First, bet E and F 

BART LETT E B, Eureka Machine- 
shop, First, between D and E 

Baskerville — , barbershop, cor Sec & H 

BAY HOTEL, Stillman Daby propr, 
cor Third and E 

BELL FRED W, Wholesale and re- 
lail liquors, Monroe block 

Bigelow & Robinson, blacksmiths, horse- 
shoers, and plowmakers, E 

BISHOP «& FISHER (Mrs) Dress- 
makers, cor Third and F 

BONSTELL W T, Books, stationery, 
musical instmts, Second betE and F 

BRETT R W. Liquors, cor Fifth & E 

BRISSLEY «fe MARSHALL, Liq- 
uors, cor First and F 

Brown Bros, shipwrights, F, nr City whf 

BUCK S M, Attorney-at-law, SE cor 
Second and H 

BUCK * McKINSTRY, Attorneys- 
at-law, SE cor Second and H 

BUHNE H II «fe CO, Hardware, 
tools and agricultural implements, 
First, bet E and F 

Bull J C, jr, Sheriff, Courthouse 

Cabaniss T T, physician, Third, bet F & G 



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Cabaniss Thomas T, physician and sur- 
geon, Second, bet G and F 

CAHILL GEORGE, Merchant tailor, 
Vance block 

CAMPBELL ALEXANDER, Liq- 
uors, Second, bet F and G 

Carr John & Co, carriagemaker and black- 
smith, cor Second and D 

Carson William, prest Humboldt County 
Bank, E, bet Second and Third 

CHADD R V, Publisher " The Stan- 
dard," First, bet E and F 

CHAMPLL\ T <fc McCOLLOI, 
Wholesale liquors, E, bet Second and 
Third 

CHARLESTON A «fc CO, Furniture 

and bedding, cor F and Third 
Chope A & Sons, blacksmiths and carriage- 
makers, Second, bet D and E 
CHRISTEXSON C, Cigars and to- 
bacco, Second, bet E and F 
Clipper ton W H, publisher "The Age" 
Coleman James M, barber, Second 
Collins (tharles, liquors, First, bet D & E 
CO\ T AR «fc THOMPSON, Liquors 

and restaurant, cor E and First 
Cooper Solomon, Receiver U S Land Office 
County Courthouse, Second, bet J and K 
CROSBY C F, Cigars and tobacco, 

Vance block 
CRIMBAIGH <fc LANE, Liquors, 

First, bet F and G 
CUTLER & TAYLOR, Wholesale 
and retail groceries, liquors and pro- 
duce; agtsstr " Pelican," cor First &D 
DABY STILLMAN, Proprietor Bay 

hotel, cor Third and E 
DAVIS <fc HORN, Stoves and tinware; 
Howe sewing machines, and house fur- 
nishing, cor Third and F 
DEAN GEORGE, Groceries, E, bet 

Second and Third 
De Martin L, proprietor Lick house 
Devlin C L, boots and shoes, Second 
DICKSON R B, Attorney-at-law, 

Vance block 
Dieser Mrs Johanna, cigars and tobacco 
DIXON & WETMORE, Eureka 

Laundry, First, bet D and E 
DOLLISON «fc DART, Real estate 
and loan agents, Second, bet E and F 
DOLLISON J K, Notary Public, Sec- 
ond, bet E and F 
DEN PHY T E, Liquors, cor Third & E 
Dwver Mrs J W, millinery and drygoods 
EGER WILLIAM, Gun and lock- 
smith, Second, bet F and G 
ELLIS B «fc CO, Dry and fancy goods, 
clothing, boots & shoes, cor Second & G 
EUREKA BAKERY, Sang & Tup- 

per proprietors, Second, bet G & H 
FAIRFIELD C C, Agent Ferndale and 

Areata stage line, Monroe block 
FAIRFIELD «fc FLEMING, Liq- 
uors, Monroe block 



FASHION LIVERY STABLE, 

McCann & Co proprs, cor Second & H 
FERRIER DAVID, Carriage paint- 
er, cor Second and D 
FINCH W R, Gunsmith and machinist, 

E, between Third and Fourth 
Fitzell Joseph, dry and fancy goods 
Flaglor A P, photographer, Second 
FOSTER S B. Physician and surgeon, 

cor Second and H 
Freese J W, dentist, Second, bet G and F 
FRUCHTNICHT J, "Our Corner" 

saloon, cor D and First 
Gall John J, restaurant, cor First and G 
Gallagher M F, barber, G, bet First & Sec 
Gates D V, phvsician, cor Second and F 
GATES O J, Dentist, cor Second andH 
GIFFIN GEORGE, Liquors and res- 
taurant. First, bet E and D 
GORDON DAVID E, Publisher and 
editor "West Coast Signal," cor Sec- 
ond and E 
GROSS R, Phvsician and surgeon, cor 
Second and F; res Third, bet F and G 
GUNTHER «fc HAENSEL, Bakery, 

E, bet Secqnd and Third 
Haswell C S, clergyman, (Methodist) 
Haynes J P, District Judge, Courthouse 
Herrick I B, liquors, cor First and F 
Herrick R F, County Surveyor, Courthouse 
Hilder Charles, cabinetmaker, F 
Hitchcock Rev A F. clergvman, (Congtl) 
HOLT CHAS II, Agent Steamer "Co- 

quille," foot of D 
Home Louis, propr Russ house 
HOWARD E H, Attorney-at-law and 

Police Judge, Second, bet F and G * 
HUDSON J W T , Upholsterer, Second, 

bet E and F 
Humboldt Academy, Fourth, bet F and G 
HUMBOLDT COUNTY^ BANK, 
Wm Carson, President; W M Hun- 
toon, Sec & Cashr, E bet Second & Third 
HUMBOLDT TIMES, Daily and 
weekly, J E and W H Wyman, pub- 
lishers, cor Third and F 
Huntley & McLaughlin, liquors, 
Huntoon W M, secretary and cashier of 

Humboldt County Bank 
JACKSON CHAS, General merchan- 
dise, cor I and Second 
Janssen E & Co, general merchandise 
Jones D R & Co, lumber mills 
Jones Walter F, attorney-at-law 
Jones Warren, candy, fruits, etc, F 
JOHNSON PETER, Saloon, E, bet 

First and Second 
Johnston W H, stoves and tinware 
Kendall, Devoy & Clow, liverv stable 
KEVOY JOHN, Cigars," tobacco, va- 
rieties and fruits, First, bet E and F 
KIMBALL JOHN H, Justice of the 
Peace, Coroner and ex-officio Public 
Administrator, office, Kimball's block 
KING SETH A, Liquors, Second, bet 



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KINGSTON HARRY, Commision 

merchant, grain and produce, D 
KOBELT LOUIS, Saddle and car- 
riage trimmings and harnessmaker, 
Second, bet D and E 
Kortzian Valentine, fruits and varieties 
LANIGAlf T J, Eureka foundry, Fir st, 

bet D and E 
LEY F A, Watchmaker and jeweler, cor 

Second and E 
Lick House, L DeMartin, proprietor 
Loewenthal Jacob, clothing, cor Second &E 
LONG C W, Livery and boarding sta- 
ble, northwest cor Second and E 
LONGFELLOW B L, Proprietor 

Vance hotel, Second 
Madronick F & Co, liquors and restaurant 
Manning Patrick, boarding house, First 
Manzey H G-, physician, cor Second and F 
MARTIN FRANK H, Barber shop, 

F, bet Second and Third 
Mateson William, cigars and tobacco, First 
MATHEWS JAMES E, News depot, 
books & varietties, F bet Second &Third 
Maurice D W & Co, watchmrs, Vance blk 
ME AO «fe STRONG, (Mrs Lucy E 
Mead and Miss Sarah E Strong), Mil- 
liners, dressmakers and drygoods, cor 
E and Third 
Mentz H, drugs and books, cor First & G 
MILLER CARL, Watchmaker and 

jeweler, cor Second and H 
Miller, SAveasy & Co, stage lines, 
MILLIGAN BROS, Blacksmiths'and 

horseshoers, City wharf 
MeCANN, BAKER «& CO, Livery 

• stable, cor Second and H 
McCarthy Daniel, liquors, First, betD&E 
McCarthy Jeremiah, bootmaker, First 
McCarthy Thomas, bootmaker, 
McCown J C, clothing, Second, bet F &G 
McCOY A C, Liquors, First, bet E & F 
McKay Geo J, druggist, Vance block 
McKAY «fc CO, Occidental Mills, cor 

First and B 
McKENNA JAMES, Fruits and va- 
rieties, F, bet Second and Third 
McKENNA W J, County Clerk and 

Recorder, Courthouse 
McKINSTRY A, Attorney-at-law SE 

cor Second and H 
McLaren Wm J, bootmaker, First 
McNally & Hook, liquors, cor First and E 
McNamara & Kinsey, clothing, Second 
MONROE A, Wholesale liquors, E, 
bet Second and Third, Monroe block 
MORGAREIDGE A KIMBALL, 

Groceries, cor Third and F 
MORRISON WILLIAM S, Liq- 
uors and restaurant, First, bet F & G 
MULLIN E J, Watchmaker and jew- 
eler, Second, bet E and F 
OCCIDENTAL MILLS, (Lumber), 
McKay & Co proprs, cor First and B 
I and J 



OHLER «& SIMPSON, Carpenters 
and builders, cor Third and D 

OHM ANN I, Stoves and tinware, Sec- 
ond, bet F and G 

OTTO JOSEPH, Bootmaker, E, bet 
Second and Third 

PETERSON FERD,Merchant tailor, 
E, bet Third and Fourth 

Peterson & Hogan, restaurant 

PIERCE WALTER, Undertaker, 
Second, bet G-and H 

PRATT WILLIAM H, Furniture, 
bedding and house furnishing, SWcor 
Second and F 

PUNDT PETER, Liquors, cor Second 
and H 

PURSER SPENCER, Paperhanger 

and painter, Fifth, bet E and F 
RANDALL A W, Real estate agt and 

Notary Public, Second, bet E and F 
Reilinger Henry, cigars, etc, cor F & First 
REVERE HOUSE, Mrs F Tomlinson 

proprietress, First, bet E and F 
RICHARDSON CHARLES, Man- 
ufacturer doors, blinds and building 

material, cor Third and B 
RICHARDSON A KENDALL, 

Barbershop, E, bet Second and Third 
Ricks Thomas F, livery stable 
Roberts Charles F, Register U S Land 

Office, cor Third and F 
Rohner & Ellery, gen mdse, cor Sec & G 
ROTERMUND BROS, Carriage- 
makers and blacksmiths, E, bet Third 

and Fourth 
ROUSE O T, Proprietor South Park 

race track, Clark's addition 
Rowle W H, proprietor Finsom house, E 
Russ House, Louis Home propr, First 
Russ J & Co, lumber manfs, Second, bet E 

and F; factory Indian Island 
Russ Joseph, wholesale butcher 
RYAN JAMES, Merchant tailor, F, 

bet First and Second 
Ryan Josephine, millinerv and drygoods 
SANG <fc TUPPER, Bakery, Second, 

bet G and H 
Sawtelle A L, saloon and restaurant 
SCHMIDT JOHN C, Barbershop, 

First, bet F and G 
Schuchert P, bootmaker, First, bet F & G 
Scott D C, County Treasurer, Courthouse 
Sheldon Rev H B, clergyman, (Methodist) 
Smilev J C, painter, F, bet Third & Fourth 
SNOW «fc CO, Drygoods, clothing,boots 

and shoes, Second, bet D and E 
Southmavde John L, butcher, F 
SOUTH PARK RACE TRACK, 

. O T Rouse, propr, Clark's addition 
Stafford C G, County Judge, Courthouse 
STANDARD THE DAILY, R V 

Chadd publisher, First, bet E & F 
Stocker Max, painter, Second, bet C andD 
STINSON J H, Attorney-at-law, cor 

Second and H 



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SWEASEY IV J A SON, Groceries, 
crockery, doors, blinds and building 
material, cor Second and G- 

SWIXXERTOK J O, Attorney-at- 
law and City Attorney, Vance block 

Tavlor & Heney, groceries, Second 

TAYLOR ME S, Groceries, clothing, 
boots, shoes, etc, E, bet Third & Fourth 

THE AGE daily, W H Clipperton 
editor, cor Second and F 

THOMPSON WILDER » «fc CO, 
Groceries, cor E and Third 

TOMLLYSOX JIrs F, Proprietor 
Revere House, First, bet E and F 

TOMEIIVSOJr THOMAS, Furni- 
ture, carpeting and bedding, cor E and 
Second 

YAYCE HOTEL, B L Longfellow 
proprietor, cor Second and G 

Vance John, lumber mills, cor First & G 

YESELICH S A CO, Restaurant, 
First, bet E and F 

WAIT <fc LITHER, Butchers, E, 
bet Third and Fourth 

Wallace William, Assessor, Courthouse. 

WALSH THOJIAS, General mer- 
chandise, cor First and E 

Watson John A, collector and real estate 
agent, Second bet E and F 

WECK F A, Wholesale and retail 
druggist and dealer in books and 
stationery; insurance agent; agent 
Wells, Fargo & Co, cor Second & F 

WEST COAST SIGNAL, Daily 
and weekly, David E Gordon publisher 
and editor, cor Second and E 

Whalen John, boarding, cor Third and C 

Windier Louis, liquors, Second bet F and G 

WRIGHT ARTHUR A, Liquors 
and billiards, Vance house 

W¥HA1 J E A W H, publishers 
"Humboldt Times," and steam book 
and job printers, cor Third and F 



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Fairfield, 

SOLANO COUNTY, 

County seat of Solano county, situated on 
the California Pacific railroad, 46 miles 
from San Francisco, and 1 mile from 
Suisun. 

Bock C F, liquors 

(■HANDLER T H, County Kecorder 
Donaldson J W, machinist 
Dunn Alexander, County Surveyor 
GOODWIN B H, Blacksmith and 

wagon maker 
GREGORY JOHN M, County Judge 

and attorney-at-law 
HARVEY J A, Countv Clerk 
HOOPER THOMAS P. County 

Auditor and telegraph operator 
JONES JOHN M, Under Sheriff 
JOYCE THOMAS, Proprietor Fair- 
field hotel 

LAMONT GEORGE A, Attorney- 
at-law 

LEMON J B, County Treasurer and 

Tax Collector 
Maxwell John C , Agent Cal Pacific railroad 
McDERMOTT Mrs L. Boarding 

house. 

MCDONALD JOHN, Liquors and 
hotel 

McRENNA JOSEPH, Attorney-at- 
law 

Plant H T, hotel 

WELLS «& COGHLAN, Attorneys- 
at-law 

Wendell J F, attorney-at-law and District 
Attorney 

W5LLISTON JOHN E, Sheriff 
WOODS JOHN, County Assessor 
Yost E K, livery stable 



Folsom, 

SACBAMENTO COUNTY, 

Is situated on the American river, 22 miles 
northeast of Sacramento, and connected 
with that place by the S. V. R. E. 
The local trade of the lower portion of 
Placer and Eldorado counties is chiefly 
carried here. North and east of the town 
extensive mines are carried on, while 
south and west agriculture is the feature 
of the country, the branch of viniculture 
receiving the most interest. 



Adams & Phillips, painters, Sutter 
Addison Stephen, lumber 
ANDERSON H, Justice of the Peace, 
Sutter 

Bates B F, dentist, Sutter 



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Burnhara J H, druggist, Sutter 

Brown John O, hardware, Sutter 

Cohn S, groceries, Sutter 

BALL M, Railroad saloon and res- 
taurant 

Dealv N, Deputy Assessor 

DONLEY HENRY, Livery stable, 
Sutter 

Durant F C, physician and surgeon 
Ecklon & Gable, granite, Market 
ENGESSER FHILIPP, Liquors 
Farmer W M, blacksmith, Sutter 
Fiel Mrs J, variety store, Sutter 
FOLSOM TELEGRAPH, Mrs 

John F Howe, Proprietress 
Francois Lemblet, barber, Sutter 
Fuller R A, propr Central hotel, Sutter 
Groesbecke Theodore, barber, Sutter 
HALEN A, Superintendent Natoma 

fruit dryer 

HAM I ETON Mrs K, American 

Exchange hotel 
Hempel G, physician 
Heublien L, harnessmaker, Sutter 
Houston J W & Co, bowling alley, liquors 

and oysters, Sutter 
HOWE" Mrs JOHN F, Proprietress 

Folsom "Telegraph" 
HUMPHREY JAMES, Grocer and 

produce dealer; general news agent; 

manager Western Union Telegraph 

Company, and lesee Natoma granite 

quarries, Sutter 
Hyman J, dry goods and clothing, Sutter 
Joerger L, shoemaker, Sutter 
Johnson W F, master mechanic SVEE shp 
KAY SAME EE, Lumber 
KIMBLE WILLIAM O, Constable 
Kinuey Joseph, agent S V R R and tele- 
graph operator 
Knight Henry T, Supt Natoma Water and 

Mining Co 
Levy Edward R, liquors, Sutter 
Lewis O C, attorney-at-law 
McNamee Frank, groceries, Sutter 
Meredith J S, druggist, Sutter 
MILGATE WILLIAM, Barley 

grinding 

Miller J, furniture & undertaker, Sutter 
Palmer C T H, banker, and agent Wells, 

Fargo & Co 
Rignev P. liquors 

ROTHE JOHN, blacksmith, Sutter 
Shannon John, constable and saloon, 
Sutter 

SHAW JOHN, Carpenter 

Small B F, blacksmith 

Smith J H, flour, grain, groceries 

STROBEL WILLIAM A, Livery 

stable, Sutter 
SU RGES J H, Watchmaker, Sutter 
Yager Peter, brewery, Sutter 
Zimmerman Charles, shoemaker and 

liquors, Sutter 



Gait, 

SACKAMEXTO CUUXTY. 

Is a freight and passenger station on the 
C. P. R. R., 27 miles south of Sacramento. 
It is connected by stage with lone City, 
Jackson, Sutter Creek, Amador, Mokel- 
umne Hill, and Calaveras Big Trees 



Atehinson A J, restaurant 

Bremer George, barber 

BREWSTER BROS, General mer- 
chandise 

Dunen Edward, blacksmith 

Edwards G S, blacksmith and wagon- 
maker 

Evans Evan, blacksmith 

Ferguson James, carpenter 

Fugett Richard, poultrv 

HARVEY € W/ Proprietor Briggs 
house 

HARVEY DR O, Physician 
Jenks G W, physician and surgeon 
Lock Jackson, saloon 

McKinstrv & Howard, livery & feed stable 
NIGHBERT THOMAS, Saloon 
NORTON & BOTIMORE, Gait 

meat market 
TINKER I> B, Agent C P R R, Wells, 

Fargo & Co, and stage line 
Whitaker & Ray, general merchandise 
Wiedrner John, harness and bootmaker 



Georgetown, 

EL DOEADO COUNTY, 

A small mining town of El Dorado 
county, is situated in the Sierra Nevadas, 
and is distant from San Francisco 173 
miles. Although the town has for some 
years been laboring under disadvantages 
attendant upon the failure of the mines, 
there has apparently been a reaction and 
the town is putting on a more prosperous 
appearance. Its chief resources are its 
mines. Population 2,000. 



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Ashton John, liquors 

Barker C, shoemaker 

Bemler C, hairdresser 

Bundshuh R, proprietor Mountain 
change hotil 

Creaue W K, propr American hotel 

CALIFORNIA WATER COM- 
PANY, E R Pease, superintendent 

CRAWFORD E L, Photographer, 
and editor "Georgetown Gem" 

Dains H M, undertaker 

Elliott Rev , pastor M E church 

Francais & Smeder, butchers 

Fuller H H, liverv stable 



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Fitzgerald C M, telegraph operator 
HULL R A, Secretary Cal Water Co 
Jackson & Thomas, groceries & provisions 
Jerrett D, prov sions and drygoods 
JONES CHAS, General Agent Calif or- 

nia Water Co 
Leboeuf T, blacksmith 
Lewis & Houchins, proprs Georgetown and 

Auburn stage line 
Morgan Matt, liquors 
McGonagle, propr Pioneer hotel 
Nagler Chas, drygoods 
Noble B, lumber dealer 
Orelli A, liquors 
Pritckard J M, insurance agency 
Schwartz D, restaurant and bakery 
Shepherd B F, druggist and postmaster 
Smith Wm, proprietor Georgetown and 

Placerville stage line 
Sornberger & Lane, groceries, hardware 

and agts W, F & Co 
Spencer C G, physician 
Sueder L, painter and paperhanger 
Wales J, shoemaker 

WATSON «fc JONES, Drygoods and 

clothing 
Wentworth N,' butcher 
Williams, merchant tailor 



G-ilroy, 

SANTA CXAKA COUNTY. 

Is 81 miles southeast of San Francisco, with 
a population of about 3,500, and an agricul- 
tural town of some importance. It is the 
station for Gilroy Hot Springs, a pleasant 
resort. A branch of the Southern Pacific 
railroad also runs from here to Hollister 
and Tres Pinos. 

Anderson J G, stoves & tinware, Monterey 
Baillaige A P, market, Monterey 
BAIil>A('€I S, Hairdresser, Monterey 
Bassignano Victor, cigars, tobacco, candy, 

nuts, etc, Monterey 
Bennett George E, market, Monterey 
Blanchon John, liquors, Monterey 
BRA NN AN WILLIAM, Livery and 
feed stable, cor Sixth and Eigleberry 
BREH9I PETER, Hairdresser, Mon- 
terey 

BRIGGS «& CO, Dry goods, clothing, 
groceries, hardware, crockery, etc, cor 
Monterey and Old Gilroy 

Brown Mrs M, groceries & fruit, Monterey 

Cantrowitz H & Bro, drygoods and cloth- 
ing, Monterey 

Carter James E, liquors, Monterey 

Cobb B, boots and shoes, Monterey 

Cohn P, tailor, Monterey 

CONSOLIDATED TOBACCO 
COMPANY, J D Culp, General 
Superintendent, Monterey 



Cory Mrs J H, sewing machines and dress- 
making, Monterey 
Cupich Nick, chophouse, Monterey 
Dannenbaum & Loupe, drygoods and 

clothing, Monterey 
Dowdy Perrv, justice of the peace, Martin 
DRYDEJf & VAUGHN, Proprie- 
tors Gilroy " Advocate," Monterey 
Einfalt & Hoslinger, boots and shoes, 
Monterey 

Eisner M, cigars and tobacco, Monterey 
Emlay Bros, harness & saddles, Monterey 
Eustice George, blacksmith and wagon- 
maker, cor Sixth and Eigleberry 
Eyselee A, hairdresser & baths, Monterey 
FARLEY C K, Physician, Martin 
Farmer E H, blacksmith and wagonma- 

ker, Old Gilroy 
Fitzgerald Bros & Hines, livery stables, 
Monterey 

GALES J M «fc CO, Liquors, Mon- 
terey 

GILROY ADVOCATE, Dryden & 

Vaughn proprietors, Monterey 
GILROY INDEPENDENT, S L 

Maxwell, proprietor 
Graef Budolph, bootmaker, Monterey 
Hay Alexander, flour mills, Monterey 
Hersey George E, cashier Bank of Gilroy, 

Monterey 

Higgins Miss M, dressmaking, Monterey 
Hilton Charles, blacksmith and horse- 

shoer, cor Monterey and Sixth 
HINMAN A G, Constable and City 

Marshal 

Hoey P F, attorney-at-law, Martin 
HOLLINGBERY W, Merchant tai- 
lor, Monterey 
HOOVER W W, Attorney-at-law, 
Fifth 

HORNBACK CHARLES, Agent 

S P B B, depot 
HOWARD VOLNEY, Beal estate 

and insurance agent, Fifth 
Hoxett & Weymouth, groceries and bakery, 

Monterey 
Huber D, physician 

Hunter Bev H D, clergyman (Methodist) 
Hunter M E, watches, jewelry, books and 

stationery, Moncerey 
INGHAM J «fc SON, House, car- 
riage and sign painters, Martin 
Isaacs & Bloom, clothing, Monterey 
Johnson J B, photographer, Monterey 
KIDDEY BILLY, Liquors, Mon- 
terey 

KNIGHT J M, Cashier Consolidated 
Tobacco Company, Monterey 

KORELL J, Bakery and liquors, Mon- 
terey 

LASSA RICHARD, Liquors, Mon- 
terey 

Legler Simon, boarding and liquors 
Lennon M, groceries. Monterey 
LINDSEY W E, Marble wks, Martin 



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LOEH I J «fc CO, Dry goods, cloth- 
ing, groceries, crockery, etc; farm im- 
plements and furniture, Monterey 

LOVE MERRITT, Proprietor Hanna 
house, Monterey 

Martin J P, justice of peace 

MAXWELL S L, Proprietor "Gilroy 
Independent," Monterey 

McGill, painter, Eigleberry 

McGovern James, boarding and liquors, 
Monterey 

McStay Sisters, dressmaking & millinery, 

Monterey 
Menefee & Gaston, dentists, Martin 
MOCOZAIN A Li AG RAVE, French 

restaurant, Monterey 
Morey H C, druggist, Monterey 
Morrell E, liquors, Monterey 
MORROW JOHN, Star chop house, 

Monterey 

Mullen James M, groceries, fruit, Monterey 

NORIEGA M, Saddler and harness- 
maker, Monterey 

Norton Rev H B, clergyman (Congrega- 
tional), Gilroy. 

Oberdeener Wolf, books, stationery, news, 
and varieties, Monterey 

Paine John, livery stable and stage line to 
Gilroy Hot Springs, Monterey 

Princevalle J, fruit and vegetables, Mon- 
terey 

RARER JOHN LEO, Hairdresser, 
Monterey 

Reither Jacob, groceries and crockery, 
Monterey 

Riddell D C, agent Wells, Fargo & Co, and 
Western Union Telegraph Company, 
Monterey 

RIEHL ADAM, Brewery, Monterey 
Robinson Amos, stoves, tinware, pipe, etc, 
Monterey 

ROGERS «& HORNER, Dentists, 
Monterey 

ROI XDSF A, Druggist, Monterey 
Satterwhite T D, Notary Public and City 

Clerk, Fifth 
StHAEFER F, Groceries, Monterey 
SEAMAN G W, Proprietor Railroad 

house, Old Gilroy-st 
SENATZ A J, Proprietor Williams 

hotel 

Shadek A F, groceries, Monterey 
Shadek Mrs M, millinery, Monterey 
Shanahan John, liquors, Monterey 
SHORT S S, Restaurant, (Railroad 

Exchange), depot 
Siegly G, hotel, Monterey 
Smith & Baxter, hardware, Monterey 
SPRAGUE A, Physician, Monterey 
STEPHENSON Mrs E, Dress- 
maker, Monterey 
The Bank of Gilroy, George E Hersey, 

cashier, Monterey 
Thornton David, saddles and harness 
Monterey 



TRICKEY J H, Furniture and bed- 
ding, Monterey 

TRYON A R," Furniture dealer and 
undertaker, Monterey 

TELLY P R, Attorney-at-law, Martin 

VAN SCHAICK H I), Groceries, 
Monterey 

Yanwormer Philip, liquors, Monterey 
WARNER H €, Watches and jewelry, 

books, stationery, etc, Monterey 
AVarthen A & Co, Central market, Mon- 
terey 

Webb A C, hardware, paints, oils and 
farming implements, Monterey 

Welch Mrs M T, millinery, Monterey 

Whitney D S, blacksmith, wagonmaker 
and carriage painter, Monterey 

H OOLSE1 JOHN S, Gunsmith and 
machinist, proprietor Woolsey's steam 
heater and cheese vat, cor Sixth and 
Railroad 



Gold Run, 

PLACER COUNTY, 

At an elevation of 3,206 feet, is a small and 
pleasant town in Placer county, supported 
by hydraulic mining. 



Anderson W W. blacksmith 
Brown H H, agent W, F & Co, and banker 
Davison A N, agt C P R R and A & P Tel Co 
DUNN «fc DIXON. Central market 
ENGLE V J. Hairdresser 
HALEY JERRY, Liquors 
HARRISON JOHN A, Liquors and 
billiards 

Hoskin J H, tinner and pipemaker 
HUDSON W r H W r , Blacksmith 
HUNT WILLIAM H, General mer- 
chandise 

JANSEN M, Proprietor National hotel 
Joice P, bootmaker 
Kidd C E, painter 

KRYGER C, Proprietor Kryger's hotel 
LEACH I B. Liquors and billiards 
MEHRLICH JOHN, Gold Run 
market 

Moody & Co, general merchandise 
Pape Chris, liquors 

SHADE T E P, Druggist; postmaster; 

news agent and fancy goods 
VAN BUREN J OS 1 AH, Verandah 

saloon 
Weber P B, liquors 



Grass Valley, 

NEVADA COUNTY, 

Is an early town of California, situated in 
a fine valley, near the base of the Sierra 
Nevadas. Placer mining was its first sup- 



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port, but it has since become renowned for 
its quartz mines. The town has steadily 
increased in population, wealth and im- 
portance since its very first settlement. 
Its resources are almost exclusively min- 
eral, and so extensive as to render this 
place one of the wealthiest in the State. 
It has a population of 4,500. 



Armstrong Mrs M J, dressmaker, Mill 
Avery S D, blacksmith, Main 
BAMBERGER BROS, Drygoods, 
18 Mill 

Bankoffer John, liquors, 2 Mill 
BEATTY FRANK G, Insurance and 

collecting agency, 88 Main 
Benson W H, propr Benson house, 144 Main 
BERG ALFRED, Watches and jew- 
elry, 22 Mill 
BEST JOHI, Bootmaker, 58 Main 
Beverton S, agent stoves and tinware, 46 
Mill 

BINMEOLOX DAVID, Brewery, 
12 Auburn 

BRADY A B, Mining and insurance 
agent, 90 Main 

Brier Rev J W, jr, clergyman, (Congregl) 

BRU MSTETER P, Planing mill, sash 
factory and lumberyard, 25 Main 

BRYAN JOHN A, Liquors, 77 Main 

BURNIE A. Merchant tailor and jew- 
ing machines, 77 Main 

BYRNE & CO, Fashion livery stable, 
94 Main 

CARSON GEORGE, Harness and 

saddles, 23 Mill 
Ghais. Eugene, liquors, 62 Main 
Clarke Frank, liquors, 62 Mill 
Cohn Mrs Mary, clothing, cor Main & Mill 
COLLINS JOHN, Liquors, cor Mill 

and Meal 

Conawaj 7 & Bro, lumber, Auburn-st 
Connor Tim, liquors, 78 Mill 
COOMBS J L, Physician, 81 Main 
Crocker J B, blacksmith, cor Mill andNeal 
Cryer Robert, liquors, 24 Mill 
Davis Henry, justice of the peace, cor 

Main and Church 
Daws & Gilbert, liquors, 64 Main 
DIBBLE A B, Attorney-at-law, Main 
DORSEY S P, Agent Wells, Fargo & 

Co, and insurance, 89 Main 
DULMAINE ADOLPHE, Liquors 

and boarding, 56 Main 
Eggert H C, barber and baths, 5 Mill 
Eichel Frederick, bootmaker, 51 Mill 
English Patrick, blacksmith, 20 Auburn-st 
Ferraw G, fishmarket, 44 Main 
FERRELL HARRIS, Clothing, 

52 Mill 

FIELDING THOMAS, Saloon, 82 
Mill 

Finnie R, groceries, 3 Mill 
FISHER SAMUEL, Stoves, tinware 
and metal worker, 54 Mill 



Fogerty B, tailor, Neal 

FOOTHILL WEEKLY TID- 
INGS, S G Lewis proprietor, cor 
Church and Neal 

Foster A J, paints, oils, wallpaper, pic- 
tures, lamps, etc, 13 Mill 

FRANK JOHN, Bakery and brewery, 
52 Main 

Freeman Eli, bakery, 106 Main 

FRITZ CHARLES, Brewery, cor 
Auburn and Richardson 

Frye Bros, photographers, 6 Mill 

Garvey Miss J, dressmaker, Church 

GEORGE <fc HOBBY, Modoc saloon, 
50 Main 

GEORGE WILLIAM, Groceries, 
crockery, hardware; wholesale fruit, 
etc, cor Auburn and Neal 

Granger & Watt, groceries, 78 Main 

GRASS VALLEY DAILY 
UNION, Charles H Mitchell pro- 
prietor, cor Main and Mill 

HALSEY H H, Photographer, 52 Mill 

Harris S M, dentist, 52 Mill 

HARRIS JAMES, Wagonmaker, 43 
Main 

HARRISON JACK, Hairdresser, 84 
Main 

HENDERSON ALEXANDER, 

Manager Nevada County Business As- 
sociation, cor Main and Church 

Henderson J H, boots and shoes, 82 Main 

HEYMAN JACOB, Drygoods and 
carpets, 42 Mill 

HILL C R, Wholesale fruit, Auburn-st 

Hobby hotel, Main 

HODGE THOMAS «fc CO, Brewery, 
85 Mill 

HOLBROOKE D P, Liquors, Main 
Howe George S, books, stationery and 

fancy goods, 28 Mill 
Ivens & Co, drygoods, 32 Mill 
James Edward, liquors, depot 
Jeffrey Robert, liquors, 94 Main 
JENKINS JOSEPH, Cigars and 

varieties, 79 Main 
JOHNS ROBERT, Blacksmith, 43 

Mian 

JOHNSON B, Furniture and under- 
taking, 92 Main 

JOHNSON JOHN G, Hairdresser, 
72 Main 

JOHNSTON JOHN, Groceries, 11 
Mill 

JOHNSTON PETER, Hardware 

and crockery, 14 Mill 
JONES W C, Physician, 86 Main 
Kidder John F, supt N C N G R R 
Kitts Charles W, Notary Public, Main 
KOHLER WILLIAM, Bakery and 

confectionery, Neal 
Lakenan J M, foundry, Main 
Leech R, supt lumbervard, Auburn-st 
LEWIS S G, Proprietor "Foothill 

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Loutzenheiser W, druggist, cor Main and 
Auburn 

Loyd Mrs E, drygoods & millinery, 30 Mill 
Manning J M, drugs, tobacco and books, 
50 Mill 

McCORMICK WILLIAM, Phys- 

ician, 83 Main 
MEAGHER OENIS, Liquors, 81 

Main 

Meek John D, insurance agency, Main 
MITCHELL CHARLES H, Pro 

prietor "Grass Valley Daily Union," 

cor Main and Mill 
MITCHELL W H, Proprietor Wis- 
consin hotel, cor Main and xluburn 
Miller Charles E, wagonmaker, Main 
Miller J P, Market, cor Main and Church 
MOORE & WRIGHT, Blacksmiths 

and wagonmakers, 75 Mill 
Moran T F, bootmaker, Mill 
Moran Thomas, barber, Mill 
Mulloy A A, propr Grass Val Gas Co, Main 
Muncev W, varieties, 4 Mill 
MURPHY GEORGE, House, sign 

and carriage painter, 41 Main 
MIR PHY Mrs M, Millinery and 

fancv goods, 5 Neal 
MURPHY «fc MORAN, Liquors, 8 

Mill 

Mutton Charles, liquors, 74 Main 
Naffziger Jacob, market, 63 Main 
Nathan Charles & Co, drygoods, 10 Mill 
NATHAN M «fe BRO, Clothing, cor 

Main and Mill 
NEVADA COUNTY BUSINESS 
ASSOCIATION, Alexander Hen- 
derson manager; fruit dealers, cor 
Main and Church 
Novitzky Henry, cigars, tobacco and vari- 
eties, 75 Main 
NOVITZKY SAM, Drygoods and 

carpets, 78 Main 
Novitzky Simon, clothing, 48 Mill 
Odgers Josiah, liquors, 54 Main 
ORR JAMES J, Old Winchester mar- 
ket, cor Mill and Neal 
Othet Thomas, hay and grain, cor Mill 

and Neal 
Parker John, groceries, 42 Main 
Paynter P H, justice of peace, 7 Mill 
Pearce & Caddy, market, cor Main and 
Auburn 

PHILLIPS Mrs JANE, Drygoods 

and millinery, 52 Mill 
Polglase John, groceries and market, 59 
Main 

Pope W C, undertaker and furniture, 58 

and 60 Mill 
PROOGER JOHN H, Watchmaker 

and jeweler, 54 Mill 
Radcliff Philip, hotel, 46 Main 
RELLEY J W, Dentist. 16 Mill 
RIDGE A J, Attorney-at-law, 18 Mill 
ROBERTS E W, Attorney-at-law, 81 
Main 



Roberts R G, blacksmith, 19 Mill 
Roberts Richard, cigars and varieties, Main 
Roberts Richard, groceries, Main 
ROGERS Mrs MARY, Proprietress 

Pacific hotel, SW cor Auburn & Main 
ROSENTHAL S, Fruit and poultry, 

Auburn-st 
Ruck Anton, bakery, 60 Main 
Sanders John, clothing, 34 Mill 
Scadden Henry, groceries, 76 Main 
Schrakamp Felix, cigars, tobbaco and 

varieties, 6 7 Main 
SCOBEL JOHN, Liquors, 65 Main 
SEER A C E, Candy factory and chop 

house, 87 Main 
Shaffer Mrs G, hotel, 96 Main 
SHELOON W H, Fulton market, 48 

Main 

Silvester H, groceries, Main 
SMITH C C, Drugs and stationery, 
26 Mill 

SPENCER W K, Books, stationery, 
news, and manager W U Tel Co; No- 
tary Public, 85 Main 

STEVENS G W, Bootmaker, 25 Mill 

STO!>I>ARI> W S, Agent Northern 
California Narrow-gauge, depot 

STOKES W C, Proprietor Exchange 
hotel, cor Main and Church 

SYKES JOHN I, Postmaster, Main 

Tavlor M C, foundry, Mill 

TAYLOR C, Attorney-at-law, Main 

THOMPSON C P, Boots and shoes, 
44 Mill 

TOMPKINS E A, Physician, cor 

Church and Neal 
Townsend C C, stationery and varieties, 

20 Mill 

TREE REN Rev J L, Clergyman, 

(Methodist), Church-st 
Uphoff Herman, liquors & oysters, 69 Main 
VOGELMAN H, Bool and shoes, 

12 Mill 

Wales Thomas, boots and shoes, 50 Mill 
WATT I>AVII>, Superintendent Em- 
pire mine, 90 Main 
WATT Hon WILLIAM, Super- 
intendent Eureka mine, 90 Main 
WEBBER JOHN, Insurance, cor 

Main and Church 
WEBSTER L R, Physician, Mill 
Webster Thomas, barber, 51 Main 
WEST E R, Feed store, 38 and 40, Main 
WILHELM JACOB, Union market, 
6 Mill 

Wohlers Henry, furniture, 61 Main 
Wood Ben, merchant tailor, 9 Mill 
Yfoodfield Henry, bootmaker, 76 Mill 
Worl N D, market, 95 Main 
WYMORE C C, Groceries, 56 Mill 



H, Wachhorst, Importer of Fine Watches, Jewelry and Diamonds, 79 J st. Sa,e, 



Daily Evening Post, S. F., the Cheapest and Best; Able and Vigorous in all its departments. 



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Haywards, 

ALAMEDA COUNTY. 

A town of 800 inhabitants on the Central 
Pacific railroad, 21 miles from San Fran- 
cisco. Supported by agriculture. 

AKEKMAN ALBERT E, Carriage 

and sign painter 
Allen W W, news depot 
Austin J D, proprietor Planter's house 
BAXTER GEORGE C, Proprietor 

Hayward nursery 
Beet Peter, liquors 

BOOKEN & HERRMANN, New 

York Brewery 

Brodek G, general merchandise 

BROWN GEORGE, General mer- 
chandise, and agent Wells, Fargo & Co 

Brown & McDonald, blacksmiths 

Bulber E, tailor 

Bulmer H H, cigars, tobacco, fruits & nuts 
Carpenter G P, bakery 
Collins Asa, general merchandise 
Cooper J G, druggist and physician 
Czarneki Francis, tailor 
Dole Edmund, carpenter 
Drewry George, painter 
Goodell George A, harnessmaker 
Haas Bonifaz, watchmaker 
Hanson L P, bootmaker 
Hantzsch Charles, blacksmith 
HAYWARD WILLIAM, Proprie- 
tor Hayward' s hotel, and Postmaster 
Hinckley Miss B, milliner 
Horn G H, constable 
Kinsey Bev S, clergyman, (Methodist) 
Lander Henry, liquors 
LARRABEE H F <fc T, Carpenters 
Linekin Leander, stoves and tinware 
Mack H H, stoves and tinware 
May Adam, butcher 

McGREEVY PATRICK, Agent 

Hayward warehouse 
NIEMANN ROBERT, Saloon and 

lodging 

NISSAN I K, Hotel, drygoods and 

groceries 
OAKES A G, Notary Public 
OAKEN TONY, Propr Oakes' hotel 
OLLASON SINCLAIR, Agent for 

F D Atherton; real estate 
Palmtag L, propr Lyon's brewery, and 

wood yard 
Pann John, restaurant and saloon 
Pimentel Joseph, barber 
Puff Charles, undertaker 
Biver J L, blacksmith 
Bogers Hiram, agent C P B B & Telegraph 
Smally D S, livery stable 
Smith N, liquors 
Smith Mrs S H, milliner 
SPOERER CHARLES, Proprietor 

Spoerer's hotel 



Spoerer Dick, Western Union Tel oper 
THORNMKE C IJ, Plasterer 
Vantassell J A, carpenter 
Wills Bev J T, clergyman, (Congregl) 
Wood B A S, carpenter 
Wootten S, justice of the peace 
WOOTTEN S «& SON, Flour mills 
Zambreske Peter, boots and shoes 



Healdsburg, 

SONOMA COUNTY, 

Is situated on the San Francisco and 
North Pacific railroad in So oma 
county, and is distant from San Francisco 
70 miles. It is an enterprising town. 
Agriculture throughout the surrounding 
country is its chief support. 



presi- 



Andrews W C, manager Granger's Asso- 
ciation, Powell 

Bank of Healdsburg, W S Canan 
dent, Powell 

Barlow L B, saloon 

Baruch H, general merchandise, West 

BEAVEN «fc BODGE, Poultry mar- 
ket, West 

Eikenbarv J S, constable and collector 
BIDDLE E W, Dentist, Center 
Bloom & Cohn, general merchandise, West 
BOSTWICK «fc THING, Livery 

stable, cor West and North 
Brown (Dr) & (Mrs D M) , physicians and 

surgeons 

Canan W S, president Bank of Healds- 
burg, Powell 

CARL & MULLER, Proprietors 
Healdsburg Brewery, cor West and 
North 

CARRUTHERS & CO, Proprietors 

Healdsburg Flour mills 
Chapman E F, blacksmith, West 
CLACK «fc BENNETT, Proprietors 

Sotoyome house, West 
Cummings J J, grocer, cor West & North 
Drvden, Skillman & Meyer, blacksmiths, 

West 

ELY E, Physician, Powell 
Erwin Charles, hotel 
Forsman J, physician 

FRIED H, Fredericksburg Brewery 

depot, cor Grant and West 
Gamble A W, physician 
Gilmore & Luedke, watchmakers 

jewelers, West 
Giltride B, proprietor Bailroad house 
Goldstein H, drygoods, clothing, etc 
Granger's Business Association, W C 

Andrews manager, Powell 
Grater John F, propr Union hotel, West 
Griest & Young, undertakers & carpenters 
Gum & Zane, saloon, West & South ave 
Hassett J D, butcher, First and Powell 



and 



Philadelphia Medal to Bradley & Rulofson for the Best Photographs in the World. 



Clothing, Hats, "burnishing Goods, etc. of best quality, at H. B. Burlingame's, J st, Sac. 



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HEALDSBl'RG BREWERY. 

Carl Muller, proprietor, cor West and 
North 

HEALDSBl'RG ENTERPRISE 

Mulgrew Bros & Swan, proprietors, 
cor West & South ave 
HEALDSBl'RG FLOUR MILLS 

Carruthers & Co, proprietors. West 
HEALDSBl'RG MRSERY, E 

Morgan, proprietor, near Co bridge 
Hendrick & Williamson, horseshoers 
Hickey J, saloon, West 
Hofjaard C. buckskin tannery, West 
Holmes & Lawrence, saddlery and harness 
Howard & Co, lumber yard & planing mills 
Hntton Chas E, cashier Bank of Healdsbg 
JACOBS A, Tailor, West 
Jenner C K, attorney-at-law 
Jollv A Wiscomb, grocers, West 
JORDAN BROS, Proprietors, "Rus- 
sian River Flag," cor Center <fc Powell 
KAXAAK A. Wagonmaker, West 
King J, livery stable, West 
Lannan P & Co, grocers, Center and Powell 
Luce J, justice of the peace, West 
Marshall & Williams, blacksmith, North 
Meyer S, general merchandise, West 
Miller & Gearing, butchers, cor Center and 

Powell 
Monier W B, painter 

MOREL AND W W, Attorney-at- 
law, West 

Morgan E. proprietor Healdsburg nursery, 
near Countv bridge 

HULGREW BROS «& SWAN, 
Proprietors "Healdsburg Enterprise," 
cor West and South ave 

MI LLER CARL, Healdsburg Brewy 

Mulligan Bros, hardware and general mer- 
chandise, West 

NORTON L A, Attorney-at-law, cor 
Center and South 

Parsons & Co, soap works 

Piper J J, physician 

Piper tt Laymance, druggists, Powell 

Riley T, druggist, West 

Robinson W I, agent Wells, Fargo & Co, 
Powell 

Rockhold Bros, varieties, West 
Rose J W. attorney-at-law 
ROSENBERG W, Drygoods, cloth- 
ing, etc, White House, West 
Rosenthal J, hardware, Powell 
Rupe S H, phvsician 

RUSSIAN 'RIVER FLAG, Jordan 
Bros, proprietors, cor Center & Powell 

Ryan P, bootmaker, West 

Sales Mrs W, dressmaker and milliner, 
West 

Sargent H, bootmaker, .West 
Scott W A, barber, West 
Seawell <fc Rupe, physicians 
Smith William, saloon, Powell 
KOTO YOKE HOUSE, Clack & Ben- 
nett, proprietors, West 



Stussy D, barber, West 
Swan William G, attorney-at-law 
Townsin Mrs K A, Milliner, Powell 
Tucker J S, varieties, Powell 
Turner George J, bakery, Powell 
Turner & Son, bakerv, West 
VAUGHN E K, Attorney-at-law, 
Powell 

White C L & Co, gen mdse, Powell 

Willson H M & Co, furniture 

Winter D. bootmaker 

WRIGHT & BROWN, Drugs and 

fancy goods, West 
Zane W, saloon, West 



Hollister, 

SAN BENITO COUNTY, 

The county seat, is situated in one of the 
most fertile valleys of the coast, and is a 
prosperous and thriving town. It is easily 
accessible from many different points of 
interest, such as miiteral springs,watering 
places, summer resorts, etc. It is 94 miles 
from San Francisco, a very pleasant ride 
by rail through a most picturesque por- 
tion of the State of about five hours. It 
has a population of 2,000. 

Anderson J G. stoves and tinware 

Ash Rev Geo 0, clergyman, (Methodist) 

Baker R J. market 

BALDWIN «fc GRIFFITH, Dry- 
goods, clothing, groceries, etc 

Bank of Hollister, T S Hawkins presi- 
dent. J J Bowen cashier 

BARKER E A, Druggist, San Beni- 
to-st 

BAYLE A, Hotel 
Bell W A, photographer 
Black E W, Agent A & P Tel Co 
Black J M, furniture 

BLAKE F W, Proprietor "San Beni- 
to Advance," San Benito-st 

Boice Jno P, fruit and oysters 

Bovd A P, lumber dealer 

BRAVO FRANCISCO, Liquors, 
Fourth 

BRESLAUER BERNARD, Gro- 
ceries, fruits, provisions, tobacco, sta- 
tionery, etc, San Benito-st 

BRIGGS N C, Attorney-at-law, and 

District Attorney, San Benito-st 
j Brinson Daniel, bootmaker 

Brown R L, lumber 

BROWN WILLIAM T, Under 

Sheriff, Courthouse 
Browne J M, flour mills 
Brotherton R H, justice of peace 
Burnett & Eaton, blacksmiths and wagon- 
makers 

BURNETT WILLIAM F, Propr 
H ollister and New Idria stage line 



Rarest selections of Jewelry, Watches, etc., in the State at H. Wachhorst's, 79 J st. Sac. 



Weekly Post, S. F., the Cheapest & Best; Enlarged, only $2 a year; postage 20e. additional. 



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BYRNS M J, Hollister Bakery, San 
Benito-st 

CARLTON GW* CO, Proprietors 
"Hollister Telegraph," cor San Beni- 
to and Fourth 

CLEMENT «fc PIDANCET, Mar- 
ket, San Benito-st 

COLEMAN Mrs R, Millinery, la- 
dies' underwear, hoots and shoes.. San 
Benito-st 

Conkling T J, County Supervisor 

Conlan Thomas, liquors 

Cross W H, clergyman (Congregational) 

CUMINd «& FAIRCHILB, Veg- 
etables, fruit, cigars, tobacco, etc, cor 
San Benito and Fifth 

Degener Wm, paints, oils and wallpaper 

DeLanza F, civil and mining engineer 

Dolan James F, blacksmith 

Doolittle F, groceries 

Dowdy Wm P, Countv Assessor 

EATON E A, Dentist, cor San Benito 
and Fourth 

Edwards, Land & Hayes, real estate 

Edwards Reuben, botrding house & liqrs 

Ehrlich M, cigars, tobacco and varieties 

Emerson & Eastman, liquors 

Falkinburg H, harness and saddles 

FARISH & CHAPI»ELL, Dry- 
goods, clothing, groceries, crockery, 
hats, shoes, etc, San Benito-st 

FARMER'S UNION, Groceries, 
hardware and farm implements, cor 
San Benito and Sixth 

FINLEY Mrs ELLEN, Dressmaker 
and millinery, San Benito-st 

FRAZIER JOSEPH, Liquors, Fifth 

FREDSON A M, Agent Wentworth & 
Osborn, liquors, cor San Benito and 
Fifth 

Gift W R, feed and sale stable 

Goldfish J, drygoods, clothing, groceries, 

crockery, etc 
GOODHIJE C H.Agent for J Nichols' 

sample and billiad rooms, cor San Be- 
nito and Sixth 
Graves Mrs S E, dressmaker and milliner 
Hamilton J G, harness and saddles 
HARRIS J J, Attorney-at-law and 

County Judge, San Benito-st 
Harris M, drygoods, clothing, & groceries 
HARRIS A PEA VY, Proprietors 

Montgomery house, Fourth 
HAYS BYRON, Contractor and 

builder, .San Benito-st 
HODGES .1 I, Liverv stable, Fourth 
HOLLISTER ENTERPRISE, 

John McGonigle. proprietor 
HOLLISTER TELEGRAPH, G 

W Carlton & Co, cor San Benito and 

Fourth 

Howard L R, Physician (eclectic) 
HUNT J J, County Clerk and Recorder, 

Courthouse 
Hyman M, Watches, jewelry, cigars, etc 



JACOBS S «& CO, Merchant tailor, 

San Benito-st 

Johnson & Rossequ, Wagonmakers 

KELLY Mrs A, Proprietress San Be- 
nito hotel, cor Sixth and San Benito 

Kerns Jno, Agent S P R R 

LARRABEE W B, Proprietor Rail- 
road house, Fourth 

Latture & McCoy, livery stable 

LEE W G, Attorney-at-law and Notary 
Public, Fifth v 

Lornoin Thos, liquors 

LOVETT W E, Attorney-at-law and 
U S Court Commissioner, Fourth 

Luraschi F, bootmaker 

MANAHAN L. Wagonmaker, Fourth 

MANS ALFRED, Liquors, cor San 
Benito and Third 

MAY J J, Attorney-at-law, San Benito-st 

McBrom Wm, constable 

McCray F P, County Surveyor 

McGonigle Jno, propr Hollister "Enter- 
prise" 

McMAHON THOS, Drygoods, gro- 
ceries, clothing and hardware, San Be- 
nito-st 

McPHEETERS W S, Attorney-at 
law and Notary Public, Fifth 

MILLIItEN C, Wood-yard, San Beni- 
to-st 

Mitchell C E, County Supervisor 
Montague Peter, liquors 
NASH F O, Physician and surgeon 
Neal H, physician 

NORTHCUTT «fc COPELAND, 

Liquors, Fifth 
Nutting J J, hairdresser 
Nye J, watches and jewelry 
O'Donnell T, liquors 

OWENS J A, Justice of Peace and No- 
tary Public, Fifth 

PALM TAG WM, Liquors and Pa- 
jaro Brewery depot, cor San Benito-st 
and Fifth 

PATTERSON JOHN W, Carriage 

painter, cor San Benito and Third 
Peck D, market 

PERRY T R, Liquors, San Benito-st 
PRATER WM, Books, stationery, to- 
bacco and cigars, San Benito-st 
RANKIN ROBERT, Physician, San 

Benito-st 
Rector Bros, proprs Western hotel 
Robinson & Weaver, blacksmiths 
ROCKWOOD A L. Gunsmith, Fifth 
ROSENBERG BROS, Drygoods, 
clothing, groceries, etc, San Benito-st 
ROSS B F, Sheriff, Courthouse 
Ross James, proprietor Eagle hotel 
ROUNDS H A, Druggist, San Benito-st 
Rover A & Co, reslaurant 
SAN BENITO ADVANCE, F W 

Blake, proprietor, San Benito-st 
SANFORD G W r , Hairdresser, San 
Benito-st 



Bradley & Rulofson have the only Elevator connected with Photography in the World. 



H. B. Burlingames Clothing House, 146 J st. Sacramento, is a reasonable One-priced house 



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SHAW I B, Merchant tailor, San Be- 
nito-st 

Sherman I J. blacksmith and wagoninaker 
Small John, fruit and vaiieties 
SMITH A L. Agent Wells, Fargo & Co 

and W U Tel Co 
Smith Mrs C, restaurant 
Snibley H, stoves and tinware 
Snyder A. furniture 

S\ YI)ER. )k(OX\ELL A CO. 

Hardware and farm implements, San 
Benito-st 

Stevens £- Brimhall. auctr and commission 
Swain & Morey, lumber dealers and plan- 
ing mills 

TRIFLETT G W, County Supervisor 

and farmer 
Yache Theophile, fruit and wine 
Yarco Henry, brewery 
Tillalovos Thomas, jeweler 
Walberg L E. blacksmith 
Wells Mrs S A, dressmaking 
Weatworth & Osborn, drygoods and 

groceries 

1VERZ ANTON, Boots and shoes, 

San Benito-st 
Williams Peter, constable 
Yost Thomas, books, stationery; postmaster 



lone City, 

AlLiDOR COUNTY, 

A pleasant little town of 800 inhabitants in 
valley of same name, 133 miles from San 
Francisco. It is supported by agriculture, 
having one of the finest farming districts 
in the State. 

Bagley James, shoemaker 

BA I LI K J L, Proprietor Yeranda hotel 

Bisbee K, liquors 

Bruzie L, druggist, physician, telegraph 
operator, justice of the peace 

CrawtordRev J J, clergyman, (Methodist) 

Cumming James, physician ; proprietor 
Gumming' s flouring mill 

Denney D, carpenter 

DRAPER A JAjflSOX, Black- 
smiths and wagon makers 

Farnsworth & Marchant. butchers 

FERRIER J P, Liquors 

Fox William H. tin and hardware 

FREEH AX C* M, Physician 

FRENCH F M. Jeweler 

SEIEER ANTON, Restaurant 

Gregory I B. carpenter 

HA VSE FRED, Proprietor Metropoli- 
tan restaurant 

Hall E C, dentist 

II A EE F C A CO, Florence Flour 
mills 

HETTXER A RAAB, City Brewery 
Isaacs B A Bro, general merchandise 



Kennedy P, liquors 
Koster J A, blacksmith 
Ludgate Surface & Co, livery stable 
MeCaulev J. proprietor Arcade hotel 
1IC?IIRRY J W, Postmaster 
Newman G & Bros, lumber, grain 

general merchandise 
PARKER J B, Shoemaker 
Rewlings M Y B, liquors 
Rilev John, carpenter 
SCHOEXE3I AXX CHARLES W, 

Physician and surgeon 
Sequin F. barber 
SVf ITH FRED P. Carpenter 
SPOOXER GEORGE A, Painter 
Stewart & Bennetts, general merchandise j 
Stewart F P, variety store 
VERAXDA HOTEL, J L Bailie, 

proprietor 
Yischer G- M, painter 
White Rev J, clergyman, (Presbyterian) 
Williams C F, harness, saddles and gloves i 
Woolsey George, general merchandise, 

lumber; agent Wells, Fargo & Co 



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Jackson, 

AMADOR COUNTY , 

Is the county seat of Amador county, and 
a mining town of about 1,100 inhabitants. 
It is 146 miles from San Francisco, and 

' connected with that place by rail and 

j stage via Latrobe or Lodi. 



i Arata A & Co, drugs and stationery 
AJIADOR DISPATCH, William 

3E Penrv, proprietor 
AJIADOR EEDGER, R Webb : 



pro- 



I prietor 

BEXJA3IIX A E EDO IX, Black- 
smiths, Main 
; Bland H J, clergyman, (Methodist) 
, Rocca Frank, liquors 

Boarman Charles, physician 
. Bremer P, bootmaker, Main 

BRIGHT S W, Butcher, Main 
; Brown A C. attornev-at-law 

BROWX F 31, Manager Amador 

Canal and Mining Company 
i Butterfield J A. i umber 
1 Campi Santi, general merchandise 
- COXEOX THOMAS, Under Sheriff 

DAVID P, Baker 
i Eagan John A, attorney-at-law 

EYAXS EEEIS, Proprietor National 

hotel and stage office, foot of Main 
, Farlev & Porter, attornevs-at-law 
t FOLGER A KELLY, Liquors, 
Main 

( Freeman E G, harnessmaker 
OlXOCCmO E A BRO, General 
merchandise; proprietors Alden fruit 
I dryer, Water 



H. Wachhorsthas Rings from plain, solid Gold to the costliest Diamond Setting, 79 J st. 



Daily Evening Post, S.F., a First-class Family Paper; characterized by Freshness & Vigor. 



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Goldner H, varieties and justice of peace 
Guceione G, barber 

HARRIS S, Cigars, tobacco, can- 
dies, etc 

HOFFMAN F, Livery stable, Main 

Kav Wallace, photographer 

KELLY A S, Planing mills, sash 
factory and builder 

Kelly P, constable 

Koch A, varieties and barber 

Lithgow John, undertaker 

Love Thomas, liquors 

Mails Mrs M A, millinery and drygoods 

Meehan James, County Treasurer 

Meek C M, Postmaster and varieties 

Muldoon E, liquors 

Niner Charles, jeweler 

Palmer Richard, livery stable 

Pawling T M, County Judge 

PECK HENRY, County Clerk, Re- 
corder and Auditor 

PEISER I, Drv goods and clothing 

PENRY WILLIAM M, Proprietor 
Amador "Dispatch" 

Phelps T J, District Attorney 

RICHTMYER B F, Agent Wells, 
Fargo & Co; telegraph operator; pro- 
prietor water works 

Ross & Fern, liquors 

Samuels J, drv goods and clothing 

SANGtJINETTI B, General mer- 
chandise 

Sharp William, physician 

SICOTTE A A, Blacksmith, Main 

Sicotte F, blacksmith and wagonmaker 

SPAGMOLI » B, Attorney-at-law 
and Notary Public 

Steckler C & Co, general merchandise, cor 
Court and Main 

Tellier Louis, liquors 

TRUEB & BELLIARD, Proprie- 
tors Globe hotel, Main 

Vagan John, Sheriff 

WEBB R, Proprietor Amador " Led- 
ger ' ' 

Weller C, hardware 
White George, liquors 
White J C, liquors 
Williams Joseph, carpenter 
Wittman A, bootmaker 



Lakeport, 

LAKE COUNTY, 

Is 122 miles from San Francisco, and 
reached via Cloverdale or Calistoga. It 
derives its support from agriculture and 
stock raising. 



Adams J D, cigars and tobacco 
Allen Hiram, Assessor 
BACCUS J B, Jr, Proprietor 
county Bee," Main 



'Lake 



Biggerstaff W J, manager Farmer's Busi- 
ness Association 

BIGGI A, Watchmaker & jeweler, Main 

Bray A, restaurant and bakery 

Carson L, president Farmer's Savings 
Bank 

Charmak L, general merchandise 
CLARK «fe OARK, North Side 

Stage Co, Main 
Cook & McConathy, general merchandise 
Compton H M, wagonmaker 
Crawford W, attorney-at-law 
BIETZ G, Watchmaker and jeweler, 

postoffice building 
Elliott J W, attorney-at-law, Courthouse 
Everett J W, County Treas'r, Courthouse 
Farmers' Business Association, H A Olli- 

ver prest; W J Biggerstaff manager 
FARMERS' SAVINGS BANK, 

L Carson President; J W Mackall 

Cashier, Main 
Fraser Capt J K, str "City of Lakeport" 
Gregg A K, Mound Cottages 
Green W W, proprietor Green's hotel 
GULLY S G, Yariety store, Main 
Hammack R J, Lakeport stable 
Harrison A, blacksmith 
Ingram J C W, Sheriff, Courthouse 
Knowlton C B, painter 
LAKE COUNTY BEE, J B Bac- 

cus, jr, proprietor, Main 
LAKE DEMOCRAT, A A R Utting 

proprietor, Main 
LAKEPORT STABLE, R J Ham- 
mack proprietor, Third and Main 
Lawrence R H, surveyor, Courthouse 
League J N, general merchandise 
LEVY A, General merchandise, Main 
Mackall J W, druggist; cashier Farmers' 

Savings Bank 
Mantz J, tinsmitk 

Mast C L, news depot and postmaster 
McCarty A P, attorney-at-law 
McHARVEY C F, Saddlery and har- 
ness, Main, opposite Bank building 
Moore G, butcher 

Mound Cottages, A K Gregg proprietor 

Noel A E, attorney-at-law 

NORTH SIBE STAGE CO, Clark 
& Carr proprietors, Main 

Oliver H A, County Clerk, Courthouse 

Parrish J, blacksmith 

Paul E M, County Judge, Courthouse 

Roethel E, bootmaker 

Simmons L G, saloon 

Simms J F, general business 

Slottarbek C, gunmaker 

STAAB H G, Tailor, Main 

STEAMER CITY OF LAKE- 
PORT, Captain J K Fraser com- 
mander, Clear Lake 

Tate S F, president The Bank of Lake 

THE BANK OF LAKE, S F Tate 
President; Frank D Tunis Cashier, 
SE cor Second and Main 



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H. B. Burlingame, successor to B. T. Brown & Co., dealer in Men's Clothing, 146 J st. Sac 



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THOR>TO\ Rr P H, Druggist 

and surgeon, Main 
Townsend E. District Attorney. Courthouse 
Tunis Frank D, cashier The Bank of Lake 
I TTING A A R, Proprietor -'Lake 

Democrat" 
Wallace L. superintendent schools, Courth 
WELCH S K. Attornev-at-law. Main 
WIIITTE5IORE H C, Pioneer 

saloon, cor Main and Third 
Willey Mrs C H, restaurant 
WiWot Mrs K, dressmaker 



Lathrop, 



SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY, 

The junction at which the Yisalia division 
of the Central Pacific railroad branches off 
for Modesto, Merced city, Visalia and Los 
Angeles. 

BERRY E T, Agent Central Pacific 
Railroad: Manager Atlantic and Pacific 
Telegraph Company 

Campbell B B. assistant division superin- 
tendent Central Pacific railroad 

SII EPH ERR J A, Proprietor Lathrop 
hotel; agent Wells, Far?o & Co. 



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Latrobe, 

EL DORADO COUNTY. 

A town of 250 inhabitants, 125 miles from 
Ban Francisco, and connected with that 
place by the California Pacific railroad 
and Sacramento Valley railroad; also stage I 
station for towns in Amador and Cala- 
veras counties. 

Adams A J. postmaster 

DIDEX C W, Agent SYR R; WF 

& Co; telegraph operator, and saloon 
Edwards C W. blacksmith & wagonmaker 
KRAISSE E E. Butcher 
MI LEER J H. Hotel 
RIERSAM «fc ADAMS, General 

merchandise 
Treuholtz E, physician 



Livermore, 

ALAMEDA COUNTY, 

Is a thriving, growing little town of 950 
inhabitants and 175 voters, situated on the 
Central Pacific railroad in Livermore 
valley, forty seven miles from San Fran- 
cisco. ■ 

ALVRES A J, Hairdresser 
ALU'ARU «fc TAYLOR, Black- 
smiths 
Angelopulo P H, bakery 



AXSPACHER RROS, General mer- 
chandise, grain and furniture; agents 
Western Union Telegraph Company 

Anthony Rev C W, clergyman, (Presby- 
terian) 

Anthonv F A. hardware and tinware 

RARDELLINI ANTOINE, 
prietor Washington hotel 

Barthold Bros, butchers 

RASTIAN GEORGE, Saloon 
chop house 

RRADSH AIV CHARLES W, Car- 
penter 

Bragdon E P, restaurant and saloon 
Burke Martin, liquors 
BI TTERFIELD H N, Liquors 
CAMPBELL KATIE Miss, Dress- 
maker 

Campbell Mrs R B, dressmaker 

Church A M, justice of the peace, and 
notarv public 

COM EGAS G W, Groceries, hard- 
ware, liquors, etc 

Conrad Henry, barber 

Cross & Son. jewelers and watchmakers 

CI TTLER L H, Physician and drug- 
gist 

Dutcher D W, tinsmith 

Dutcher & Heslep. blacksmiths 

FRAXZEX PETER, Brewery depot 

Freeman Geo E, undertaker and furniture 

Frisbie W R, druggist 

Gardemeyer Christ, liquors 

Gelich Pasquole, fruits, candies, nuts, 

cigars, tobacco, etc 
GIBBONS WILLIAM, Liquors 
GORNER THEORORE, Harness- 
maker 
Graham R W, carpenter 
GRASSI FRANK, Proprietor Morn- 
ing Star restaurant and hotel 
HANSON & BAILEY, Butchers 
HILTON LEMEN, Undertaker and 

proprietor Norfolk livery stable 
Holmes N B, blacksmith and wagonmaker 
Horton & Kennedv, windmills, pumps, etc 
HORTOX ISRAEL, Lumber 
Hupers Moritz, proprietor Farmer's Ex- 
change 

Jarrett G B, physician and surgeon 
Jenkins W P, hotel 

JORDAN WENDELL, Brewery 
Ladd Joseph, livery stable 
LAIMEISTER CHARLES S, 

Flour mills 
Lawrence D L, plasterer 
LEVY CHARLES, Barber 
Levy P L, tailor 

LEVY SAMUEL, General merchan- 
dise 

Lindlev Curtis H, attornev-at-law 
LIVERMORE ENTERPRISE, 

Shearer & Levs, proprietors 
LOVE M P H, Attorney-at-law and 
Notary Public 



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Maedonald Miss Jennie, milliner 
Mally Frederick, boots, shoes, hats & caps 
Meyers J F. Town Marshal 
McINTO^H WILLIAM, Photo- 
grapher 

HcKEASTY PETER, Butcher 

McLean C L, dentist 

McLeod A J, postmaster 

McLeod & Stanley, general merchandise 

Mitchell J L, agt C P E E, Wells, Fargo 

fc Co and Telegraph 
MONTEVERDE M G, General 

merchandise 
Munos Joseph, fruits 
O'Brien James, harnessmaker 
Pink Louis, liquors 

PRATT CHARLES, Druggist and 

physician 
Scanlin Daniel, tailor 

Schlesinger Ferdinand, books & stationery 
SHEARER & LEYS, Proprietors 

"Livermore Enterprise" 
SHELD©! THOMAS, Liquors 
S1IOENSTEBT & SMITH, Liquors 
Sinkwitz William, liquors 
Smith & Harrison, livery stable 
SMITH J I>, Principal Livermore 

College 

SMITH LEANDER, Livery stable 
STl T DER & MEYER, Bootmakers 
TAYLOR W S, Physician 
Vanhorn J C, painter 
Vostrovsky Jerome, drygoods 
WALLIS «& CO, Soda water manu- 
facturers 

Waterman M & Co, warehouse and com- 
mission merchants 
WEILBY J L, Architect and builder 
Wettareu Simon, bakery 
Whitmore Charles, drygoods and groceries 
Wilson Alexander, hotel 
WRIGHT H H, Livery stable 



Cope Eobert, bootmaker 
Ellison J A, livery stable 
Fairchild Thomas, tailor 
Foster & Ivorv, millinery & dressmaking 
Ivorv C O, gen mdse, & agt W F & Co 
Koppikus D W, agent C P E E 
Meeker A C, justice of the peace and in- 
surance agent 
Mundell John M, barber 
Parmeter P, glove manufacturer 
RUSSELL THOMAS. Saloon 
RVTLEOGE A T, Undertaker 
Smith H, blacksmith 

SMITH ISAAC, General merchan- 
dise and collector 
Smith W D, butcher 

SPENCER J E, Propr Spencer house 

and stage office for Mokelumne Hill 
WILLIAMSON C V, Physician 

and surgeon 
Wilson W W, carriage painter 



Lodi 3 

SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY, 

Is a flourishing village on the line of the 
C. P. E. E., 14 miles north of Stock- 
ton, and 35 south of Sacramento. It is 
surrounded by an extensive farming coun- 
try, and that branch of industry is its 
support. It has a population of 1,000. 



Baker J, harnessmaker 

Baker Mrs I L, carpet weaver 

Bcckwith Byron D, druggist, stationer, 

postmaster and tel op'r 
BINGHAM (JOHN A) *fc STOD- 

IJ>A RS> (WILLIAM), Managers 

Lodi mill 

CHAMBERS J R, Proprietor Riffle 
saloon 

COLLINS JOHN J, General mdse 



Martinez, 

CONTEA COSTA COUNTY, 

A town of about 1,500 inhabitants, 30 
miles from San Francisco, and across the 
bay from Benicia. It is supported mainly 
by agriculture. 

Bailhache M H, County Auditor 
Bernett H, physician 
Bennett S J, livery stable % 
BLUM S & BROTHER, Drygoods, 
clothing, hats, boots and shoes, Main 
Bowen N S, liquors 

BRAY BROS. Warehouse and lumber 
BRIARE F D, Hotel and restaurant, 

(opposite Blum Bros' store) , Main 
Brown T A, Countv Judge 
BUNKER «fe PORTER, Proprietors 

"Contra Costa Gazette" 
Carothers J H. physician 
CHASE ELI R, Attorney-at-law, 

Courthouse 
Connolly Thomas, harnessmaker 
CONTRA COSTA GAZETTE, 

Bunker & Porter proprietors 
DOUGLAS W J, Cigars, tobacco and 

candies; telegraph operator. Main 
DOWNEY W M, Hotel, cor Main and 

Castro 
Edwards F P, restaurant 
Fisb L I. president Martinez Bank 
FOR© W H, Justice of the Peace, Main 
Foster James, County Assessor 
Frazer Dan, blacksmith 
Gallagher H C, Tax Collector 
Gift W A J, constable 
Girvan William, hotel 
Haggy & Hathaway, butchers 
Hale W M, cashier Martinez Bank 
Hansen William, tailor 



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HILLER E IV, Public Administrator 
and Coroner 

Hoey James, grocery and saloon 

HO I t; II Dr E F, Hotel, ferry 

James O F, postmaster 

JOYES J P, District Attorney, Court- 
house 

Jones Robert, manager Grangers' wareh 

Kamp H L, liquors 

Lawless M, saloon 

La wrence G A, druggist 

McCan J, liquors 

McfelIRE «fc SHAXXOX, Liq 

nors, Main 

McNarnara James, liquors 

MILLER C E, Deputy County Re- 
corder 

Mills (H) & Jones (J P), attorneys-at-law 
Morgan Bros, hardware and tinware 
Nelson A P, bootmaker 
Neuberger & Gartley, general merchandise 
Pereira Francisco, fruit and candies 
Russell V B ; County Recorder 
Segur Joseph, barber 
Sturgis J, hotel 

Swain C C, agent Wells, Fargo & Co 
Swain S, groceries 

Tuthill Rev E B, clergyman, (Congregtl) 
Tyler A, County Treasurer 
Weiss I, general merchandise 
Wilkening Fred, Sheriff 
Wittenmyer L C, County Clerk 



Marysville, 

TUBA COUNTY, 

Is the largest city in the State north of 
Sacramento, and is the county seat of Yuba 
county. Situated at the junction of the 
Yuba and Feather rivers, it has a com- 
mercial interest of considerable value, as 
the Yuba is navigable to steamers of light 
draught the entire year. It was first sur- 
veyed in 1849, but not incorporated until 
1851. Until 1857 it grew rapidly, when, 
with the decline of the placer mining, it 
also declined and steadily decreased in 
population until about eight years since, 
when it began to revive, and has since be- 
come a thoroughly enterprising and lively 
place. Through its railroad advantages, 
connecting it with many of the largest 
towns and cities of the State, it has be- 
come the central point of northern Cali- 
fornia. Its population is estimated at 
about 7,000. 

Aaron Frank W H, secretary Marys ville 
Savings Bank, 44 D 

S, House and sign paiut- 

er, 23 D 

Angus J A, supt Marysville woolen mills, 
cor Second and B 



Ansorg C, furniture, 93 D 
Ashford L J, attorney-at-law, cor D & Third 
Baird George H, agent C P R R, depot 
Baldwin S D, watches and jewelry, 57 D 
BALL B, Grain, flour and feed stable, 

65 and 67 C 
Barnes A P, undertaker, 36 and 38 D 
Barthe & Pache, liquors, cor B and Third 
BATCMELDER A J d' CO, Gro- 
ceries and grain, Masonic block, NE 
cor Third and E 
BECKER JOSEPH. Hairdresser 

and baths, 88 D 
Belding L. soda factory, cor Second and 

Virgin allev 
BELCHER & BELCHER, Attor- 
neys-at-law. 78 D 
BELL & GARRETT, Groceries, 144 
Third 

Bigelow B, guns, ammunition and gun- 
smith, 95 D 

Binney A J, supt Cal Northern railroad 

Blin A, hairdresser, 86 B 

Bliss S M, attornev-at-law, cor D & Third 

BLOS>GETT *fc JE^KI YS, Butch- 
ers, stall No 1, City market, Third 

Boon Theodore, groceries and produce, 
56, 58 and 60 C 

BOOTH & ECKART, Marysville 
foundry, cor Fourth and B 

Boyd G H, dentist, Odd Fellows' building 

Bradley J C, notary public and searcher 
• of records 

BRADLEY S II & CO, Carriage 
' and wagon dealers, blacksmiths and 
wagonmakers, cor B and Third 

Brass J, cigars and tobacco, 99 D 

Bright J T, tailor, Second 

BROCKEL5IAXS «fc REY- 
YAtT©, Proprietors Lafayette res- 
taurant, Maiden lane, bet Second 
and Third 

BROCK KIJIAXX ERYST, Pro- 
prietor Lafayette restaurant, 63 D 

Bropliv P. fruit, candv. tobacco, etc. 92 D 

BR O PHY THOMAS, Proprietor 
Western house, NW cor D and Second 

BROW E, Constable, 138 Third 

BROW E, Bootmaker, 94 D 

BROWY P & BRO, Clothing, anTT 
merchant tailors, !NE cor D and Third 

BRUCE H, Cai'pet factory and junk 
dealer, cor First and E 

Brvant Charles, horseshoer, 84 C 

Buckeye Flouring Mill Co, Fifth, bet 
Yuba and A 

Buttelmann & Steward, liquors. 109 and 
111 Second 

Caldwell A B, physician, Odd Fellows' bdg 

Carew M, liquors', 136 Third 

CASAD R, Citv Marshal, Chief of 
Police and Tax Collector, 106 Third 

CASEY BROS, Poultry and produce, 
Citv market, Third 

CLARK JIrs A G. Dressmaking, 101 D 



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Clark E G, nuts and notions, fruit, candy, 
124 Third 

CLARK H A, Liquors, cor Third and 

Maiden lane 
CLEVELAND J M, Liquors, cor D 

and Second 
Cohn E, clothing, & merchant tailor, 59 D 
CO MX J G, Clothing. NE cor D and 

Second 

College of Notre Dame, Sister Mary Beat- 
rix superior, C, bet Seventh & Eighth 

Comashi G, groceries, Maiden lane 

COOK IE A, Liquors, 55 D 

COOLEY «& LEWIS, Groceries and 
produce, cor C and Fourth 

CRANE L T, Receiver U S Land 
Office, cor Third and E 

CUMBERSON A J, Groceries, fruit, 
poultry, etc, 120 Third 

DAVIS A «& SON, Watches and jew- 
elry, 67 D 

DAVIS EDWIN A, Attorney-at-law, 
58 D 

DECKER & JEWETT, Bankers, 
60 D 

DICK CHARLES, Harness and sad- 
dles, NE cor C and Third 

Dickey James T, liquors, fruit, etc, cor 
Second and C 

Dougall T, drygoods, 98 D 

DOW N G, Secretary Union Lumber 
Co, cor Fourth and C 

mJFFICY M C, Notary Public, office 
St Nicholas building, D 

Duke S, tinner, 115 D 

Earnshields V L, harness and saddles, SE 

cor C and Third 
Eastman J F, postmaster, cor Second & E 
EASTDN & WHITE, Blacksmiths 
and wagonmakers, cor Third and Vir- 
gin alley 

EBERLEIN W, Liquors, 70 D 
EHRLICH C M, Hides, furs, wool 

and tallow, 1 D 
Eilerman H, merchant tailor, 123 Second 
ELLIS W T, Grocer; County Treasurer, 

cor D and First 
Englund William, druggist, 108 D 
Farnham A, propr Golden Eagle hotel, SE 

cor C and Second 
IELLS WILLIAM F, Newsagent 

for all California, Eastern and Foreign 

newspapers, cor G and Ninth 
Filkins Charles E, attorney-at-law, 46 D 
Fischer Joseph A, cabinetmaker, 6 High 
Fisher Amos, carriage trimmer, NE cor C 

and Third 
Fisher Philip, boots and shoes, 103 D 
Fitzgerald M, City Assessor, 106 Third 
FL1MNERY P J, Boots and shoes, 

91 D 

FLATHMANN J F, Liquors, cor 

Maiden lane and Third 
FLETCHER WILLIAM, Drygoods 

and carpets, 84 and 86 D, NW cor Third 



Flint W P, druggist, 118 Third 
Frevberger Fred, feed stable, cor Sixth & B 
FRONK & HAYES, Undertakers, 
143 Third 

FROST & SHAFFER, Furniture 

and bedding, 24 and 26 D 
Fuller H W, manager A and P Tel Co, 42 D 
Gassaway J H, hairdresser & baths, 44 Sec 
GEORGE P, Guns, ammunition and 

gunsmith, 101 Second 
Gerber E, bootmaiter, 62 C 
Gerken J Henry, merchant tailor, 47 D 
GILLISPIE J C, Livery and feed 

stable, C, bet Fourth and Fifth 
Goff A M, carriagemaker, 99 C 
GOODWIN J O, Attorney-at-law, 78 D 
GORDON F D, Job printer, 95 D 
Gray C N, carpenter and builder, 60 E 
Green Warren, proprietor stage line 
GREEN W H, City Express, cor Third 

and D 

GRIBNER JOHN, Liquors, cor 

Fourth and C 
Hall & Monroe, carpenters, C 
HARE J K, Groceries and provisions, 

SW cor Seventh and B 
Harrington C C, physician, cor Third & D 
HARRINGTON E A, Paints, oils 

and glass, 27 D 
HARRIS 11 M, Harness and saddles 

NW cor C and Third 
HARVEY WILLIAM, Supt Marys. 

ville Coal Gas Co, cor Second and B 
Heintzen George, feed stable, cor Fourth &A 
HEMPSTEAD «& SAVAGE, Phys 

icians (homeopathic) , 92 D 
Hickok B E, capitalist, St Nicholas bdg 
HICKOK C T, Capitalist, St Nicholas 

building 

Hildebrand Joe, bootmaker, Fifth 
Hoblitzell H S, insurance agencv, 58 D 
HOC IISTADTER «fc BRO, Cloth- 
ing, SW cor D and Second 
Hoffman & Marker, liquors, cor Virgin 

alley and Third 
HOFSTETTER J U, Groceries, cor 

D and Fifth 
Hogan J & Co, proprietors Marysville, 

North San Juan and Nevada City stage 

line, cor D and Second 
HOLLOMAN E W r , District Attorney 

and attorney-at-law, Courthouse 
Holmes H T & Co, lime dealers, cor Fourth 

and Virgin alley 
Hornung G, druggist, 72 D 
HOWARD S L, Attorney-at-law, cor 

Third and D 
HOWSER B W, Justice of Peace, 

attorney-at-law and Notary Public, 

138 Third 
Hunt G P, blacksmith, 97 C 
H Y AMS D S, Groceries, SE cor Seventh 

and B 

Jenkins <fe Bushnell, livery stable, 100 
Second 



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JEXKLVS J C&CO. Hairdressers, 

137 Second 
Jenkins R S, feed stable, cor Fifth and F 
Jennings Mrs M A, lodging house, 75 D 
JOKY H, Confectionery, fruit, nuts, etc, 

107 Third 

KATZEXSTEIX GABRIEL, Liq- 
uors, What Cheer House, 110 Second , 

Kendall David B, liquors, 87 C 

KEXT «fc PERCY, Liverv and feed 
stable, 71 C 

Kerns Henry, liquors, 96 D 

Kettnauer Philip, cigar manufacturer, 57 C 

Kimball C B, livery stable, 94 D 

KLEI.V IV .11, Eagle Hat store, 76 D 

Knight D E, agent Marysville Woolen 
Mills, cor Second and B 

KMCiHT W H, Forwarding and com- 
mission merchant and dealer in grain, 
flour, etc, cor Third and High; ware- 
house C P R R depot 

Knorsa Jacob, bakerv, 107 C 

KRAl'SE J H, County Recorder and 
Auditor, Courthouse 

KVHX LEOPOLD, Cigars, tobacco, 
stationery, cutlerv, fruits etc, 87 D 

LA\EY «V DOXXELLY, Carriage 
and sign painters, cor Third and Virgin 
alley 

Lask Louis, clothing, 80 D 

LAWRENCE W L, Carriages, sad- 
dles, harness, leather, etc, 103, 105 and 
107 Second 

LEFAYOR W F. Broom factorv, 39 D 

LEWIS «fc COUSIlfS, Hairdressers 
and baths, 64 C 

LOCKWOOD «fc DAWSON, Pro 
prietors "Marysville Appeal," (daily 
and weekly), cor Maiden lane and 
Second 

Longawa J, painter 

LYDOX J T, Groceries, cor C and 

Seventh 
Lynd Albert, liquors, 72 C 
Marcuse M & Co, cigars and tobacco, NW 

cor D and Second 
Marker J P, bootmaker, 90 Second 
Martin T C, bag factory, cor High and 

Second 

MARYSVILLE APPEAL, (Daily 
and weekly) ; Lock wood & Dawson pro- 
prietors, cor Maiden lane and Second 

MARYSVILLE COAL GAS CO, 

William Harvey, Superintendent, cor 
Second and B 

Marysville Savings Bank, Frank W H 
Aaron, secretary, 44 D 

Marysville Water Words Co, C M Patter- 
son, superintendent, cor Fourth and D 

MarysviMe Woolen Mills, D E Knight, 
superintendent, cor Second and B 

M AYOI X A, Liquors, cor Fifth and F 

McCarrol L, liquors, 68 C 

MeCARTY' DAX, Liquors and cigars, 
89 D 



McConaughy James, manager Western 

Union Telegraph Co, 140 Second 
McDAXIEL R H, Physician, 108 D 
MeDaniels George, harnessmaker, Fifth 
McDonald J B, livery stable, 112 Second 
McLEAX W T, Agent Wells, Fargo & 
Co, 42 D 

McPheeters Rev Wm, clergvman, (Metho- 
dist) 

Meek E E, Countv Clerk, Courthouse 
Mehl Charles, bakery, D bet Fifth &■ Sixth 
Merritt George, notary public, 103 D 
MI LL E W, Oyster and wine rooms, 

cor Second and High 
MIRPHY WM O, City Attorney, 
attorney-at-law and Court Commis- 
sioner, cor Third and High 
Myers John H, liquors, 76 C 
Xagle M E, cigars, tobacco, groceries, etc, 
53 C 

Xewberry H C, County Assessor, Court- 
house 

NE1YHARD J M, Liquors, 142 Third 
Nesemann Mrs & Co, lodging house, NE 

cor Second and C 
NORTH GEORGE, Hardware, iron, 

steel and farming implements, Masonic 

building, cor Third and E 
Ormsby O F, liquors, cor C and Second* 
Parks R F, wool dealer, cor High & Third 
PATTERSON C M, Register United 

States Land Office, cor Third and E, 

and Superintendent Water Works Co, 

cor Fourth and D 
Peel B, Mechanics hotel, 89 C 
Peffer John, planing mill, C 
PEXDER Mrs J II, Millinery, 100 D 
Pender & Smith, poultrv, fish, vegetables, 

etc, Third 

Peri E & Co, candy factory and ice cream 

saloon, 111 D 
Pierce & Harvey, bag factory, 29 D 
Popert N D, stationery and toys, 68 D 
Power Thomas J, liquors, 138 & 140 Second 
Putnam Miss M J, millinery and dress- 
making, 113 D 
Raish Charles, blacksmith, 105 Third 
Regie & Bahrenburg, liquors, 65 D 
Reubert & Graf, feed stable, C 
Rideout & Smith, bankers, SE cor D & 
Third 

Rogers S J S, phvsician, cor Third and D 
ROSS E C & CO, Stoves, tin and 
hardware, crockery, etc; pumps, hy- 
draulic pipe and water tanks, 66 D 
Sanford H H, County Surveyor, cor Third 
andE 

Saul & Depuy, carriage and sign painters, 
86 and 88 C 

Scheu & Swank, proprs United States 
hotel, cor C and Third 

Schmidler H, groceries, cor Second and B 

Schneider N, clothing, 7 D 

SCOTT «fc FLINT, Druggists, Eu- 
reka Drug Store, Odd Fellows bdg 



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Schwab Valentine, liquors, 45 D 
SCHWARTZ CHARLES, Stoves, 

tin-ware and crockery, 152 Third 
Seaward Thomas, marble works, 148 Sec 
SELBY & CO. Hardware and farm 

implements, 33, 35 and 37 D 
SELLOI L R, County Judge, Court- 
house 

SHERMAN Mrs E J, Millinery, 
104 D 

Sherwood T J, stationery, "news, etc, cor 
High and Second 

Singer William, sr, attorney-at-law, cor 
Third and E 

SINGER WILLIAM, Jr, Attor- 
ney-at-law, D and Third 

SLATTERY P C, Butcher, City 
Market, Third 

SLICER W S, Boardinghouse, cor 
Seventh and California alley 

Smith J B M, dentist, 92 D 

Smith W E, market, Seventh bet A and B 

Sneed James A, blacksmith and wagon- 
maker, cor Fourth and C 

SPEAR A P, Books, stationery, jew- 
elry, fancy goods, etc, and agent Guild 
pianos, 74 D 

STAMWDOJ) RICHARD G, Lum- 
ber dealer, SW cor E and Fourth 

STEEL T H, County Superintendent 
Schools, Courthouse 

Stone & Howard, watches & jewelry, 64 D 

STOUT RICHARD, Liquors, NE 
cor Second and C 

STRATTON C A «fc CO, Grocer- 
ies, provisions, liquors and cigars, SE 
cor Third and E 

STRITZINGER JACOB, Liquors, 
E, bet Third and Fourth 

SUBERS «& CUTTS, Blacksmiths, 
horseshoers and jobbers, 61 C 

Sullivan Mrs, hotel, 70 C 

Swain & Hudson, planing mill; box, sash, 
and blind factory, and builders, cor D 
and First 

TERSTEGGE &. LAI BER, Deal- 
ers in and manufactures of boots and 
shoes, 69 D 

Toal & Johnson, blacksmiths and wagon- 
makers, cor Sixth and B 

TOMB JACOB, Ice dealer; forward- 
warding and commission merchant, 
52 High 

Trayner & McCoy, livery and feed stable, 
cor C and Third 

TRICKEL WILLIAM, Liquors 
and bowling alley, 63 C 

UNION LUMBER COMPANY, 
A P Willey, President; N G Dow, Sec- 
retary; cor Fourth and C 

VANCLIEE «& COWDEN, Attor- 
neys-at-law, 58 D 

Vittc J. liquors, 154 Third 

Voss Henry, merchant tailor, 56 D 

Wagner H & Bro, stationery & toys, 71 D 



WALSH RICH ARB, Drygoods, 
112 D, cor Fourth 

Walters T, tailor, 103 Third 

WAPPEL GEORGE, Superinten- 
dent Western house, cor D and Second 

WARD WILLIAM W, Railroad 
house, CPBK depot 

Watson Thomas, bakery, 100 D 

WEARMAN & SERRET, 
uors, (Foster's bar), 58 D 

WEBER PAUL, Blacksmith 
wagonmaker, cor Fourth and A 

WEI N LANDER EDWARD 
goods, 106 D 

Wenzel Charles, hairdresser & baths 

White A B, butcher, Citv Market, Third 

WHITE, COOLEY «fc CUTTS, 
Stoves, tin, hardware, crockery, agri- 
cultural implements, windmills, etc, 
137, 139 and 141 Third 

WILLIAMSON H B, Empire Foun- 
dry, cor Fifth and F 

WOODS AMOS, Photographer, cor 
Third and D 

WOODS MATT, Sheriff, Courthouse 

WOODWARD J C, Groceries, near 
City Market, Odd Fellows' bldg, Third 

Worms Julius, clothing, 122 Third 



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Mendocino City, 

MENDOCINO COUNTY, 

Is a Pacific coast town of about 750 in- 
habitants, situated on the east coast of the 
Pacific ocean, and in the western part of 
Mendocino county. It is also called Big 
Kiver. 

BANK. OF MENDOCINO, A 

Heeser Secretary, Ukiah 

Barrv John A, barber 

BERG J A I, Tailor, Main 

Brown E, general merchandise 

CARLSON J E, City hotel, Main 

Estel Fred, saloon 

Everson A, varieties 

Forrest J M, physician 

Galbraith C H, saloon 

Gunn J, dentist 

Hanson P, bootmaker 

HEESER A, Secretary Bank of Men- 
docino, Ukiah 

Heeser W, notary public, conveyancer and 
insurance agent 

HOP W r O, Chinese bazaar, Main 

Johnson L, bootmaker 

KELLY W H, General merchandise, 
cor Main and Lansing 

Lindberg J P, saddler 

Marks S & Co, general merchandise 

McCLELLAND P H, Tailor, Main 

McCORNACK Dr W A, Physician 
and surgeon, Main 



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MEXDOCIXO LIVERY STA- 
BLE, Switzer & Boyd proprietors, 
Lansing • 

Morgan L M, postmaster; gen mdse 

Ml'RRAY J D, Drug and variety 
store, Main 

NAVARRO RIDGE HOTEL, 
Haskett Severance proprietor, Mendo- 
cino countv 

NORTON'S HOTEL, W H Norton 
proprietor, cor Lansing and Main 

NORTON W H, Proprietor Norton's 
hotel, cor Lansing and Main 

PACHECO & ALVES, Big Eiver 
house and saloon, Main 

Philbrick D 0, butcher 

POTTER E W, Stoves, tin and hard- 
ware, Main 

Eanicz M T, hotel 

Rogers A T, blacksmith 

SWAIN «V GALVIN, Proprietors 
"West Coast Star," Main 

SWITZER <fc BOYD, Proprietors 
Mendocino livery stable, Lansing 

WELLS G F, Sewing machines and 
musical instruments. Star bdg, Main 

IV EST COAST STAR, Swain & 
Galvin proprietors. Main 

VVETIIER^LL R H. Druggist. Main 

WETIIERELL R H, Jeweler and 
engraver, Main 

"Williams E C. supt Mendocino Lumber Co 

WILSON W T, Coffee saloon, Main 

Winter L G, insurance agency 

YANG SING, Sugar and tea, Main 



Merced City, 

MERCED COUNTY, 

A prosperous town in the San Joaquin val- 
ley, on the Visalia branch of the Central 
Pacific railroad, 140 miles from San Fran- 
cisco — is supported by agriculture, and 
also prominent as a point for tourists in 
visiting the Yosemite valley. 



Abbott Charles F, clerk Merced Security 

Savings Bank, Front 
Arnold J & Co, furn & bedg, Seventeenth 
Banks & Bedesen, market, Seventeenth 
BARRY Mrs P B, Millinery, dress- 
making and hair work, L 
BATES SAMIEL C, Agent Wells, 
Fargo & Co; Postmaster and insur- 
ance agent 

BEARHALD HENRY, Pumps, 

stoves, tinware, etc, Front 
Beaumont Edward, surveyor, Courthouse 
Bickford A, propr Eagle hotel, Front 
BLACKBURN J O. Att-at-law,Front 
BLAIR CHARLES 91, Cashier 

Merced Bank, Front 
BLOSS H A, Propr ELCapitan hotel 



Breen N, wagonmaker, cor Seventeenth 
and J 

BROWN S M, Liquors and oysters, 
Sixteenth 

Campbell J B. District Judge, Courthouse 
CASACCTA A R, Groceries, fur- 
nishing goods, liquors, cigars, etc, 
Front 

Castor Mrs J W, dressmaker, cor Seven- 
teenth and K 
Chichester J H, ticket agent C P R R, and 

agent A and P Telegraph Co 
Clay R S, secretary Merced Grange Ware- 
house Co, Sixteenth 
Cook J J. drugs and varieties, Front 
DeGIORGI G, Liquors, Seventeenth 
Dieckmann Peter, candv, nuts, etc 
DIXON E T, Druggist, Front 
EL CAFITAN HOTEL, H A Bloss, 

proprietor 
Evans C E, propr Merced house, Front 
Fagersteen Gustavus, photographer, Front 
| FAHEY WILLIAM, Hotel and 

liquors, Seventeenth 
FARRAR «fc STONEROAD, Pro- 
prietors ' 'Merced Express" 
FLEMING WILLIAM J, Propr 
Mariposa hotel, cor Seventeenth and K 
! FOWLER B F, Superintendent Pub- 
lic Schools, Courthouse 
GALBREATH JAMES, Liquors, 

cor M and Twentieth 
GARDINER W C, Atty-at-law, Front 
Geis Silas W, attornev-at-law, L 
GOLDMAN M, "Drygoods, clothing, 

groceries, etc, Front 
GOSSNER JOSEPH, Liquors, Sev- 
enteenth 

GRIFFIN PATRICK, Liquors, 

Seventeenth 
GIRROLA FRANCISCO, Mer- 
chant tailor. Front 
HALL THOMAS, Yosemite hair- 
dressing saloon and baths, Seventeenth 
HAMILTON E J, County Recorder 

and Auditor, Courthouse 
Hamilton Leotridas, attorney-at-law, L 
Hanson Rev A J, clergvman, (Methodist) 
HANSON I N, * Blacksmith and 

wagonmaker, Seventeenth 
HARRIS I W, Saddler and harness- 
maker, Seventeenth 
HESLER JOHN, Bootmaker, Front 
Hicks James E, Countv Clerk, Courthouse 
HICKS & SAWYER, Market, Sev- 
enteenth 

Huffman C H, grain buyer, Front 
HUNTER M J, Blacksmith, cor Sev- 
enteenth and L 
Isaacs George E, lumber yard and planing 
mills 

Jackman Edward, attornev-at-law, Front 
JACOBS JOSEPH C, Market, Front 
JAMESON M L, Jewelry and watch- 
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KING P B, Attorney-at-law, Seven- 
teenth 

KOCHER JACOB, Stoves, hardware 
and tinware, Front 

Kunzer M, brewery, Seventeenth 

Landram C & Co, books, stationery, 
musical instruments and toys, Front 

LAjVGBEIN RICHARD, Hair- 
dresser 

Law John K, District Attorney and attor- 
ney-at-law, Front 

Leeker H W, saddler and harnessmaker, 
Seventeenth 

LEESON & LEONARD, Boot- 
makers, L 

LEGGETT THOMAS A, Justice 
of the Peace, Seventeenth 

Levinsky John, drygoods, clothing, gro- 
ceries, etc, cor M and Seventeenth 

Lindsey W E, marble works, Front 

LOCKARD WALTER, Agt West- 
ern Union Telegraph Co, Sixteenth 

LOMONT «fc ELLIOTT, Carriage, 
house and sign painters, cor Fifteenth 
and M 

LVDE§€HER JOSEPH, Mer- 
chant tailor, L 

HADDOCK Mrs C V, Dressmaker, 
Seventeenth 

Mayer William, fruit and varieties, Front 

McCLENATIIAN M «fc CO, Pro- 
prietors livery stable and Coulterville 
stage company, cor Seventeenth & M 

MCDONALD WILLIAM, Black- 
smith and wagonmaker, Seventeenth 

McErlane & Farley, liquors, Front 

Mclnerny Mrs Mary, drygoods, groceries, 
etc, Seventeenth 

Meany A J, Sheriff and Tax Collector, 
Courthouse 

MERCED BANK, Charles M Blair, 
Cashier, Front 

MERCED EXPRESS, Farrar & 
Stoneroad proprs, cor L and Front 

Merced Grange Warehouse Co, Thos Upton, 
president, Sixteenth 

MERCED SECURITY SAVINGS 
BANK, Elias Perkins, President, 
Front 

MINER JAMES, Brickmason and 
contractor, cor Eighteenth and K 

Montgomery J M, President Merced Bank, 
Front 

Moran M F, proprietor Farmer's hotel, 

Seventh 

MULLER & BROWN, Blacksmiths, 

Seventeenth and J 
MURRAY P R, Wagonmaker, cor 

Seventeenth and L 
NAFEZIGER JOHN, Wagonmaker, 

(successor to Riche & Naffziger), 

Seventeenth " 
Nathan Bros, drygoods and clothing, 

Front 



OLCESE & GARIBALDI, Dry- 
goods, clothing, groceries, hardware, 
• etc, cor Front and L 
Oppenheim Benjamin, fruit and varieties, 

Front 

OSBORN BROS, Fruit and poultry, L 
PACKER E A, Restaurant and liquors, 

Constable, Front 

PERKINS ELIAS, President Merced 
Security Savings Bank, Front 

POWELL G W, Liquors, Seventeenth 

QUIGLEY W J, Livery stable, cor 
Seventeenth and L 

Reidy & Nolan, drygoods and clothing, 
cor Seventeenth and K 

REILLY «& DWYER, Liquors; 
Philadelphia Brewery depot, Seven- 
teenth 

REUTER GEORGE, Hairdresser, 

Seventeenth 
Robertson J W, County Judge, Courthouse 
Robinson John A, fruit, Front 
Rolfe Nelson, restaurant and liquors, cor 

Seventeenth and L 
Rosenthal Bros, drygoods and clothing, 

Front 

ROY URBAIN, Liquors and lodgings, 

Front 

SALTER Mrs A G, Millinery, Seven- 
teenth 

SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY AR- 
GUS, Robert J Steele, proprietor 
Schell Joseph, watchmk and jeweler, Front" 
SEARING CHARLES, Livery and 

feed stable, Seventeenth 
Silver S, varieties, Front 
Simon, Jacobs & Co, drygoods, clothing, 

groceries, furniture, etc, Front 
SMITH CHRISTOPHER C, Fine 

sheep raising 
SMITH J C, Liquors and billiards, 

Front 

SPEARS Mrs LUCY, Ladies Hair- 
dresser and hair work, Seventeenth 

SPEARS «fc McMURPHY, Black- 
smiths and wagonmakers, cor Seven- 
teenth and K 

Stanton John, propr St Louis house, Seven- 
teenth 

STAR HOTEL, Trout & Conn, pro- 
prietors, Seventeenth 
STEELE ROBERT J, Proprietor 

" San Joaquin Valley Argus " 
Steinfeldt, drygoods, clothing, etc, Front 
Toomey Wm, liquors, Front 
TROUT «fc CONN, Proprietors Star 

hotel, Seventeenth 
Turner A D, Assessor, Courthouse 
Turner Geo, Treasurer, Courthouse 
Turner W H, clerk Merced Grange ware- 
house company, Sixteenth 
Uren Samuel, restaurant, Front 
Wakefield J R, dentist, Front 
WARD R H, Attorney-at-law, Court- 
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Ward W W. physician, Front 
WASHBURN, CHAPMAN «fc 

CO, Proprietors Yosemite stage line, 
office El Oapitan hotel, and No 4 New 
Montgomery, S F 
WASHINGTON «fc RICHER, 

Physicians, Front 
Weisham Jacob, bootmaker, L 
Weisheimer A, freight agent CPE E 
Wigginton & Marks, attorneys-at-law, Front 
ZIRHER M, Cigars, tobacco and cut- 
lery, pipes and playing cards, Front 



Modesto, 

STAXISLSHtJS COUNTY. 

This thriving town is situated in the 
^beautiful and fertile valley of San Joa- 
quin, and is the county seat of Stanislaus 
county. It is connected with the princi- 
pal cities of California by the Visalia 
branch of the Central Pacific railroad. 
The chief support of this, as well as many 
other towns in that region, is agriculture. 



Alexander Mrs J S, millinery, Tenth 
ANAYA FELIS, Blacksmith, wagon- 
maker and carriage painter, Tenth 
Arend Jno, proprietor Arend house, I 
Baker Elton, County Clerk, Courthouse 
BARGER W M, Hairdresser Ninth 
BHVTLEY T S, Livery stable, cor I 
and Tenth 

BRANCH L C, Notary Public and 

searcher of records, Courthouse 
Braun Michael, brewery, cor H and Tenth 
Brichman J B, drygoods, clothing, etc 
Brown James A, grain buyer, Ninth 
BROWN WM, Photographer, Ninth 
J BURNEY JAMES, Justice of Pearce 

and Notary Public, H 
Caaebolt James W, liquors, Ninth 
Chapman J J. stoves and tinware, Ninth 
CHANTRY E R, Merchant tailo$ I, 
Christ Hermann, bakery, Tenth 
Clayes S R, druggist, H 
Cleveland & Hardestv, undertakers, H 
COLDWELL J*B, Collector, Court- 
house 

COLDWELL T A, Attorney-at.law, 

Courthouse 
Collie Alexander, watchmaker, Ninth 
Combs Bros, painters 

CORNISH E, Stoves and tinware, H 
Craig W Q, dentist, cor Ninth and H 
Cressey A L, Pres Farmers' Savings Bank 

of Stanislaus County, Ninth 
CURTIS «fc STEAD)! A N , Liq- 
uors, I 

Dallas Charles, livery & feed stable, Ninth 
OA VIS A H, Liquors; Constable and 
auctioneer, H 



OAYIES «& MEDLEY, Stationery 
varieties, music, etc, Ninth 

DAVIS <& CILLEY, Blacksmiths 
and wagonmakers, H 

Davis W H, justice of the peace, H 

DeFRATIS MAXWELL, Hair- 
dresser, Ninth 

Dettelbach Julius, drygoods, clothing, 
grocers, etc, Ninth 

Drahms Rev A, clergyman, (Congl) Mo- 
des to-st 

DRILLARD T W, Dentist, cor 
Ninth and H 

DUNCAN M S, Proprietor Stanis- 
laus hotel, Eighth 

EASTIN W W, Liquors, cor Tenth 
and I 

Farish & Co, drygoods, clothing, grocer- 
ies, cor Ninth and H 

FARMERS' SAVINGS BANK 
OF STANISLAUS COUNTY, 

L B Walthall Cashier, Ninth 
Fisher B D & Co, liquors, cor H & Tenth 
FREEMAN «fc HARTER, Black- 
smiths, cor Tenth and I 
Fuquay A F, drygoods, groceries, etc H 
Gaillet A, laundry, Eighth 
GALLO P G, Hairdresser, cor H and 
Tenth 

Garner B B, liquors, Ninth 

GILBERT I E, Drygoods, fancy 
goods, clothing and groceries, cor 
Ninth and H 

Gilliland John, druggist & stationer, Ninth 

GRIDLEY <& CO, Drygoods, cloth- 
ing, groceries and crockery, Eighth 

HALL M H, Proprietor Modesto 
house, Ninth 

Hammer A, liquors, cor Ninth and H 

HANSON H P, Watchmaker, jew- 
elry and sewing machines, H 

HEWEL & TURNER, Attorneys- 
at-law, opposite Courthouse, Eleventh 

HOLTHAM WILLIAM, Agent C 
P R R and Atlantic and Pacific Tele- 
graph Company, and Western Devel- 
opment, depot 

Howard W B, County Superintendent Pub- 
lic Instruction, Courthouse 

HUDELSON & SON, Groceries, 
crockery, drygoods and clothing, cor 
Tenth and H 

Huffman C H, grain buyer, Ninth 

HUSBAND D S, Liquors and res- 
taurant, Ninth 

HUSBAND Mrs D S, Dressmaker, 
Eleventh 

JACKSON J S, Physician, H 

JAMES H G, Market, cor H and 
Eleventh 

James J W, blacksmith, H 

JOHNSON JAMES, Bootmaker, H 

Lewis F J, furniture,- Ninth 

LOVENTHAL I S, Clothing, boots, 
and shoes, H 



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MADDUX J H «fc CO, Drygoods, 
clothing, groceries, crockery, etc, cor 
Eighth and H 

M ARTIN It P, Physician, and druggist 

MAXWELL CHARLES, Proprietor 
"Modesto Herald," Ninth 

May Robert, merchant tailor, Eighth 

McCarthy J W, grain buyer, Ninth 

McClure James, liquors, Ninth 

McCOY JOHN, Deputy Sheriff, Court- 
house 

McLEAN S M, Physician and surgeon, 
Eighth 

MERRY L, Temperance restaurant, H 

MODESTO HERALD, Charles Max- 
well, proprietor, Ninth 

MODESTO HOUSE 5 IH Hall, pro- 
prietor, Ninth 

Morris Bros, drygoods, clothing, groceries, 
etc, Ninth 

NATHAN BROS, Great Eastern 
Bazaar; drygoods, clothing, boots and 
shoes, H 

NEWMAN «fc CO, Drygoods, cloth- 
ing and groceries, I 

Perley George, grain buyer and insurance 
agent, cor Ninth and J 

Pittorf Valentine, liquors, I 

Robinson R B, County Surveyor, Court- 
house 

RODGERS JOHN, Sheriff and Tax 
Collector, Courthouse 

Ross Frank H, livery stable, and proprie- 
tor Modesto and Coulterville stage 
line, I 

Ross G W, constable 

Schell & Scrivner, attorneys-at-law, H 

SIMON JOHN, Market, I 

Snyder Adam V, liquors, cor H and 
Eleventh 

SPENCER J D, Proprietor "Stanis- 
islaus County News," cor Eleventh&I 

Spindle A J, hairdresser, cor Ninth and I 

STANISLAUS HOTEL, M S Dun- 
can, proprietor, Eighth 

Stone E T, County Judge, Courthouse 

SWAIN BROS, Hardware, agricultu- 
ral implements ; agents Wells, 
Fargo & Co, Western Union Telegraph, 
and Postofnce, Ninth 

THE GRANGE COMPANY OF 
MODESTO, Garrison Turner, 
President and Manager, Ninth 

TOOMBS G W, County Treasurer, 
Courthouse 

TRANER JAMES C, Proprietor 
Ross house, opposite depot 

Tregea Wm. harness and saddles, Ninth 

TURNER GARRISON, President 
and Manager The Grange Company of 
Modesto, Ninth 

WALLACE THOMAS, Empire 
feed stable, cor H and Eleventh 

WALTERS F K, Merchant tailor, 
Eighth 



WALTHALL L B, Cashier Farmer's 
Savings Bank of Stanislaus county, 
Ninth 

Weir Benjamin G, County Recorder and 
Auditor, Courthouse 

Wilson Thos A, County Assessor, Court- 
house 

Winning Rev E A, clergyman (Methodist) , 

Modesto-st 
WOLLNER & AUERBACH, 

Cigars, tobacco and fruit, Ninth 
WOOD «fc TURNER, Hardware and 

agricultural implements, Ninth and J 
WRIGHT C C, District Attorney and 

attorney-at-law, a Courthouse 



Mokelumne Hill, 



CALAVERAS COUNTY. 

A mining town of 1,000 inhabitants, 139 
miles from San Francisco, and connected 
with that place by railroad and stage via 
Lodi or Latrobe. 



ADAMS E C, Attorney-at-law 
Bach F, variety store and barber 
BOUCHER W K, Attorney-at-law 
BRYANT C A, Architect, carpenter 

and builder 
Burce E P, bootmaker 
CALAVERAS CHRONICLE, C 

B Higby, proprietor 
Costa M, groceries and liquors 
DAGES WEDELL, Blacksmith 
DAVIDSON «fc PEEK, General 

merchandise 
DeCHESNE HAM, Physician 
D IFF ITS O F, Justice of the Peace 
DIECKMANNj CHARLES, Car- 
penter 

Farguson Mrs M C, hotel 
FURRER JACOB, Liquors 
GARDELLA C, Wagon and car- 
' riagemaker; undertaker 
GOODRICH CHARLES, Dentist 
GOODWIN L W, Constable 
Gradwhol & Jacob, general merchandise 
Green Rev Jesse, clergyman, (Methodist) 
HADLOCK J B, Cigars, tobacco 

and liquors 
Hexter K, butcher 

HIGBY C B, Proprietor " Calaveras 

Chronicle " 
Himmighofen & Suessdorf , brewery 
HOERCHNER CHARLES, Vari- 
ety store, agent Wells, Fargo & Co 
and Telegraph 
Hooper Rev J, clergyman, (Congrega'l) 
HUTCHINSON WILLIAM H, 
Tinner 

JUNES WILLIAM, Insurance 

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Kastner S, candy store 

Lautbit, T 8, blacksmith 

LEAVITT WILLIAM H, Justice 

of the Peace and attorney-at-law 
LEGER O W, Proprietor Leger's 

hotel 

MAXWELL JOHN, Carpenter 

McFADDEN PETER, Liquors 

McLean Jobn, baker 

Mever F, hotel and restaurant 

MORRILL I> L, Carpenter 

Muths George, bootmaker 

Nye D B, groceries 

PEEK WILLIAM P, Postmaster 

Peek <fc Wells, livery stable 

Pellaton Mrs L, groceries 

RAY II. Tinsmith 

SCHLUND C, Banker, assayer and 

insurance agent; jeweler 
Unger Charles, harnessmaker 
WERLE A ALBRIGHT, Soda 

factory 

WISE R, General merchandise 



Monterey, 

MONTEREY COUNTY. 

Probably no place in California contains 
so much of interest to the traveler as Mon- 
terey. Its natural advantages are un- 
equaled in many respects. It has one of 
the finest harbors in the world, and many 
predict for it a great future as a com- 
mercial eon tor. The climate is considered 
one of the most delightful in the world, 
being neither too hot or too cold. Flowers 
bloom perpetually. For bathing purposes 
the beach is unsurpassed. There are many 
objects of historical interest in and around 
the town to attract the curious, the old 
Catholic church, built in 1794, command- 
ing undoubtedly the largest share of atten- 
tion; and all Avho devote an hour or so to 
examining its sacred precincts feel well re- 
paid for the time thus spent. Time and 
space forbid our enumerating more of this 
most interesting old town, California's 
ancient capital, and we therefore leave the 
rest for the inquirer to learn from more 
complete histoiical sketches. 



ABRECwO JOSE, General merchandise 
AUSTIN L B, Fruit, vegetables, cigars 

and varieties 
Bonny J L, livery stable 
Bostrom John, bootmaker 
BRYAN W H, Proprietor Monterey 

house and Justice of the Peace 
DODGE WALTER, Blacksmith 
Doud Francis, market 
DITRA MANUEL, Liquors 
ESCOLLE «& MANUEL, General 

merchandise 



FORBES R S, Agent Monterey and 

Salinas Valley railroad 
GIGLING VALENTINE, Beer 

saloon 

Girardin John, lodgings 

Gomez Felipe, postmaster; groceries, sta- 
tionery, etc 

HADSELL J R, Physician and drug- 
gist; stationery, wall paper & varieties 

Harris & Wise, liquors 

HOUGHTON D J, House, sign and 
carriage painter 

James W W, tinner 

K6ffie S, hairdresser, 

LAMBERT & BRO, Lumber dealers; 
forwarding and commission merchants 

LAPORTE WILLIAM, General 
merchandise 

LaROSE W L, Proprietor "Monterey 
Calif ornian" 

LITTLE LEWIS, General mer- 
chandise 

LOCHWOOD A, Proprietor Wash- 
ington hotel 
MARKS S, Drygoods and clothing 
McCLURE BROS, Watches, jewelry, 

hardware, guns, etc 
McCLURE II C, Dentist 
MILLER JOHN W, Market 
MONTEREY CALIFORNIAN, 

W L LaRose proprietor 
Morey R, liquors 

PYBURN W H, Groceries, drygoods, 
fruits, etc; agent W U Tel Co and 
secretary Monterey Coal Mining Co 
Ruiz Dionicio, liquors 
RUTTER WILLIAM, Bootmaker 
SANCHEZ ADOLF©, Liquors 
SANCHEZ AUDEL, Horseshoer 
Schmidt E H, general merchandise 
Silva M, groceries and lodgings 
SIMONEAU J, Lyons' ale depot and 
Bohemian club rendezvous; furnished 
rooms 

SNIVEL Y J B, General merchandise 

and agent Wells, Fargo & Co 
SWANK H S, Contractor and builder 
TOOTH AKER L S, Wagonmaker 
WORNES R C, Proprietor St Charles 
hotel 



Napa City, 

NAPA COUNTY, 

Is a lovely little town on the California 
Pacific railroad, in the pleasant and fertile 
valley of the same name. It is about 39 
miles from San Francisco. The support 
is agriculture. A branch of the State In- 
sane Asylum is situated in this place, 

BACHELDER J, Manager Baehelder 
Manufacturing Co and Napa Valley 
F and W Co, Suscol avenue 



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ING CO, J Bachelder Manager, 
Suscol avenue 
|*BANK OF NAPA, C Hartson Pres- 
ident, cor Main and Second 

BARTH G, Liquors and lodgings, Ger- 
man Hall, Brown 

BEGELSPACHER MAX, Star 
bakery and confectionery, First 

BERGREiV B E, Wines and liquors, 
near steamer landing. 

Blumer Jake, liquors, cor Sec and Brown 

Boggs A G, County Treasurer 

BOGGS WILLIAM M, Beal estate 
agent, and agent General Land Agency 
of California, cor First and Main 

Boreo — , groceries, clothing, drygoods, etc 

BOYNTON E N, Druggist (George 
W Lawrence manager) , 95 Main 

Brayton J G, photographer, Main 

BROOKLYN HOTEL, Mrs Mary 
Kain proprietress, Third 

Brown Mrs Lizzie, millinery and dress- 
making, Second 

Brown R H, Deputy U S Internal Revenue 
Collector, Main 

BRUCK LOUIS, Searcher of Records 
and Notary Public, Bank block 

Buchner George, furniture, Main 

Buck Rev M D, professor Napa City In- 
stitute 

BURNELL & HULL, Attorneys- 

at-law, cor Main and Third 
Clark A G & Co, hardware and farm im- 
plements, 118 Main 
CLIFFORD G B, Livery stable; 
Napa, Sonoma and Santa Rosa stage 
line, Main 
Colman F W, physician, Main 
Cooper & Co, flour mills 
CROUCH «fc JOHNSTON*fAttor- 

neys-at-law, Bank block 
Daley R H, architect, Main 
Damon Rev W C, clergyman, (Methodist) 
Davis Tho, hairdresser & baths, 52 Main 
Derby Henry F, livery stable, Second 
Be WOODY T J, County Surveyor 
. and Deputy U S Surveyor, Bank block 
Dinsmore J P, physician (homeopathic) 
Dolan M B, boots and shoes, Main 
Doanelly James, groceries, 93 Main 
DONNELLY Mrs M, Whip man- 
ufactory, Main 
DONNELLY T C, Groceries, cloth- 
ing, crockery, etc, 87 Main 
DORR M, Liquors, cigars and tobacco, 
Fourth 

EASLEY W II, Blacksmith, 154 Main 
Easterby A Y, real estate, Main 
Edgington James, livery stable, cor Main 
and Third 

Eglin Eugene, restaurant and lodgings, 
99 Main 

ELLIS F W A CO, Flour and feed 
store, 70 Main 



EPLEY T H, Confectionery and news 

agency, 91 Main 
Eyre Manuel, attorney-at-law, cor Main 

and Third 
Feige Robert, tailor, Main 
Fellers Lorenzo, supt schools, Bank block 
FISCHER FRANZ, Bootmaker, 

First 

Fitzpatrick M, painter, Third 
FRANCIS G M, Proprietor "Napa 

Register," Main 
Fraser G W, hairdresser, Second 
Fraser I K & Co, fruit, candy, tobacco 

etc, 60 Main 
Gallagher H, boots and shoes, Main 
Giesecke Ferd, hairdresser, hairwork and 

baths, Main 
GIFT «fc PURDOM, Proprietors 

"Napa Reporter," Main 
GILCHRIST IRA, Planing mill 

Main 

GILES J «fc CO, Furniture, carpets 

undertaking, etc, cor First and Brownl 
Gober Rev W R, clergyman, (Methodist) 
Goodman James H & Co, bankers, Main 
Goodwin F, physician, Main 
Gottschalk A, California wines, 125 Main 
Greenfield T G, wagonmaker, First 
Gribi R, watchmaker and jeweler, Main 
Gridley & Co, paints, oils and wall paper, 
Second 

GRIGSBY JAMES, Farmer, Berry 

essa valley 
Haas David L, books, cigars, tobacco and 

varieties, 40 Main 
HAAS «fc FORD, Drygoods and cloth- 
ing, 104 Main 
Habermabl F, liquors, Brown 
Harken Ned, liquors, Main 
HARTSON C, President Bank of 

Napa, cor Main and Second 
HARTWELL G F, Justice of the 

Peace and Notary Public, Main 
Hartwell William, agent Cal P R R, cor 

Main and Fourth 
Hatton Joseph S, hairdresser, Main 
Head George, bootmaker, 123 Main 
Henning W F, paints, oils& glass, 36 Main 
Henry Joseph, market, 64 Main 
Herring & Ford (Misses) , millinery and 

dressmaking, First 
HICKS PETER, Blacksmith and 

horseshoer, Brown 
Hostetler — , physician, Main 
Howland J H, postmaster, 91 Main 
Hunter William, blacksmith, First 
Isaacs C, clothing, 90 Main 
Jackson J A & Co, lumber, cor Main and 

Fourth 

Jaensch W, drygoods, clothing, boots, etc, 

cor Main and First 
James Bennett, Sheriff, Courthouse 
J EPSON J. Harness and saddles, Main 
KAIN Mrs MARY, Proprietress 

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KAXE «fc BARXES, Proprietors 

Napa Soap Works, 142 Main 
KATHER CHARLES «fc CO, 

Napa City market, cor Brown & First 
Kean John, Countv Assessor. Courthouse 
KELLY L, Proprietor Palace hotel, 

cor Suscol avenue and Third 
Kendig Daniel, carriage and wagonmaker, 

140 Main 

Kiefer & Smith, groceries and crockery, 
cor Main and First , 
Kimball Edwin, stoves & tinware, Brown 
Knapp H H, lumber dealer, Main 
KRE^LEY OWEN, Merchant 

tailor, Bank block 
Lamdin J F, agt Wells, Fargo & Co, First 
Lamlrigen Miss B, boarding house, Main 
LAXE C S, Dentist, Bank block 
Leach W H, physician, Phoenix blk. First 
Levensohn — , cigars, fruit and varieties, 
84 Main 

LIPMAN S «fc CO, Dry and fancy 
good s; gent's furnishing goods, Main 

Ll'CHESSA «& MINI, William Tell 
house. First 

Ll'DLOW FRED G, Druggist, First 

LYM.AX GEORGE G, Surveyor, 
Civil Engineer, U S Deputy Mineral 
Surveyor and Insurance agt,~ Bank blk 

Mabes A, boots and shoes, Main 

Maclay Rev W J, clergyman, (Methodist) 

Mallett J H, marKet, Main 

Manuel David A, blacksmith, cor Brown 
and Third 

McClelland J A & Co, groceries and crock- 
ery, 70 Main 

McEnerney Mrs M, proprietress Bail road 
house, Main 

McCUNE Mrs, Proprietress Napa 
hotel, cor Main and First 

Mellor & Sylvester, furniture, carpets and 
wall paper, 56 Main 

MICHELSON C Iff, Liquors and 
boarding house, cor Main and Fourth 

MIGLIAVACCA G, Wine manufac- 
turer. Brown 

MOODY «fc I LRICH. Blacksmiths, 
138 Main 

Morin Joseph, bakery, 150 Main 

Morris S, liquors and oysters, 85 Main 

MOUNT T N, Money broker; real es- 
and insurance agent, 91 Main 

MILLER AUGUST, Boots and 
shoes, First 

Mullci Frank, liquors, First 

MURPHY J R, Napa City bakery, 
86 Main 

NAPA COUNTY REPORTER, 

Gift & Purdom proprietors, Main 
NAPA HOTEL, Mrs MeCune, pro- 
prietress, cor Main and First 
NAPA REGISTER (Daily & Week- 
ly), G M Francis proprietor, Main 
NAPA SOAP WORKS, Kane & 
Barn ;s proprietors, 142 Main 



Napa Valley Fruit and Wine Co, J Bachel- 
der manager, Suscol avenue 

Napa Valley Savings and Loan Society, 
Richard Dudding secretary, Main 

Newell J S, books, cigars, cutlery, etc, 
91 Main 

Newhouse D, drvgoods, clothing, groceries, 

etc, cor Main and Second 
Newkorn S. cigars and tobacco, Main 
NICHOLS J E, Hairdresser, 34 Main 
Nichols J M, liquors and chop house, cor 

Main and First 
NUN AN «& CUFF, Liverv stable, 

129 Main 

NUSSRERGER JACOB, Proprie- 
tor Music Hall hotel, cor First & Brown 

O'CONNELL MAURICE, Manf 
and dealer in boots and shoes, 72 Main 

O'DAY MICHAEL, Liquors, 62 Main 

PALACE HOTEL, L Kelly proprie- 
tor, cor Suscol avenue and Third 

PARKS I> B, Harness, saddles and 
carriage trimming, 120 Main 

Pearch Charles, painter, First 

Pearson I N, glove factory, 121 Main 

Peter & Toqui, Swiss hotel, 146 Main 

Pfeifer Philip, brewery, Main 

Philbrook Miss A A, millinery, cor Second 
and Brown 

POND J E, Attorney-at-law, cor 
Main and Third 

POND M B, Physician, and proprie- 
tor Pioneer Drug Store, Main 

Preece & Gogo, merchant tailors, First 

Baney T F, propr American hotel, cor 
Main and Third 

REIMERS C, Groceries and crockery, 
cor Main and Third 

REVERE HOUSE, A B Walker, 
proprietor, Second 

Richards E J, manufacturing and analyt- 
ical chemist, Main 

ROWELL <fc CO, Poultry, Main 

Rogers Rev L L, prin Napa Institute 

Schwarz H, hardware, 89 Main 

Schmied W H B, watches & jewelry, Main 

Scott & Tool, groceries, 148 Main 

Semorile & Cenepa, groceries, First 

Shafer J O, marble works, Main 

Sheehy Albert, grain buyer, Main 

Shurtleff B, phvsician, Main 

SMITH FRANK F, Liquors, 89 
Main 

SMITH «fc PATTEN, Groceries, 
crockery, etc; auctioneers, cor Main 
and Third 

SPENCER DENNIS, District 
torney, Bank block 

STARK G A, Manufacturer 
Reeder spring bed, Second 

Steere R N, attorn ey-aWaw, Main 

Sterling & Thompson, real estate and in- 
surance, cor Main and Third 

STILL WAGON W W, Physician, 
95 Main 



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Stockford A D, painter, Third 
Stoffels & Hort, brewery, 127 Main 
STONE «fc BAKER, Hardware and 

agricultural implements; stoves and 

tinware, 67 Main 
STONE* THOMAS P, County 

Judge; attorney-at-law, Bank block 
SWAIN ?R M, Attorney-at-law, Court 

Commissioner; Justice of the Peace, 

Main 

Sweet J J, crockery and varieties, Main 

Thompson & Beard, drygoods, clothing, 
groceries, etc, Main 

THORN Mrs MARY, Pattern cut- 
ter and drafting, Second 

Throckmorton S R, jr, surveyor and civil 
engineer, Bank block 

TOWLE O W, Attorney-at-law, 92 
Main 

Turner Rev W S, clergyman, (Methodist) 

VanBaaren J, clothing, Main 

VAN BEYER P, Wine manufacturer, 
grape and brandy distiller and vine- 
gar factory, cor Main and Fourth 

Vanderlip J T, dentist, 92 Main 

VOIGT CHR, Proprietor German 
house, cor Brown and First 

VOORHEES . & ALDEN, Cloth- 
ing and furnishing goods, cor Second 
and Brown 

WAGNER JOHN, Hairdresser, Ho- 
gan's block, Main 

WALKER A B, Proprietor Revere 
house, Second 

"Wallace William C, District Judge 

WARD JOSEPH W, Jr, County 
Clerk, Recorder and Auditor, Court- 
house 

WATSON W C, Cashier Bank of 
Napa, cor Main and Second 

Wellington Miss K B, agent W U T Co, 
First 

WEST BROTHERS, Gunsmiths; 

guns, pistols and amunition, First 
Whitman R carriage trimmer, Third 
Wiprut Morris, merchant tailor, 119 Main 
Wolf & Wagener, liquors, Main 
WOLFE JOHN F, Fruits, candy, 

tobacco, toys, etc, cor Main and Twen- 

WRIGHT «fc FOWLER, Black- 
smiths and wagonmakers, Third 
Zollner & Even, Central Market, Second 



Nevada City, 

NEVADA COUNTY, 

Situated but 4 miles from Grass Valley, 
has an advantage over that place from its 
local position, and being the county seat. 
It is one of the finest mining towns of the 
State, its mines yielding it is said upwards 
of $1,000,000 annually. It has an excel- 



lent agricultural district surrounding it, 
which adds very materially to its wealth, 
but its chief support is its mineral pro- 
ductions. Its population numbers 3,500. 



Allen Mrs C, restaurant, Commercial 
Anderson John, attorney-at-law, Broad 
BALTZ «fe GUENTHER, Liquors,. 

13 Commercial 
Barton A, horseshoer, 13 Main 
BARTON WILLIAM, Blacksmith 

and wagonmaker, Broad 
Baruh A, liquors, Commercial 
BECKMAN C, Liquors, cor Broad 

and Pine 

BELDEN P H, Drugs, books and 

stationery, cor Commercial and Pine 
Bigelow E W & Co, groceries, Commercial 
BLACK WILLIAM, Groceries, fruit 

and vegetables, 17 Commercial 
Blasauf John, brewery, Spring 
BLUMENTHAL A, Drygoods and 

carpets, cor Broad and. Pine 
Bobo C D, physician, cor Commercial and 

Pine 

BRA NO C J, Jewelry, 60 Broad 
BRANDT AUGUST, Liquors, 72 

Broad 

BROWN «& WATSON, Proprietors 
"Nevada Daily Transcript," Commer- 
cial 

Bushell Louis, blacksmith, Coyote 
CALDWELL J I, Attorney-at-law 

and Notary Public, 42 Broad 
CALDWELL JOHN, County Judge 

and attorney-at-law, Courthouse 
Casper K, clothing, cor Pine & Commercl 
Caswell T H, attorney-at-law, Broad 
CHARLES E W, Physician, 62 Broad 
CITIZENS' BANK, John T Morgan, 

Cashier, 41 Broad 
CLANCY PATRICK, Blacksmith 

and wagonmaker, Broad 
CLARK C R, Sheriff, Courthouse 
CLUTTER SAMUEL, Wagonmaker, 

Broad 

Coe W R, boots and shoes, cor Commercial 

and Main 
Colley James, market, 48 Broad 
CONLAN ROGER, Liquors; sole 

dealer in Milwaukee beer, 68 and 70 

Broad 

Costello F, liquors, Commercial 
CUNNINGHAM <& TROTTER, 

Eureka Express Company, Broad 
DAVIS Z P, Gunsmith., machinist and 

locksmith, 69 Broad 
Dicker man J C, carpr & upholstr, Church 
Downing J W, tailor, 33 Main 
DREYFUSS LOUIS W, Brewery 

44 Spring 

EDDY S A, Proprietor National Ex- 
change hotel, Broad 

EILERMAN F, Proprietor Stumpf's 
hotel, 63 Broad 



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ENDRICKS «fc BROWN, Board- 
ing house. Commercial 

FAY JAMES, Hairdresser, Union 
hotel 

Ferrand Charles, photographer, Pine 
Ford Mrs Nat, laundry, Commercial 
GARTH E LEOPOLD, Justice of 
the Peace and Notary Public; 
Searcher of Records, 36 Broad 
GAULT ALEX, Bakery and gro- 
ceries, 76 and 78 Broad 
GAYLARD E H, District Attorney 

and attorney-at-law, Courthouse 
Gillet Felix, hairdresser, 63 Pine 
GOD AIR LEWIS, Hairdresser, 40 
Broad 

GRAY A GIL9IAET, Cigars and 

tobacco, Broad 
Groves W C, undertaker, Broad 
GFILD F G, General auctioneer and 

furniture, 48 Broad 
HANSON A WADSWORTII, 
Groceries, mining tools and willow- 
ware, 59 Broad 
HARRISON JOHN H, City 

market, 69 Broad 
HASH INS H H, Postmaster, Broad 
Hassell J C, hairdresser, Commercial 
Hcnwood A, fruit, tobacco, etc, Main 
Herzinger John, bootmaker, 61 Pine 
Holmes Wm, harness and saddles, cor 

Main and Coyote 
HOOK JOHN F, Bootmaker, 11 

Commercial 
HUGHES GEORGE HI, Planing 

mill and sash factory, Pine 
Hl'RST JOHN, Bakery, Commercial 
HUGHSON F E, Dentist, cor Broad- 
way and Pine 
HI NERFAFTH F, Liquors, Pine 
HINT R M, Physician, cor Broad and 
Pine 

Hupp George S, attorney-at-law, Broad 
HYMAN RROS, Clothing, boots and 

shoes, hats and caps, cor Broad & Pine 
ISOARD A, Wholesale liquors, 61 

Broad 

JACK. JOHN, Cigars, tobacco, candy, 
nuts, etc, 67 Pine 

Jacobs L & Bro, drvgoods, 54 Broad 

JOHNSON «fc CROSS, Attorneys- 
at-law, Broad 

JOHNSON T A, Fish market, 19 Com- 
mercial 

Johnston J E, furniture, Commercial 
JOHNSTON W J, Hardware, iron, 
steel, stoves, tinware and crockery, 27 
and 29 Main 
Jones & Keith, blacksmiths and box factorv 
KENT CHARLES, Market, Com- 
mercial 

KINKEAD JAMES, Upholsterer, 

Commercial 
KISTLE JOHN, Liquors, cor Pine 

and Spring 



Kitz Frank C B, liquors, cor Pine and 

Commercial 
Klingenspor & Walters, hairdressers and 

baths, Broad 
Knowlton N W, watches and jewelry, 

Broad 

KORNHAMMER CHR, Boot- 
maker, 64 Broad 
Lademan A, groceries, Commercial 
Lester & Mulloy, groceries and crockery, 
52 Broad 

LONG W D, Attorney-at-law and 

Notary Public, 38 Broad 
LOTZ HENRY, Liquors, depot 
Luetje F C, watchmaker, 60 Broad 
Lutz B, bootmaker, Broad 
MARSH M L «fc I>, Lumber dealers, 

Bowlder 
Martin J, bootmaker, Main 
McCauley Hugh, cigars and tobacco, 

Broad 

Miller B H, clothing, Broad 
Miller F B, civil engineer, 52 Pine 
MILLS II C, President Board of 

Trustees; feed stable, Pine 
MONRO JAMES, Market, Commer- 
cial 

Montell Oscar D, restauraut, Commercial 
MORGAN JOHN T, Cashier Citi- 
zens' Bank, 41 Broad 
MORRISON R B, City Marshal, 
Broad 

NAFFZIGER & EL'STIS, Market, 
21 Commercial 

NAFFZIGER JACOB, Proprietor 
Union hotel, Main 

NEVADA DAILY TRAN- 
SCRIPT, Brown & Watson pro- 
prietors, Commercial 

NEVADA GAS COMPANY, B 
T Allen, Superintendent, 1 Coyote 

Nivens Archie, Jr, cigars, tobacco, varie- 
, ties: Manager W U Tel Co, Pine 

OTT JAMES J, Assayer, 30 Main 

PATTINSON THOMAS, Miner, 
res Little York 

PETTI T JAMES V, Keystone sa- 
loon, Commercial 

Pingree Mrs I O, Liquors, Pine 

Powell & Naffziger, liquors, Main 

PRESTON E M, Druggist, cor 
Broad and Pine; President Citizens' 
Bank 

Beardan T B, District Judge, Courthouse 
RICHARDS WILLIAM S, Pro- 
prietor New York hotel, Broad 
Bobinson C F, groceries, Broad 
ROGERS J J, County Recorder, 

Courthouse 
ROLFE I J, Collector Internal Rev- 
enue, Broad 
Rosenberg Bros, drygoods, Broad 
ROSENTHAL A, Cigars, tobacco, 
nuts, candy and varieties, 23 Commer- 
cial 



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RUDOLPH J F, Druggist, 66 Broad 
RUDOLPH Mrs J F, Photogra- 
pher, 66 Broad 
SCHMITTBURG «fc HENXE- 

MANN, Liquors, Broad 
Schockan & Bro, fish and vegetables, Com- 
mercial 

Scott William, constable, 36 BrOad 

SEARL.ES XI EES, Attorney-at-law, 
opposite C urthouse 

SEYMOUR CHARLES H, Sur- 
veyor; mining engineer; miner, Main 

SHADDUCK & GRAHAM, Liv- 
ery and transient stable 

SHEARER G W, Cigars, candy, 
nuts and liquors. Broad 

SIGOURNEY W A, Crockery and 
wall paper; paints, oils and plated- 
ware, 18 and 20 Commercial 

SLOAN ALEXANDER, Liquors, 
48 Broad 

SMITH PALMER, County Sur- 
veyor; civil and mining engineer, 
Courthouse 

South Yuba Canal Company, J E Brown, 
secretary, Commercial 

STERLING Mrs M A, Millinery, 
drygoods and fancy goods, Commer- 
cial 

Stewart Robert, upholsterer, Broad 
Stoddard S W, bootmaker, 74 Broad 
Sutton & Judge, groceries, Commercial 
TAM A, Oysters and confectionery, 50 
Pine 

THOM «fc ALLAN, Foundry, Spring 
THOSS Mrs F, Dressmaker and 

milliner, Broad 
Tower A D, agt Wells, Fargo & Co, Broad 
TILLY N C, Agent N C N G R R, 

depot 

TURNER GEORGE E, Hardware, 

stoves, crockery, etc, 57 and 59 Pine 
Urmv Rev W S, clergyman, (Methodist) 
VALANTINE HENRY W, Phy- 
sician, Pine 
V FLUME COMPANY, Dealers 
in and manufacturers of wood and 
lumber 

VON BUELOW FREDERICK, 

Physician, Broad 
WALLING J M, Attorney-at-law 

and Notary Public, cor Broad and Pine 
WEBBER JOHN, Deputy County 

Clerk, Courthouse 
Weiss E, brewery 

WELCH GEORGE W, Books, 
statioue»y, music, pianos and organs; 
news, Broad 

WELLINGTON D, Livery stable, 
Broad 

WHITE JAMES D, County Clerk 

and Auditor, Courthouse 
Withington G E, painter, Broad 
Wolf William, groceries, Main 



Nortonville, 

CONTEA COSTA COUNTY, 

A small town near Mount Diablo, sup- 
ported by coal mining. 



BERRY J L, Physician 

Christensen N, hardware 

Conro & Dodge, general merchandise 

Danziger H, tailor 

Davis Mrs WED, hotel and saloon 

Davis B, boarding house 

Gagen John, livery stable 

Gwynn & Tyler, hotel 

Havard T D, liquors 

Hund Fred, barber 

Jones John B, constable 

Moore & Co, butchers 

Morgans Morgan, superintendent Black 
Diamond Coal Co 

Nooks William G, butcher 

ROZSAS H, Phvsician 

SCHWARTZ G H, Liquors 

SENDERMANN A, General mer- 
chandise 

Sharp W, liquors 

SHRADER S R, Bootmaker 

Thomas H, bootmaker 

Thomas H M, hotel 

Tingman William J, agt W, F & Co, post- 
master and telegraph operator 
WATSON A P, Liquors 
Woodruff D S, druggist & justice of peace 



Oakland, 

ALAMEDA COUNTY. 

Is situated on the east shore of San Fran- 
cisco Bay, opposite and about six miles 
distant from San Francisco. The city re- 
ceives its name. from groves of evergreen 
oaks, which covered the ground which it 
now occupies. It is a beautiful and 
rapidly growing city, its population hav- 
ing increased about 19,000 in the past five 
years, it now numbering 30,000. It is the 
cenetr of the railroad system of the Pacific 
coast. Its educational facilities are un- 
limited. The University of California is 
located at Berkeley, a village it may be 
said in the suburbs of Oakland. Several 
private schools and seminaries of excel- 
lence are located here, and the public 
schools are of a high order. The State 
asylum for the education of the deaf, mute 
and blind is particularly interesting to vis- 
itors. The climate is probably the most 
healthful and desirable of any city in the 
State, it never being subject to the exces- 
sive heat of the interior towns, and pro- 
tected from the winds and fogs which at 



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seasons of the year renders living in San 
Francesco very unpleasant. 

Adams J S, physician, cor Broadway and 
Tenth 

Adams M, grocer, cor Fifth and Franklin 

Agard A H, physician, NE cor Twelfth 
and Broadway 

ALAMEDA COUNTY GAZ- 
ETTE, Powers & Chamberlin pro- 
prietors, 911 Broadway 

ALAMEDA IRON WORKS, cor 
Second and Franklin, E E Walker 
& Co, proprietors 

ALAMEDA MACADAMIZING 
CO, F E Weston, president; T P 
Wales, secy, 954 Broadway 

Alexander I, boots and shoes, 815 Bdwy 

ALLEN T H, Horseshoer and black- 
smith, 908 Franklin 

Allen M W, carriage maker, cor Tenth & 
Frank J in 

Alliot E, barber, Sixth near Broadway 
American Dist Tel Co, B R Bates, supt, 

Ninth near Broadway 
Ames H M & Co, wholesale butchers, 14 

Central block, cor Broadwy & Twelfth 
Ames John, clerk police court, 8 city hall 
Anderson John, cleaner and dyer, 464 

Twelfth 

Arnold T J, City Engineer, 10 city hall 

Artman P, horseshoer, 958 Franklin 

Ash Hfnrv, tinsmith, 817 Broadway 

ATKINSON G D, Fruit and grocer- 
ies, Broadway near Fourteenth 

Auld R, stationery, 457 Ninth 

AUSTIN A C, Supt Alameda Iron 
Works, cor Second and Franklin 

AYERS D M, Livery, cor Seventeenth 
and San Pablo avenue 

Babcock & Douglas, plumbing and tin- 
ning, 460 Twelfth 

Babcock & Gould, flour mills, Third, bet 
Broadway and Franklin 

BABCOCK H P (M D), Physician, 
NW cor Washington and Tenth 

Bacon Miss E R, dressmaker, 462 Twelfth, 
room 16 

Bacon James H, confectionery, 965 Bdwy 
Baker & Hanchette, music, 1163 Broadway 
Baker Mrs A S, dressmaker, 27 and 28 

Central block 
Baker Peter, grocer, 823 Broadway 
BALDWIN A, Proprietor Sunnyside 

house, cor Thirteenth and Harrison 
Baldwin D M & Co, druggists, 1055 Bdwy 
Baldwin, Reilay & Bradway, physicians, 

1059 Broadway 
Ballantyne William, painter, cor Four- 
teenth and Franklin 
Bankhead & Sons, furniture, 811 Bdwy 
Barbagelata F & Co, hardware, crockery, 

etc, 1070 Broadway 
Barber E T, physician, 859 Broadway 
Barker Frank, furniture, 468 Eighth 



Barnett E, drygoods, 825 Broadway 
Bartels Charles, barber, 457 Seventh 
Bates B R, agent W U Tel Co and Ameri- 
can Dist Tel Co, cor Ninth and Bdwy 
Bates C D, Supt Alameda McAdamizing 

Co, 954 Broadway 
BAUDER «fc CO, Hotel and restau- 
rant, 833 Broadway 
BAUER CHRISTIAN, Liquors, 
Broadway, bet Eighteenth and Nine- 
teenth 

BAUER JOHN, Liquors & billiards, 

810 Broadway 
Beardsley W D, livery stable, Franklin 

near Third 
Beaudry & McAvoy, undertaktrs and liv- 

erv stable, cor Seventh and Broadway 
BECHT GEORGE J, Plumber and 

gasfitter, 1014 Broadway 
BECK W T, Liquors, 703 Broadway 
Behrmann C, liquors, 560 Franklin 
Bell J K, fruit, poultry and vegetables, 5, 

7 and 9, City market 
BENEDICT & AYER, Real estate 

agents, 917 Broadway 
BENEDICT NEWTON, Notary 

Public, 917 Broadway 
Bentley W R, hotel, cor Fourteenth and 

Clay 

Berger L P, watches and jewelry, 967 
Broadway 

Berkley Water Works Co, F Chappellet, 
prest; F G- Low, jr, secy, 472 Seventh 
Bernard A C, pawnbroker, 460 Sixth 
Bernstein E, drygoods, 813 Broadway 
Berrett P, market, 835 Washington 
Bettman Mrs J J, millinery, 1000 Bdwy 
BETZ PHILLIP, Liquors, cor 

Franklin and Seventh 
Bigelow E, real estate agent, 900 Broadway 
Bigelow T B, real estate, 900 Broadway 
Bishop A W, attorney-at-law, 921 Bdwy 
Blake Mrs G F, millinery, 1015 Broadway 
Blaze — , saloon, Twelfth n Lake Merritt 
BLETHEN «fc TERRY, Planing 

mill, cor First and Broadway 
Bliven & Taylor, soda manufacturers, cor 

Franklin and Thirteenth 
BLOCK E D <& CO, Drygoods, NW 

cor Broadway and Ninth 
Bloom G, grocer, 951 Franklin 
Bluett Mrs — , propr Fremont house, San 
Pablo ave bet Sixteenth and Seven- 
teenth 

Boardman W F, assessor, 3 Courthouse 

Bocqueraz P, liquors, cor Seventh and 
Washington 

Borein P R, deputy treasurer, Courthouse 

Borrelle J, tailor, 373 Eleventh 

Boslee Mme C, dress, mantle and habit 
maker, 464 Twelfth 

Bondreau & Pothier, harness & saddlery, 
Third near Broadway 

Bourgin P, lock and gunsmith, 660 Wash- 
ington 



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Bowie G- W, attorney-at-law, 859 Broadwy 
Bowman H, druggist, 913 Broadway 
Bradley C H, liquors, 802 Broadway 
Brandstatter Jos, bakery, 908 Broadway 
BREDHOFF CHARLES, Wash- 
ington Brewery, cor Sixth and Broad- 
way 

BRINK M, Hatter, 925 Broadway 
Briones G, barber, 844 Broadway 
BROAD CHARLES A, Boots and 

shoes, 952 Broadway 
BROXSOX & IIAGAR, Agents New 

American sewing machine, 470 Twelfth 
Brown & Parritt Misses, dressmaking, 472 

Twelfth 

Brown James, livery stable, 808 Broadway 
Brown P A, agt hygenic filter, 464 Ninth 
BROWN S A, Dexter stables, cor Har- 
rison and Twelfth 
Brown W F, jeweler, 867 Broadway 
Bruce S A, agent Howe sewing machine, 

474 Eighth 
Bruning Bros, candy manufacturers, 833 
Broadway 

BUCK & McCOURT, Importers & 
•wholesale dealers in wines and liquor, 

1152 Broadway 
Buckley Frank, jr, cigars, tobacco and 

moneybroker, cor Broadwy & Seventh 
Burgess Robert, furniture, etc, 717 Bdwy 
Burner & Young, brick builders, foot of 

Franklin 

Burnham, Standeford & Co, planing mill, 

cor First and Washington 
Burns & Cruff (Misses), dressmakers, 960 

Washington 
Burns, Whitman & Gardiner, wholesale & 

retail grocers, NW cor Broadway and 

Tenth 

Bushell E A, sign painter and decorator, 

462 Twelfth 
Bushell Mrs E A, lodging house, 462 

Twelfth 

Butler & Bowman, job printers, 468 Ninth 
Butterfield A J, blacksmith, Tenth near 
Franklin 

Byrne P W, attorney-at-law, 859 Broadwy 
Cadogan, Smith & Co, groceries, crockery 

and liquors, cor Twelfth and Broadwy 
Cahn Phillip, liquors, 462 Sixth 
Cal Fire and Waterproof Paint Co, T R 

Posey manager, 555 Broadway 
CALIFORNIA POTTERY AND 

TERRA COTTA COMPANY, 

S Winsor Manager, cor Fourteenth 

and Broadway 
Camilloni Joseph & Son, fish market, 9 

City market 
Campbell & Spiars, oyster and chop 

house, 19, 21 and 23 City market 
Campbell E H, liquors, 461 Seventh 
Campbell F M, supt schools, city hall 
Capell James R, bookkeeper for DrDM 

Baldwin & Co, 1055 Broadway 



CAPITOL HOTEL,' E R Francis 
proprietor, cor Franklin and Eleventh 
Care M T, tailor, 424 Ninth 
CARMICHAEL, YOUNG «& CO, 

Carpenters and builders, Eighth, bet 

Franklin and Webster 
Carney J, liquors, 417 Seventh 
Caro Samuel, clothing, 901 Broadway 
Carpenter W H, livery stable, Broadway, 

near First 

Carrique E T, insurance agent, 460 Eighth 
Carter John, tailor, 466 Eighth 
Cary L H, health officer, city hall 
Case E, real estate, Broadway, bet Seven- 
teenth and Eighteenth 
CASEY M <fc SON, Horseshoers and 

farriers, 418 Seventh 
Cassidy & Co, mai-ket, cor Fifth and Bdwy 
CASTELLO «& WHITEHEAD, 

Attorneys-at-law, 828 Broadway 
Castro C, liquors, San Pablo avenue and 

Seventeenth 
Castro L, countv surveyor, 4 Courthouse 
CENTRAL LAND CO (THE), 
F B Haswell Manager, NE cor Broad- 
way and Ninth 
CENTRAL PACIFC HOTEL, E 
Reid proprietor, cor Webster and 
Eleventh 

ChanaronH, barber, cor Eleventh & Bdwy 
Chappellet F, Pacific Stone Co and Berke- 
ley Water Works Co, 472 Seventh 
Charpentir Pierre, grocer, 612 Franklin 
Chebot A, manager Contra Costa Water 

Co, 458 Eighth 
Cheminant A S, deputy recorder, Courthse 
Chew Lee & Co, cigars, 812 Broadway 
CHRISTIE ROBERT J, Attorney- 
at-law, 1004 Broadway 
Classon & Trost, hairdressers, 1010 Bdwy 
Clavelot A, sawmaker, 411 Seventh 
CLIFFORD T C, Livery and board- 
ing stable, 411 Thirteenth 
CLIVIO «fc CAVAGNARO, Fruits, 
candy, nuts, etc : 861 & 920 Broadway 
Coe John T, collector, 921 Broadway 
Coffee & Furst, drygoods, 835 & 837 Bdwy 
Cohn C, tailor, Eighth, near Washington 
Cohn S A, tailor, 469 Seventh 
Coindre Mrs F, fruit-?, etc, 669 Broadway 
COLE R E, Dentist, NW cor Eleventh 

and Broadway 
COLE W J, Wood, coal, hay, grain 

and feed, 410 and 416 Ninth 
Collins Jeremiah, fruits, nuts, etc, 661 

Broadway 
Commercial College, 454 Twelfth 
Connell Maria, dressmaking, 321 Twelfth 
Contra Costa Water Co, A Chebot man- 
ager, 458 Eighth 
Cook Mrs P, dressmaking, 469 Twelfth 
Coolbrith J D, Oakland library, cor Four- 
teenth and Washington 
COONEY PETER E, Liquors, City 
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COPLIN A, General agent for Dr War- 
ner's utility adjustable table and cor- 
sets, 470 Twelfth 

Cordes Herman, broom factory, Sixth, 
near Broadway 

^Cornor C W, boo'ts and shoes, 474 Eighth 

Courvoisier F L, grocer, cor Webster and 
.Eighth 

Craig H A, secretary Home Mutual Insur- 
ance Co, cor Ninth and Broadway 

Craig W H, dentist, NW cor Eleventh and 
Broadwav 

Cronins J M," Mqnors, 409 and 411 Twelfth 
Cropper W L, carpenter, 361 Ninth 
Crosley J S, produce, game and poultry, 

1. 3 and 15 city market 
Crouch T S, harness, 464 Twelfth 
CtMJIINS A R «& CO, Country 

produce, 12 and 14 city market 
Cuningham Mrs M, milliner, 960 Bdwy 
Cushing & Byder, grocers, cor Ninth and 

Washington 
Cushing Clinton, physician, 924 Broadway 
DAILY EVENING DEMO- 
CRAT, John Wanless Manager, 474 
Twelfth 

Dalion E J, new market, 420 Ninth 
Dalziel & Moller, plumbers and gasfitters, 

1151 Broadway 
Dalziel James, stoves & tinware, 1153 Bdwy 
Dam & Co, real estate, Ninth, near Bdwy 
Daniel S F, attorney-at-law, 456 Eighth 
Daniels & Porter, printers, 456 Eighth 
DAKGIE W E, Manager "Oakland 

Evening Tribune," 911 Broadway 
Davis H, furniture, 718 Broadway 
Davis James P, liquors, 377 Eleventh 
Davis M, tailor, 962 Broadway 
Davis P E, sewing machine agt, 1012 Bdwy 
Day Clinton, architect, cor Twelfth & Bdwy 
DeFORREST «fc CO, Job printers, 

828 Broadway 
De La MOMiNYA M, Dealer in 
ranges, stoves and tinware, 1011 Broad- 
way, bet Tenth and Eleventh 
Degen George F, principal school, Thir- 
teenth, near Franklin 
Deming Jay, agent Whitney & Co's ex- 
press, 855 Broadway 
Dick B C, insurance agt, cor Tenth & Bdwy 
Dick William & Co, drygoods, 478 Ninth 
Diering Henry, merchant tailor, 1018 Bdwy 
Dillon Joseph M, City Assessor, 1 city hall 
DIXS.HORK WILLIAM G, Drug- 
gist, 1059 Broadway 
Dodge S J, Cosmopolitan lodging house, 

859 Broadway 
Doe Luke, real estate, 958 Broadway 
DONAH IE R J, Bestaurant, 460 
Seventh 

Donavan & Son, architects, 456 Eighth 
Dorsch Charles, tailor, Sixth, near Bdwy 
DOVE Mrs J D, Ladies' hairdresser, 
903 Webster 



Drake A H, market, 1222 Broadway 
Drommer H, market, 911 Washington 
Durham & Buffett, carriagemakers, cor 

Eighth and Washington 
Durham Mrs J P, milliner, 465 Ninth 
Dusinbury Myron T, notary public, NE 

cor Twelfth and Broadway 
EAGLE HOUSE. James Smith pro- 
prietor, Bro*adway, bet First & Second 
Eaton William H, proprietor Commercial 

College, 454 Twelfth 
Eichler — , physician, cor Ninth & Washn 
Eland K, proprietor Eland house, cor 

Seventh and Franklin 
Ellsworth Mrs L, dressmaking, 409 Twlfth 
Eureka Hotel, H H Meyer proprietor, cor 

Seventh and Washington 
Everson W & M, hardware, 927 Broadway 
Fabrique B C, agent Kohler, Chase & Co, 

1208 Broadway 
Fallmer R F, cabinetmaker, 423 Tenth 
Farley Eben C, deputy clerk, Courthouse 
FARNO A C, Collector, cor Seventh 

and Washington 
Farrell John, liquors, cor Third & Bdwy 
Farwell & Hirshberg, furnishing goods, 

1103 Broadway 
Felver D, cigars and tobacco, NW cor 

Twelfth and Broadway 
Fennessy John, liquors, 863 Broadway 
Field E G, penmanship instructor, 476 

Twelfth 

First National Gold Bank, V D Moody 
prest; G M Fisher cashr, 969 Bdwy 

Fletcher Thomas H, grainer, cor San 
Pablo avenue and Eighteenth 

Fletcher Thomas H, city gardens, cor 
Seventh and Jefferson 

FOREST CITY HOTEL, J M Stew- 
ard propr, cor Ninth and Washington 

Foulkes James F, physician, 11 Central 
block, cor Broadway and Twelfth 

Fowler D C, bakerv, Bdwv, nr Fourteenth 

FREEMAN «& JAFFE, Coal and 
wood, Eighth, bet Bdwy and Franklin 

FRANCIS S, Merchant tailor, 1006 
Broadway 

FRANCIS E R, Proprietor Capitol 

hotel, cor Franklin and Eleventh 
Frank Charles, agent Broadway brewery, 

SW cor Franklin and Tenth 
Frank Olcese, candy & fruits, 658 Seventh 
Franke B, sausage, 712 Broadway 
Fuller F O, insurance agt, 857 Broadway 
Furniss Miles, restaurant, 472 Broadway 
Gage J C, lodging house, 1156 Broadway 
Gardiner J J, real estaie and insurance 

agent, 464 Ninth 
GARNER H, Franklin house, cor 

Fifth and Franklin 
GARREGAN J H, Paints, oil, glass, 

etc, 864 Broadway 
Gaskill B C, agent W, F & Co, 472 Ninth 
Gates A, superintendent Dexter stables, 

cor Harrison and Twelfth 



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GA1JDIN J, Wholesale dealer, liquors 

and wines, 840 Broadway- 
Gay & Schade, market, cor Seventh and 

Myrtle 

GEMMELL A, Plumber, and dealer 
in stoves and tinware, 820 Broadway 

George H W, ins agency, 1004 Broadway 

Gerhardy Phillip J, manager San Fran- 
cisco market, 829 Broadway 

Ghirardelli & Petar, wholesale liquors, 
SE cor Broadway and Twelfth 

Gibbons James, Mechanics' hotel, 416 
Seventh 

Gihn Lawrence, liquors, 661 Broadway 
GILCREST S F, Attorney-at-law, SE 

cor Ninth aud Broadway 
GILMORE ROBERT «& CO, 

Horseshoers, Twelfth, near Harrison 
Gladding & Surryhne, real estate, 483 

Ninth, cor Washington 
Gladding Bros, storage, First, nr Jefferson 
GLADDiXG, McBEAN A CO, 
Manufacturers vitrified iron, stove, 
sewer and irrigating pipes, 408 & 410 
Eleventh; manfy, Lincoln, Placer Co 
Glascock John B, District Atty, Courthse 
GLASCOCK W H, Attorney-at-law, 

921 Broadway 
Glenn James T, capitalist, 917 Broadway 
Golden Gate Academy, Haskias & Kellogg 

principals, Academy Hill 
GOLDEN STAR HOTEL, Bauder 

& Co proprietors, 833 Broadway 
GoldinerC, tailor, 700 Broadway 
GORDON J S G, Ice depot, 469 Ninth 
GOTCHET «fc CO, real estate, cor 

Seventh and Broadway 
Gowanlock James, carriage shop, Broad- 
way, bet Second and Third 
Graham W M, attorney-at-law and justice 

of the peace, 470 Seventh 
GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL, 
Vaughn & Fuhr proprietors, Twelfth, 
bet Harrison and Webster 
Gray Simon, merchant tailor and dyer, 

915 Seventh 
Grear Miss B G, millinery and dressmak- 
ing, 1210 Broadway 
Green J, boots and shoes, 904 Broadway 
Greenhood J & Bros, drygoods, 1053 Bdwy 
Grieszer John, bootmaker, 420 Eleventh 
Grosso & May, hardware and cutlery, 

1008 Broadway 
Guernsey A A & Co, real estate, 906 Bdwy 
Hahn William, manr of market,911 Washu 
Hall Mrs T F, dress and cloak making, 

cor Webster and Thirteenth 
HALE AH AN J, Liquors, 821 Bdwy 
Hallahan T, barber, 834 Broadway 
HAM PEE H F, Carriagemaker, 342 
Twelfth 

Hanifin J J, liquors, NW cor Bdwy and 
Seventh & SW cor Bdwy & Fourteenth 

Hannah Mrs M E, lodging house, 476 
Twelfth 



Hanson C S, carpenter, Franklin, near 

Eleventh 

HAQUETTE A E, Liquors and bil- 
liards, Grand Central hotel 

HARD R R <& CO, Livery and sale 
stable, 457 Eighth 

Hardy W B, books & stationery, 959 Bdwy 

Harris Bros, clothing & tailors, 903 Bdwy 

Haskins & Kellogg, principals Golden 
Gate Academy 

Haswell F B, manager The Central Land 
Co, NE cor Ninth and Broadway 

Hauschildt Henry, boots and shoes, 1057 
Broadway 

Havens J F, attorney-at-law, 1069 Bdwy 
Hayes P, liquors, cor Fourth & Broadway 
Healy M J, merchant tailor, 1056 Bdwy 
Healy Patrick J, bootmaker, 468 Eighth 
HEED «fc NELLER Liquors, bil- 
liards and cigars, 1226 Broadway 
Held Ernst, barber, 319 Twelfth 
Helmer William, undertaker, 1112 Bdwy 
Helmke & Brunje, family grocers, NW cor 

Twenty-first and Broadway 
Hendry Mrs B, dressmaker, cor Twelfth 

and Washington 
HENINGER FRED, Bootmaker, 

51 San Pablo avenue 
Henry A C, president Union National Gold 

Bank, cor Ninth and Broadway 
HENRY GEORGE, Money broker, 

907 Broadway 
Heppner Phil, cigars & tobacco, 831 Bdwy 
Hernandez B S, notions and furnishing 

goods, cor Twelfth and Franklin 
Heyer H, liquors, 842 Broadway 
HILL M T, Boots and shoes, 716 Bdwy 
Hirshberg & Greenbaum, clothing, 871 

Broadway 

Hirshburg & Morrison, boots and shoes, 
1101 Mt Broadway 

Hitchcock W F, fire insurance agency, 
958 Broadway 

Hodgdon John, fruits and produce, junc- 
tion Telegraph avenue and Broadway 

Holcomb & Outram, boot and shoe store, 
1163 Broadway 

Holland D, bowling alley, 914 Franklin 

Homan M S, jewelry, 1059 Broadway 

Hook Elisha, carpets and furniture, 
1112 and 1114 Broadway 

HORTON RICHARD, Grocer, 771 
Seventh, near Market 

Hoskins William, notary public and com- 
missioner of deeds, 909 Broadway 

How J E, paints, oils and glass, cor Ninth 
and Broadway 

Howlett W, boarding, First, near Bdwy 

Hunt Millan, livery stable, Fourteenth, 
near Centennial hotel 

Hutchinson James M, florist & seedsman 
475 Fourteenth 

Hyde E H, varieties, 1167 Broadw-ay 

Hyde Mrs T J, stamping & fancy needle 
work, 458 Twelfth 



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1069 Broadway 
Ingram H, straw works, 468 Ninth 
Jackson R F, propr Nicholl house, cor 

Ninth and Broadway 
J AC OB II. Tailor, 472 Eighth 
J A II \ «fc SCHOLL, Gunsmith and 

machinist, Tenth near Franklin 
Jans Obbe, liquors, 459 Seventh 
Jayne A H, Police judge, Eighth city hall 
Johnson A Berry, carpenters, Seventh bet 

Broadway and Franklin 
Johnson Perry, City marshall 5 city hall 
Johnson Wm, bootmaker, Sixth near 

Broadway 
Jones C, grocer, 1171 Broadway 
|onea C H it Co, market, San Pablo avenue 
Jones Mrs M J, millinery and fancy goods, 

San Pablo avenue 
Joidan Bro's, carpenters, Tenth near 
Franklin 

JORDAN WM H, Manager Real 

Estate Union, 921 Broadway 
Kaese ARode, machinists and blacksmiths, 

Tenth near Broadway 
Kaiser M, upholstery, 423 Tenth 
Kallahar Patrick, horseshoer, Eighth near 

Franklin 
Kelly E J, real estate, 414 Seventh 
KIHLNEYER LOUS, Manager 

for J Bauer, 810 Broadway 
Kindleberger F M, candies and cigars, 309 
Twelfth 

KINO & WILLIAMS, Carriage 
and general blacksmiths. 414 Eleventh 

King Mrs A, dressmaker, Eighth, near 
Webster 

King M G, civil engineer, 9 Bentz block, 

Broadway, cor Tenth 
King T J, lodging house, 413 Twelfth 
Kirchheimer Henry, candy factory, Broad- 
way, bet Tenth and Eleventh 
Kirchoff Bros, grocers, cor Franklin & First 
Kirk Wm, architect, 954 Broadway 
KOEMG «fc BIUXCKMAXX, 
Real estate, 472 Seventh, bet Broadway 
and Washington 
Kohler & Tonjes, liquors, 832 Broadway 
Konecke H, boots and shoes 912 Broadway 
KOOB ADAM, Market, Potter block, 
Broadway 

Kornahrens H, groceries and provisions, 
SE cor Broadway and Tenth 

Kramin & Dicoes, proprietors Oakland 
brewery, cor Ninth and Broadway 

Kit LI* PER IV dc CO, Gunsmith, 420 
Eleventh 

Kreyenhagen E & Co, groceries and pro- 
visions, 827 Broadway 

Kroll, Martin & Co, fruits, cigars, etc, 464 
Seventh 

Lafferty & Coursen, market, Third, near 
Broadway 

Laidlaw Walter, lumber yard, cor Seventh 
and Brush 



Lake H A, attorney-at-law, 954 Broadway 
LANG <& CO, Liquors, 703 Broadway 
Larkin E, dressmaking, 411 Ninth 
Laton B B, agent Liverpool, London and 

Globe Insurance Co, 906 Broadway 
Lawrence Mrs H J, dressmaking, 1156 

Broadway 

Lawton Israel, attorney-at-law, 954 Bdwy 

Lebrecht Wm, blacksmith, Telegraph ave- 
nue, near Sixteenth 

Lefevre Alfred, dentist, NW cor Eighth 
and Broadway 

LEGAL TENDER, Weekly and 
daily, A E Redstone proprietor 461 
Ninth 

Legler Br, 12 Broadway 
Lehmann H G. shoemaker, 1155 Broadway 
Lemon S, drugs, cor Third and Broadway 
Lentell James, justice of the peace and 

harnessmaker, cor Franklin and 

Eleventh 

Letter Jacob, clothing, 957 Broadway 
Lewis C R & Co, vegetables, fruit and 

dairy produce, 1009 Broadway 
Lippman & Salinger, dry goods, 476 Ninth 
Lippman A, dry goods, 848 Broadway 
Littan M, market, cor Clay and Seventh 
LOEPER CFG, Brass foundry 904 

Washington 
Lotka & Zalud, picture frames and mir- 
rors, 905 Webster 
Luga R, fruits, nuts etc, 968 Broadway 
Lulley Bros, ink factory, 301 Twelfth 
Lulley M & Son, auctioneers, 301 Twelfth 
LUTZ «fc BERG, Mantle and pier 
mirrors, engravings, 1058 Broadway 
Lynch, Maloney & Fitzell, wood and coal, 

NW cor Fifth and Washington 
Lyon & Kinsey, auctioneers, 919 Washing- 
ton, cor Ninth 
Mabry A Y, money broker, 963 Broadway 
Madden & Co, marble works, Broadway, 

near Fourteenth 
Madisen H L, fruits and vegetables, 43 

San Pablo avenue 
Magill R H, manager Home Mutual In* 
surance Co (branch) , cor Ninth and 
Broadway 

Magner M, proprietor Eldorado house, cor 

Eleventh and Franklin 
Maher, Jno, liqUors, 45 San Pablo avenue 
Male ton E, hairdresser; cigars and to- 
bacco, 919 Broadway 
Maloon Bros, hay, grain and feed, cor New 

Broadway and Sixteenth 
Manefield Geo, dyeing, 834 Broadway 
Mangan J C, horseshoer, cor San Pablo 

avenue and Seventeenth 
Mansion house, Miss L A Willey propr, 

NE cor Broadway and Fourteenth 
MARCH AND A, Liquors, SE cor 

Sixth and Broadway 
Marcus I, clothing, 869 Broadway 
Marks A, glass, doors, windows and 

blinds, Eighth near Broadway 



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Marqfies J, restaurant, 459 Ninth 

MARSTON A ADAMS, Beal estate 
agents, NW cor Washington and Sev- 
enth, Broadway station 

Marston Frank A, harness and saddlery, 
NE cor Eleventh and Broadway 

Martens & Bier, fancy drygoods, 1159 
Broadway 

Martin F W, liquors, 716 Franklin 

MATHER, MILBURY «& CO, 
Beal estate agents, 907 Broadway 

MATHEWS J C «fc SON, Archi- 
tects, Union bank building, cor Ninth 
and Broadway 

MATHIEU ADRIEN, French ba- 
kery, 912 Franklin 

Matten H, market, NE cor Ninth and 
Webster 

Mauvais Zeno, agent Florence sewing ma- 
chine, 456 Twelfth 
Mauzy BD & W P, physicians, bank blk, 

cor Twelfth and Broadway 
Maxwell W, candy factory, 457 Ninth 
ME AOS S P, Beal estate, 1156 Bdway 
Mechanics home, F Schanfer propr, cor 

Franklin and Ninth 
Mellis Bros, drygoods, 873 Broadway 
Mellor James F, new and second hand fur- 
niture, 909 Webster 
Merritt S, lumber, cor First & Washington 
Metzler Charles, liquors, 471 &475 Eighth 
Meyer H H, propr Eureka hotel, cor 

Seventh and Washington 
McCABE «fc COX, Grocers, 837 Mar- 
ket, cor Seventh 
McClererty & Noblett, livery stable, 860 & 

862 Broadway 
McConnell James D, saddlery, Sixth near 

Broadway 
McCrum B & Co, grocers, 413 Twelfth 
McCutcheon Bobert, liquors, Eighth near 
Franklin 

McDonald J A C, plumber, cor New Broad- 
way and Sixteenth 

McDonough J H, liquors and gymnasium, 
415 Thirteenth 

McElroy James, groceries, cor Seventh 
and Clay 

McGeorge H D, bill poster, 468 Ninth 
McGerry A, Winthrop house, 409 Seventh 
McGerry B, liquors, cor First & Broadwy 
McGovern & Cahill, paper hangings, 1153 
Broadway 

MdNNIS JOHN, Lime, cement and 
plaster, Seventh bet Market* Brush 
McKee R L, assist disot atty, Courthouse 
McKee S B, District Judge, Courthouse 
McKenzie W W, undertaker, cor Eighth & 
Broadway 

Mel yean J Bt, harness maker, Eighth near 
Broadway 

HcHVLLlN J II »V (' S. Cigars 
and tobacco, Ninth near Broadway 

Ml LEY «fc LA AGE, Confectionery, 
916 Broadway 



Miller & Loch, bakery, cor San Pablo ave- 
nue and Sixteenth 

Miller <fc Lovius, family grocers, cor San 
Pablo avenue and Sixteenth. 

Miller J Fred, bookbinder, 921 Broadway 

Millaslavich L, oyster depot, 459 Seventh 

Miner J M, supt Whitney & Co's express, 
855 Broadway 

Miner J M & Co, stock and exchange bro- 
kers, 472 Ninth 

Mix & Boyce, stock brokers, 906 Broadwy 

MONTGOMERY «fc MARTIN, 
Attorneys-at-law, 921 Broadway 

Moore A P, notions, books and stationery, 
NW cor Twelfth and Broadway 

MOORE GEORGE, Photographer, 
1161 Broadway 

Morgan B, drugs & notions, 913 Seventh 

Morse H N, Sheriff, Courthouse 

Morse M G, restaurant, 858 Broadway 

MOSCA E, Barber, 828 Broadway 

Mueller & Steffanoni, watches and jew- 
elrv, 923 Broadway 

MLNSON J H, Saw filing, 476 Eighth 

Murphy & Jolly (Mrs), boarding, Broad- 
way near Third 

Murray & Boberts, carriage makers, 
Twelfth near Harrison 

Myers F F, lime, plaster, etc, cor Third & 
Washington 

Myers H, S F market 829 Broadway 

Naegle George H, wood & coal, cor Sixth 
and Washington 

Naismith George S, agent Wilson sewing 
machine, 1063 Broadway 

Nellie William, market, 964 Broadway 

Newell Mrs A S, penmanship, 454 Twelfth 

Newland & Pumyea, livery & sale stable, 
Seventh bet Broadway & Washington 

Newland hotel, E & H Newman proprs, 
cor Seventh and Washington 

Newman E & H, proprs hotel cor Seventh 
and Washington 

Newson A L & T D, architects, cor Broad- 
way and Tenth 

Nicholl house (restaurant),, 460 Ninth 

Nicholl house (lodging), B F Jackson 
propr, cor Ninth and Washington 

Nye S G, County and Probate Judge, 
Courthouse 

Oakes & Greenus, glass signs and show 
cards, Broadway near Fourteenth 

Oakes G W, upholsterer, 369 Tenth. 

Oakland Bank of Savings, Chas Boberts 
cashier, NE cor Twelfth and Broadwy 

Oakland Benevolent Association, H B 
Sears manager, Tenth near Broadway 

Oakland Brewery, C Kramm, & J Dieves 
proprs, cor Telegraph ave and Du- 
rant; office, cor Ninth & Broadway 

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Ninth bet Broadway and Washington 

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BUNE, W E Dargie manager, 911 
Broadway 

Oakland Iron Works, Second bet Washing- 
ton and Clay 

Oakland Library, Fourteenth near city 
hall. Miss Ina D Coolbrith, librarian 

Oakland Paving Co, C T H Palmer prest, 
cor Ninth and Broadway 

Oakland Railroad Co, James S Emory 
prest; J W Knox treas, G- Y Loring 
supt and secy, 921 Broadway 

O'Brien J J & Co, importers of drvgoods, 
1117 A 1119 Broadway 

O'Brien John, bootmaker, 837 Washington 

O'Connell & Co, drvgoods, 1902 Broadway 
and Tenth 

O'Connell J, liquors, 415 Seventh 

O'Connor J, granite yard, cor Castro and 
Seventh 

Ohlig A, hotel de France, First nr Bdwy 
Ollis Henry, carriage maker, 1008 Frank- 
lin 

Olmstead Mrs L H, boarding house, 1228 
Broadway 

Olney & Co, real estate agents 857 Bdwy 
O'Neil P, liquors, 420 Seventh 
O'NEIL THOU AS, Liquors, 814 

Broadway 
Orr S L, physician, 462 Twelfth 
O'Shay J J, plumber and gasfitter, cor 
Twenty-fourth and San Pablo avenue 
Ossosky Morris, market, 363 Eighth 
PACIFIC POTTERY, WH Parkin- 
son agent, 1160 Broadway 
Pacific Stone Co (artificial), F Chappellet 

prest and manager, 472 Seventh 
Page F S, money broker, 917 & 1007 Bdwy 
PACiGE PAL, Restaurant, cor Sev- 
enth and Broadway 
Palmer C E, Treasurer and tax collector, 

Courthouse 
Palmer C T H, prest Oakland Paving Co, 

cor Ninth and Broadway 
Palmer H A, cashier Union National Gold 

Bank, cor Nith and Broadway 
Plazer John, bootmaker, 713 Broadway 
Pantoskey H, second hand furniture, etc, 

711 Broadway 
Pantoskey J, furniture, Fourth bet Broad- 
way and Washington 
PARKINSON W H, Pottery and 
plaster decorations; agt Pacific pot- 
tery. 1160 Broadway 
PARJIELAND F, Restaurant, 839 
Broadway 

Parsons E, grocer, cor Second & Franklin 
Partenscky C, laundry, 457 Seventh 
Paul & Reier, bakery, 815 Broadway 
Perry S A & Co, pictures, frames, etc, 843 
Broadway 

PETERSON «fc RAS3ILSSEN, 

Cosmopolitan restaurant, 861 Bdwy 
Peystiste & Fibush, cigar factory, 470 
Seventh 



Pfister J R. restaurant and confectionery, 

1065 Broadw r ay 
PICHLER CHRIS, Liquors and 

cigars, 477 Ninth _^ 
Plomteaux H J, dentist, NE cor Broadway 
and Tenth 

PLLNKETT J C, Attorney-at-law, 
954 Broadway 

Porter J R, dentist, 1068 Broadway 

Posey T R, manager Cal Fire & Water 
Proof Paint Co, 555 Broadway 

POUNSTONE ALVIN L, News- 
paper correspondent and advertising 
agent, 921 Broadway 

Power R B, manager Russell house, 1111 
Broadway 

POWERS «fc CHAMBERLAIN, 

Proprietors Oakland "Daily Tran- 
script ' ' and ' ' Alameda County Ga- 
zette," 911 Broadway 
Powers D N, dentist, 463 Twelfth 
Pratt J H, music teacher, cor Twelfth and 
Broadway 

PRATT K B, Sewing machines and 

patterns, 1015 Broadway 
Raffo Bros, grocers, cor Third and Bdwy 
Rangod G, dyer, 305 Twelfth 
Raymond Jno, shoemaker, 47 San Pablo 

avenue 

REAL ESTATE UNION, Wm H 

Jordan Manager, 921 Broadway 
Recter P C, surveyor, 363 Ninth 
REDSTONE A E, Proprietor "Legal 

Tender," 461 Ninth 
REDSTONE BROS, Oakland patent 

office and attorneys-at-law, 461 Ninth; 

(J H & A E Redstone) 
Reed Chas G, County Clerk and Auditor, 

Courthouse 
Reichenberg B V, hosiery, gloves, etc, 1115 

Broadway 

REICHL1NG P «fc AMSTUTZ, 

Fashionable milliners, 1005 Broadway 
REICHLING P «fc AMSTULZ, 

Watchmakers and jewelers, dealers in 
clocks, jewelry and silverware, 1005 
Broadway 
Reilly P J, druggist, 847 Broadway 
REMILLARD A BROS, Brick- 
makers and contractors, 921 Bdwy 
Remillards Missess, dressmaking, 355 
Tenth 

Renken Henry, baunscheidtist, Ninth 
Rice & White, meats, 2, 4 & 6 city market 
Rice W H, physician, room 12 Central 
block 

Richards W A, news agent 855 Broadway 
Rieble Jacob, restaurant, 902 Broadway 
Roberts Chas, cashier Oakland Bank of 

Savings, NE cor Twelfth and Bdwy 
Robertson H D, physician, 859 Broadway 
Robinson A, carpet beating, 519 Second 
Robinson C K, law and collection office, 

907 Broadway 
Rocca Jno, liquors, 710 Broadway 



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Rodolph & Co, books, stationery and 

music, 1003 Broadway 
Eodolph S F, homeopathic physician, cor 

Tenth and Clay 
Ronialdo I, bootmaker, 408 Ninth 
Rosenberg L, cigars and tobacco 867^ 

Broadway 

Rosenberg M* boots and shoes, 1109 Bdwy 
Rosenberg Nathan, cijars and tobacco 909 
Broadway 

Rosenk G, physician, cor Seventh and 

Washington 
Ross John, painter, 470 Third 
Rowell W K, real estate 900 Broadway 
Rowland W E, watchmaker, 465 Ninth 
Russell Charles, bakery, 911 Seventh 
Ruth John, cigars and tobacco, 1052 Bdwy 
Ruth's Oakland Dime Express, 1052 Bdwy 
Rutherford C B, paints, oils, glass, etc, 

1016 Broadway 
Ryan M J, liquors, 468 Seventh 
Ryan Martin, horseshoer, Washington, 

near Seventh 
Sackman & Cameron, blacksmiths and 

wagonmakers, Bdwy, near Fourteenth 
Sagehorn William, flour, hay and grain, 

473 Sixth 

SAMUELS B. Cleaner, dyer and re- 
pairer, 818 Broadway 
Samuels S, jeweler, 818 Broadway 
Sanford, Kelsey & Co, druggists, 971 Bdwy 
Sarpy, Barstow & Co, flour, hay, grain and 

feed, 423 and 425 Eleventh 
Schaefer & Welte, restaurant, Broadway, 
SCHAFFER LOUIS, Washington 

market, 819 Broadway 
.Schafner F, proprietor Mechanics' Home, 

cor Franklin and Ninth 
Schellhaas H, furniture, Eleventh 
Schmidt V, barber, 1230 Broadway 
Schneider A J, willowware, 962 Broadway 
S( lirriber Christian, furniture, 1105 and 

U 07 Broadway 
Schreiber Philip, furniture, 1064 and 1066 
Broadway 

Schultz J, market, SE corWashn & Eighth 
Bchunhoff B F, drugs and medicines, 

462 Seventh 
SCOTT <■ H, Fruits, vegetables and 

poultry, 816 Broadway 
BcovlUe Ives, proprietor Oakland iron 

works, Second, bet Washn and Clav 
SI KIBNER Ci W, Meats of all kinds, 

8 and 10, city market 
Searing William S, liquors, 849 Broadway 
Sears H B, manager Oakland Benevolent 

Association, Tenth, near Broadway 
Beaton J H, physician, 1156 Broadway 
Seegli&i A, barber, 867 Broadway 
Selna Leopold, saloon, SE cor Broadway 

and Eleventh 
Selfridge James M, physician, cor Twelfth 

and Broadway 
SKVIMM F, Fine boots and shoes, 963 
Broadway , 



Sessions E C, president Oakland Batik of 
Savings, NE cor Twelfth & Broadway 
Shakespeaf k Walter, wood and coal, 
Eleventh, bet Broadway and Franklin 
Sharp M*s Kate, board and lodging, 

Franklin, near Thirteenth 
Sheahan P R, painter, Twelfth, near Bdwy 
Shearer S, attorney-at-law, 954 Broadway 
Sherman George E, physician, 1055 Broad- 
way; res 566 Tenth 
Sherrott Edward, boots & shoes, 809 Bdwy 
Shlotzhauer Paul, liquors, cor Eighth and 

Washington 
Siesbuttel D, machinist, 364 Ninth 
Slate Walter E, furrier, 1013 Broadway 
Smith Mrs A C, dressmaking, 1156 Bdwy 
Smith C H, furnishing goods, 953 Bdwy 
Smith G E, real estate, cor Fifth & Bdwy 
Smith J, market, cor Fourteenth & Bdwy 
Smith James, proprietor Eagle house 

Broadway, bet First and Second 
Smith James R, liquors, 5 Broadway 
Smith Jno O N, carriagemaker,520 Seventh 
Smith J N, photographer, Market-st station 
Smith J W, barber, 701 Broadway 
Smith Thomas A, recorder, Courthouse 
Snyder A J, real estate and capitalist, 917 
Broadway 

SOHST BROS, Pioneer carriage fac- 
tory, cor Eighth and Franklin 

Spencer John, plumber and gasfitter, 467 
Seventh 

Spencer M, milliner, cor Twelfth & Webstr 

SPLIVALO S' «fc CO. Grand Cen- 
tral grocery, 329 Twelfth 

Sproule Misses, fancy drygoods, cor 
Broadway and Fourteenth 

STAHLE CHARLES, Bakery, 709 
Broadway 

STARKWEATHER & SOJS, Car- 
pets, 1153 Broadway 
Sternitzky R, carpenter and cabinetmaker, 

476 Eighth 
Stevenson F R & [Co, china, 106 2Bdwy 
Stevenson F W, boots & shoes, 1020 Bdwy 
STEWART HOTEL, T M Stewart 
proprietor, Bdwy, above Fourteenth 
STEWART T M, Hotel proprietor, 
Broadway, bet Fourteenth & Fifteenth 
Stewart W H, hairdresser, 853 Broadway 
Stewart W H, barber, 471 Seventh 
STOIPSOX JAMES S, Soda works, 

510 Seventh 
STOKES «& PHILLIPS, Archi- 
tects, 921 Broadway 
Stone Mrs E P, physician, cor Twelfth and 
Broadway 

Stratemeyer George C, sign painter, 1059 
Broadway 

STRATH ERN & LANCASTER, 

Merchant tailors, 917 Washington 
STRAUTER «& HOWARD, Livery 

stable, cor Eighth and Webster 
STREIT «fc VOGT, liquors, cor 

Eleventh and Franklin 



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Strickland & Co, stationery and books, 

1061 Broadwav 
STRONG J I>, Landscape photo- 
grapher, cor Broadway & Fourteenth 
Stuart D, boots and shoes, 454 Eighth 
Stuart Daniel, boots and shoes, 1071 Bdwy 
Sullivan & Farley, niarbleworks, cor Four- 
teenth and Broadway 
SI NNYSIOE HOt SE. A Baldwin 
proprietor, cor Thirteenth & Harrison 
Swale Henry, engraver, 958 Broadway 
Taft H C & Co, drygoods, 1165 Broadway 
Tatterson Mrs M A, milliner, 1063 Bdwy 
TA Y JOHN I. Dealer in sewing ma- 
chines and agent for Butterick's pat- 
terns, 965 Broadway 
Taylor & Co, lumber, cor First & Washn 
Taylor Charles L, carpets and upholstery 

goods, 1060 Broadway 
Taylor D C, business school, 1055 Bdwy 
Terney John, liquors, 854 Broadway 
Thayer E, liquors, 464 Eighth 
Thomas F E, wood and coal, 409 Tenth 
THOMPSON JOHN, District Super- 
intendent American Bible Society, 
Franklin, near Sixteenth 
Thompson Samuel, agent Union Insur- 
ance Co, 900 Broadway 
THOMSON JOHN, New York Bak- 
ery, 910 Broadway 
Herossel William, boarding bouse, Broad- 
way, bet First and Second 
Tilley G H, constable, 470 Seventh 
Tinkbam & Butterneld, livery stable, 11 

and 12, bet Franklin and Webster 
Titcorab W A, cigars and tobacco, cor 

Ninth and Broadway 
Todd, Dye A Co, real estate and house 

agents , 1007 Broadway 
Tourney Mollie, hairdressing, 456 Twelfth 
Tremont House, Mrs Dr Bluett proprss, 

San Pablo avenue, cor Sixteenth 
Trescott J C, livery stable, 405 Twelfth 
Turnbull T P, painter, Wood, near R Rave 
Umlauff & Weis, bakery, 707 Broadway 
Union National Gold Bank, H A Palmer 

cashier, cor Ninth and Broadway 
Urban RD, bootmaker, Franklin, nr Fifth 
Vance & Donahoe, brick work and sewer- 
ing, 1160 Broadway 
Van Voorhies, R J & "Co, druggists, NW 

cor Eleventh and Broadway 
Van Wyck, physician, 921 Broadway 
Vary Jas H, livery stable, 3 Broadway 
Vaugban & Fuhr, proprietors Grand Cen- 
tral hotel, Twelfth 
Verhave A, physician, 970 Broadway 
Voelker Miss T, milliner, 1161 Broadway 
Volquardson B, painter, 1222 Broadway 
VOORHIES «fe BREARTY, At- 

ttorneys-at-law, Broadway 
Vrooman Henry, city attorney, 9 city hall 
Vyrat Morris, proprietor Washington hotel, 

cor Second and Washington 
Wachs A N, dry goods, 1017 Broadway 



Wales T P, secretary Alameda Macadam- 
izing Co, 954 Broadway 

WALKER E E & CO, Proprietors 
Alameda Iron Works, cor Second and 
Franklin 

WALKER T L, Agt North British, 
Mercantile and Hartford Insurance 
Co, 9 Bentz block, bet Tenth and 
Broadwav 

WAXLES'S JOHN, manager "Daily 
Evening Democrat," 474 Twelfth 

Ward Mrs Chas, milliner, Fourteenth, 
near Clay 

Warren O P, physician, Fourteenth and 
Broadway 

Warrington S, leather and shoe findings, 

470 Eighth 
Warner & Brown, real estate, 464 Ninth 
Washington hotel, cor Second and Wash- 
ington, Morris Vyrat, proprietor 
Washington Jas, barber, 962^ Broadway 
Watson S H, toys and fancy goods, 49 San 

Pablo awenue 
Webb J W. phvsician, 959W ashington 
WEBSTER E J, Attorn ey-at-law, 

1004 Broadway 
Wells, Fargo & Co, R C Gaskill manager, 
472 Ninth 

Wemmer David, liquors, 416 & 418 Eighth 
WEMKEB JOHN, Cabinetmaker, 
406 Ninth 

Wertheimber <fc Block, liquors, cor Bourth 
and Broadway 

Westerdahl & Ericsson, furniture and up- 
holstery, 412 Tenth 

Western Union Telegraph, B R Bates man- 
rger, Ninth, near Broadway 

Weston F E, prest Alameda Macadamizing 
Co, 954 Broadway 

Wetmore J L & Co, real estate, 956 Bdwy 

WEYMOUTH T D, Carriage manu- 
facturer, 365 Eleventh 

Wharton. Mrs, hairdressing, 960 Washn 

White J E, job and music printer, 468 
Twelfth 

WHITNEY <fe NEWELL, Carpen- 
ters, 340 Twelfth 
WHITHER. FULLER «fc CO, 

Paints, glass and artists' materials, 
Twelfth, opposite City market 
Wichelhausen H, shirt factory, 479 Ninth 
WIGOIN & EELLS, Attorneys-at- 
law, Union Bank building, cor Ninth 
and Broadway 
Wieser & Meves, watchmakers and jewel- 
ers, 630 Broadway 
WINSOR S, Manager California Pot- 
tery Co, cor Fourteenth and Broadway 
Wise Mrs E F, milliner, 472 Twelfth 
Wilbert J, upholstery, 1220 Broadway 
Wilcox H E, hardware & cutlery, 955 Bdwy 
Wilkerson W S, grocer, cor Seventeenth 

and San Pablo avenue 
Willey L A, Miss, propr Mansion house, 
NE cor Broadway and Fourteenth 



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Williams X, bakery & confectionery 465 & 

763 Seventh 
WILSON A' WARREN, Liquors, 

cor Broadway and Fifteenth 
Wilson William, 'jewelry, 961 Broadway 
W<>. rner Jacob, butcher, 18 City market 
Wood & Kroll, cigars and tobacco, 1010 

Broadway 

WOODWARD «& TAGGART, 

Real estate and auctioneers, 460 & 462 
Eighth 

Woods R, physician, cor Ninth and Wash- 
ington 

Wunderlin Stephen, liquors, 422 Eighth 
WOOLSEY E II (M I», Physician, 

office and residence, cor Twelfth and 

Broadway 

Wright J, veterinary surgeon, Fourteenth 
YEAOER J, Fruits, candies, etc, NW 

cor Twelfth and Broadway and 521 

Twelfth 



East Oakland, 

ALAMEDA COUNTY, 

(Postoffice Brooklyn), is now included 
within the corporate limits of Oakland. 

Bamford W, physician, 657 Twelfth 
Bangle & Chase, painters, 601 Twelfth 
Barnes H W, sash & blinds, 680 Twelfth 
BARTER G W, Proprietor Brooklyn 

Vidette, cor Thirteenth & E Fourteenth 
Beck Gottlieb, vegetables, 779 Twelfth 
BIELER FRANK, Wholesale liq- 
uors, Fourteenth, bet Sixteenth and 

Seventeenth avenues 
Birch Mrs J, dressmaking, cor Twelfth and 

Eleventh avenues 
Bitzel Jacob, butcher, Fourteenth, bet 

Nineteenth and Twentieth avenues 
Brannan Daniel, pottery, cor Twelfth and 

Seventeenth avenues 
Broadway John, fruits, vegetables, etc, 

303 Twelfth 
BROOKLYN VIDETTE, G W 

Barter propr, cor Thirteenth avenue 

and E Fourteenth 
Bundock & Bros, pottery, Twelfth, bet 

Eighteenth and Nineteenth avenues 
Callisch F E, agt CPEK and W U Tel 

Co, depot 

Clark F T, livery stable, Thirteenth ave- 
nue, bet Elevonth and Twelfth 

Coniird W D, druggist, cor Twelfth and 
Thirteenth avenues 

Crist G F, tannery, Twelfth 

Davis J H, butcher, Thirteenth avenue, 
bet Twelfth and Fourteenth 

Derby J S, tannery, Twelfth, bet Eight- 
eenth and Nineteenth avenues 

Dike William, propr East Oakland hotel, 
cor Twelfth and E Fourteenth avenue 



Dressier G, boots and shoes, 622 Twelfth 
Drucker Hermann, liquors, 1055 Thir- 
teenth avenue 
Ellis J H, painter, 608 Twelfth 
Fish M W, physician, 461 Fourteenth 
Fleming John & Co, liquors, 625 Twelfth 
Follrath W A & Co, blacksmiths, Twelfth, 

bet Eleventh and Twelfth avenues 
Fonte A, general merchandise, cor Twelfth 

and Sixteenth Avenue 
Ford Alvin, drygoods and groceries, 1080 

Fourteenth avenue 
Gaspard F, restaurant, 827 Twelfth 
GLASS Mrs K, Fancy goods, 475 
Twelfth 

Glaze J W, butcher, 753 Twelfth 
GOLDSTIKER MICHAEL, But- 
cher, 751 Fourteenth 
Gressler C A, barber, 707 Twelfth 
Hallahan Florence, merchant tailor, 620 
Twelfth 

Hamilton W H H, wagonmaker, Thir- 
teenth ave, bet Eleventh and Twelfth 
Hammars D, harnessmaker, 623 Twelfth 
Hampel C F, bakery, 761 Twelfth 
Hampel Henry, groceries, 775 and 777 
Twelfth 

Hannan J J, painter, Thirteenth avenue, 

bet Eleventh and Twelfth 
Hannewell G W, carpenter, Twelfth, bet 

Eleventh and Twelfth avenues 
Hansen Albert, watchmaker and jeweler, 

620 Twelfth 
HA WES JACOB, Fruits and vege- 
tables, Thirteenth avenue, bet Eleventh 

and Twelfth 
Haves, Carrick & Co, wholesale butchers, 

655 Twelfth 
II IX KM A\ «& CO, Butchers, 313 

Twelfth 

Henken J F, liquors, cor Fourteenth and 

Eighteenth avenue 
Henley William, harnessmaker, 1084 

Fourteenth avenue 
Hill T, groceries, cor Fourteenth and 

Nineteenth avenue 
Hobart J B, groceries, fruits, cigars and 

produce, 628 Twelfth 
HOGARTY J B, Livery stable, E 

Thirteenth ave, bet Eleventh & Twelfth 
Holliday J M, glovemaker, Twelfth, bet 

Eighth and Ninth avenue 
HOLMES & CO, Stationery and fur- 
nishing goods, 626 Twelfth 
Howard Asa, justice of the peace, Twelfth, 

bet Thirteenth and Fourteenth avenue 
Howard J H & Co, tin, copper and sheet 

iron works, Thirteenth ave & Twelfth 
Jacquenot Xavier, vegetables, Fourteenth, 

bet Eighteenth & Nineteenth avenues 
KIRCHIIEI1VER G F P, Candies, 

Twelfth, between Fifth and Sixth aves 
Kirchheiner J H, candies, 629 Twelfth 
Kirk O C, plumbing and gasfitting, 315 

Twelfth 



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Krimbel Jacob, cabinetmaker, 759 Twelfth 
Larue James, lumber, foot Fourteenth ave 
Lawlor J M & Co, proprs Tubbs' hotel, 

cor Twelfth and Fifth avenue 
Lawlor William M, physician, 413 Twelfth 
Lemon "William M, books and stationery, 

623^ Twelfth 
Liebel Jacob, liquors and boarding house, 

Fourteenth, bet Nineteenth and Twen- 
tieth avenues 
Liese Henry, butcher, 765 Twelfth 
Lindsay Mrs Celia, boarding house 
Luth John, liquors, cor Twelfth and 

Eighth avenue 
Lynde George L, tinner, 683 Twelfth 
MacDonough J, wood and coal, 608 and 

610 Twelfth 
Mangels Herman, liquors, cor Twelfth and 

Eighth avenue 
Mariante Wm F, proprietor Eastern hotel, 

714 Twelfth 
Mason W C & Co, groceries, 301 Twelfth 
May & Requa, wood and coal, cor Eleventh 

and Twelfth avenue 
May A W, livery stable, cor Eleventh and 

Twelfth avenue 
Mayer Adolph, upholsterer, 621 Twelfth 
McGrew P H, blacksmith, Thirteenth ave- 
nue, bet Eleventh and Twelfth 
Meikle D A F, blacksmith, cor Fourteenth 

and Sixteenth avenue 
Meyer W, drygoods 691 Twelfth 
M I LLER «fc WINSOR, Pottery and 

Terra Cotta works, cor Twelfth and 

Park 

Moffitt James, restaurant and liquors, cor 

Thirteenth avenue and Eleventh 
Nedderman Bernard, bootmaker, 705 
Twelfth 

Xorthey & Wagar, carriage making 801 and 

803 Twelfth 
O'Keeffe D, bootmaker, 681 Twelfth 
Ough Joseph, cigars and tobacco, Twelfth 

bet Eleventh and Twelfth avenues 
Palinbaum Solomon, glazier, 751 Twelfth 
Palmer Allen, groceries, 614 Twelfth 
Palmer, E H, wood and coal 
Power & Ough, plaining mills, cor Twelfth 

and Fourteenth avenue 
Prescot & Bemis, butchers, cor Twelfth 

and Tenth avenue 
Reimers FPL, locksmith and bell hanger, 

707 Twelfth 
RODRIGUEZ JOSE € 9 Restaurant, 

679 E Twelfth 
Roff John C, liquors, 1069 Fourteenth ave- 
nue bet Eleventh and Twelfth 
Rousseau James, bootmaker, 687 Twelfth 
Scheiding Henry, liquors and lodgings, 

785 Twelfth 
Sfliimmelpfennig F, drygoods, 773 Twelfth 
Schimmelpfennig F, jr, plumber and gas- 
fitter, 773 Twelfth 
Schley Chas & Bro, bakery, 770 Twelfth 
Schley Mrs E, branch bakery 616 Twelfth 



Schneider Conrad, proprietor Union hotel, 
cor Twelfth and Thirteenth avenues 

Schneider Louis, tailor, Twelfth bet 
Seventh and Eighth avenues 

Scholtz D, dressmaker, 691 Twelfth 

Schunck Henrv, liquors and lodging, 675 
Twelfth 

Silberberg Mrs S, millinery 618 Twelfth 

Silva John, barber, 627 Twelfth 

Slapinger K, cabinetmaker, 707 Twelfth 

Steere & ; Colby, groceries and hardware; 
agts Wells, Fargo & Co, and post 
office, cor Thirteenth ave and Twelfth 

Sullivan Michael, blacksmith, 1086 Four- 
teenth avenue 

Swas Antone, bootmaker, 807 Twelfth 

Swett A W, livery stable, Fourteenth ave- 
nue bet Eleventh and Twelfth 

TRIPLETT JAMES, Board and 
feed stable, Sixteenth ave bet Twelfth 
and Fourteenth 

Tubb's hotel, J M Lawlor & Co, propr, cor 
Twelfth and Fifth avenue 

Turn, Suden Henry & Co, groceries and 
hardware, 693 Twelfth 

Verhave A, druggist and physician, 299 
Twelfth 

Waiter Reimer, liquors, Thirteenth ave bet 

Twelfth and Fourteenth 
WEBSTER A B, Real estate agent 

and Notary Public, 626 Twelfth 
Weeks Henry, blacksmith and carriage 

maker 

WELSCHER «fc WESTER. 

MABfM", Brooklyn Brewery, cor 

Fourteenth and Eighteenth avenues 
Weston & Welch, flouring mills, cor 

Eleventh and Twelfth avenues 
WILLIAMS Mrs C, Dressmaker, 473 

Twelfth 

Wilms Henry, bakery, Fourteenth cor 

Eighteenth avenue 
Wintringer L, supt Oakland, Brooklyn and 

Fruit Vale R R Co 
Wirth Chas Gr, liquors 321 Twelfth 



West Oakland, 

ALAMEDA COUNTY. 

Although it has a postoffice like East 
Oakland, is included within the corporate 
limits of Oakland. 



Addington D C, physician, Wood near 

Railroad avenue 
Alburn G W, fruits, nuts, etc 1512, Rail- 
road avenue 
Alexander H, clothing, boots and shoes, 

1754 Railroad avenue 
Antonalle Vincent, fish market, 1759 Rail- 
road avenue 
Bailey & Cramer, photographers, Railroad 
avenue bet Wood and Willow 



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BAKER H Y, Postmaster, West Oak- 
land 

Ballard J W, liquors, 1791 Railroad ave- 
nue, cor Pine 

Bolten W, physician and real estate, 1768 
Railroad avenue 

Bousley J, physician, cor Railroad avenue 
and Willow 

Buhsen D, grocer, Railroad ave, cor Pine 

Bullock J C, stoves and tinware, 1761 Rail- 
road avenue 

Bunker I, liquors, Railroad avenue near 
Pine 

Casey H, tailor, 1809 Railroad avenue 
CHARTER OAK HOTEL, W M 

Hall propr, Railroad avenue bet Wood 
and Pine 

CHEYELAIER L. M, Barber, Rail- 
road avenue near Pine 

Cohen Mrs A, drygoods, Railroad avenue 
near Willow 

Cook W F, liquors, 1838 Railroad avenue 

Crowley C, liquors, Railroad avenue near 
Cedar 

CUTTING J R, Books, stationery and 

notions, 1792 Railroad aveune 
Dailey P J, cigars, tobacco and news, 1762 

Railroad avenue 
Davison D, blacksmith and wagonmaker, 

Wood near Railroad avenue 
Diedricksohn H, liquors, 1861 Railrd ave 
Dodge Chas F, real estate, Center station 
Down George, boarding house, Railroad 

avenue near Cedar 
Farrell John, grocer, cor Willow & Eighth 
Fick A, painter, 1716 Railroad avenue 
Fick Mrs A,- notions and drygoods, 1761 

Railroad avenue 
Flagg Mrs — , lodging house, W Oakland 
Flinn L, bootmaker, 1789 Railroad avenue 
Forbes Fred, wood and coal, cor Wood & 

Railroad avenue 
FRANK R H, Barber, 1776 Railrd ave 
Frav H, painter, Railroad nr Willow 
FREY JOHN, Watchmaker and jew- 
eler, 1768 Railroad avenue 
Grabs August, market, 1785 Railroad ave 
GroBSO A: Mav, hardware, 1770 Railrd ave 
HAAR HENRY, Grocer, cor Seventh 

and Chester 
HALL W M, Propr Charter Oak hotel, 

Railroad avenue bet Wood & Pine 
Bauson A, grocer, cor Wood & Railrd ave 
Harding F. notions, 1808 Railroad avenue 
Hawkett W G, grocer, 1766 Railroad ave 
Henninger John, restaurant 
Hetherington Mrs J W, millinery, cor 

Eighth and Willow 
Howell H W, hoots & shoes, 1506 Seventh 
Jennig C, tailor, 1729 Railroad avenue 
Kohler E F, Liquors, cor Seventh & Chester 
LAWRENCE 1> C, Notary Public 
and publisher of West Oakland 
"Press," Railroad avenue near Wood 
Lexow F, bootmaker, Railr ave cor Pine 



Little W H, cigars and tobacco, 1776 Rail- 
road avenue 

LORBER FRANK, Soracco house, 
cor Railroad avenue and Pine 

Lothrop G W, groceries, candy, etc, 1787 
Railroad avenue 

May J H, market, Railroad avenue near 
Chester 

Mc Arthur D, tailor and clothier, 1840 Rail- 
road avenue - 

McGettigan Bros, bakery, cor Wood and 
Willow 

Mitchell Mrs M, drygoods, 1551 Railroad 

avenue 

Moody & Struppler, upholstering and car- 
pentering, Railroad avenue nr Chester 

Moore Mrs C, liquors, 1839 Railroad ave 

Morehead Jas T, restaurant, 1727 Rail- 
road avenue- 

Muller Charles, liquors, Railroad avenue 
near Cedar 

Murphy A, market, Railroad avenue near 
Pine 

Murray Mrs S J, lodging house, 1772 Rail- 
road avenue 

Myers A H, plumber and gasfitter, 1731 
Railroad avenue 

Organ W M, cigars and tobacco, 1779 Rail- 
road avenue 

Perdue T, boots and shoes, Railroad ave- 
nue near Wood 

PERRY J W S, Liquors and billiards, 
cor Wood and Seventh 

PETERSON N, Livery stable, Rail- 
road avenue cor Wood 

Pettigrew Jas W, market, 1759 Railroad 
avenue 

Reinhardt H, cigars and tobacco, cor Sev- 
enth and Wood 
Rossini C, fruits, Railroad ave nr Wood 
Rossini C J, furniture, 1723 Railroad ave 
Rudolph G R, restaurant, 1811 Railrd ave 
SCHERRER JNO, bootmaker, 1812 

Railroad avenue 
Schuler Ernst, tin, copper and sheet iron, 

1720 Railroad avenue 
Simons Martha R, bakery and confection- 
ery, Railroad avenue, near Willow 
SMITH DANIEL, bakery, 1810 Rail- 
road avenue 
Smith Harry, barber, 1508 Railroad ave 
Soracco House, Frank Lorber proprietor, 

cor Railroad avenue and Pine 
Stulz & Sneller, barbers, 1762 Railroad ave 
Sweeney Miss Kate, dressmaking, 1510 

Railroad avenue 
Tharsing & Lake, fruit produce, cor Rail- 
road avenue and Wood 
TUCKER J W, druggist, 1760 Rail- 
road avenue 
Ward & Day, bowling alley, 1807 Railroad 

avenue- 
Webb W F & J, liquors and billiards, 1774 

Railroad avenue 
West Oakland Loan Assn, Masonic Hall 



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Wolf E, bakery, Railrd ave, near Pine 



Oroville, 

BUTTE COUNTY. 

An exceedingly pleasant town, situated in 
the foothills, about 28 miles from Marys- 
ville, and is connected by rail with that 
place. In early days it was a very pros- 
perous place, owing its prosperity to its 
rich placer mines, but, like the neighbor- 
ing town of Marysville, with the decline 
of those mines its decline was dated, and 
from a population of 12,000 it was reduced 
to a few hundreds. Agriculture has since 
become its main support. Within the 
past five years it has steadily improved, 
and its inhabitants now number 2,000. It 
is the county seat of Butte county. 



Achuff J N, physician 

Anthonv Max. Union hotel, barber shop 

ARMSTRONG WILLIAM, County 

Recorder and Auditor 
Becker F J, gunsmith, guns & ammunition 
Bird Henry, undertaker and builder 
Brock J M, hardware, stoves, crockery, etc 
BROOKS MAX, Ophir Flour mills 
BURT J M, Attorney-at-law & Notary 

Public 

CALLOW <fc STEVENS, Livery 

St) 9/1)1 6 

CLEMENTS «fc CO, Harness, saddles 

and livery stable 
Cordy G H, blacksmith and wagonmaker 
CORONA Mrs D Y, Millinery and 

underwear 

DAVIS SAMUEL J, County Treas- 
urer and Tax Collector 

DAWSON J A, Physician and sur- 
geon 

Dzerowski N, clothing 
EISENH ART D, Liquors 
FARNHAM E P, Lumber dealer 
FINNICUM J D, Proprietor Chico 

and Oroville stage line 
FOGALSANG T C, Harness and sad- 
dles 

FREER L D, Attorney-at-law, District 

Attorney and Notary Public 
FRIES LEREN D N, Dry goods and 

clothing; proprietor Union hotel 
FRYER D F, Druggist 
Gelich P, fruit, candy, nuts and toys 
GOLDBERG Miss B, Millinery and 

fancy goods 
GOLDSTEIN A, Groceries and pro- 

visions 

GOLDSTEIN NATHAN, Dry 

goods, clothing, boots and shoes, etc 
Gossian Louis, liquors 



GRAY «& DeMOTT, Proprietors 

"Weekly Mercury" 
GRAY JAMES C, Hardware, stoves, 

crockery and agricultural implements 
Gray John C, attorney-at-law and notary 

public 

GREENFIELD JOHN, Chicago 
market 

Greenleaf W S, carpenter and builder 
GUMMOW BROS <fc O'HARA, 

Blacksmiths 
Hecker F, boots, shoes, hats and caps 
III GG INS E, Soda factory 
Higgins W S, wagonmaker 
HOOPS LOUIS W 9 Proprietor 

United States hotel 
HOWARD AMOS, Watches and 

jewelry 

HUNDLEY P O, Attorney-at-law 
JACKS Mrs A L, Centennial res- 
taurant 
Jenkins T J, physician 
KERRY FRED P, Livery stable 
KURT HENRY, Merchant tailor 
KUSEL E A, Drygoods, clothing, 
stationery, notions, crockery and 
glassware 
LAUER FRANK C, Blacksmith 
LEONARD JOHN P, Notary Public, 
Searcher of Records and Justice of the 
Peace 

Lott Charles F, attorney-at-law 
MARCHELLA «fc JOHNSON, 

Liquors 

Marks B and Co, drygoods and clothing 

MARTIN JOHN A, Bootmaker 

Maurice A Jr, attorney-at-law 

McClellan Samuel, County Assessor 

McDermott Arthur, druggist 

McDermottWm P, physician 

McCANN JAMES, Civil engineer 

MILLER GEORGE, Feed stable; 
dealer in hides, pelts and tallow 

Miller P B M, physician 

Mitchell J K, coroner and administrator 

Mullen Samuel, liquors 

NOACK G R, Hairdresser 

O'Shay John, blacksmith 

Ostroski Samuel, drygoods and clothing 

Parker Ralzemond, druggist 

PERKINS, LOGAN & CO, Gro- 
cers 

Peterson N, painter 

RAJEVICH FRANK, Fruit, candy, 

cigars and toys 
Reading O B, horseshoer 
RE BSC HER JACOB, Bakery and 

liquors 
Reese R F, dentist 
Reyman M, cigars and tobacco 
RIDEOUT, SMITH «fc CO, Bankers 

and agents Wells, Fargo & Co 
ROBINSON, J R, County Clerk 
RUSSELL, PETER & STROE- 

VER, Market 



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Saffrod W S, County Judge 
SCHNEIDER «fc HEIBfTZ, City 

Brewery 

SCHNEIDER WILLIAM, Sheriff 
Sexton Warren T, District Judge 
SILVERSTEIN IKE, Cigars, 

tobacco, stationery, cutlery, etc 
SIMON L A «fc CO, Liquors and bil- 
liards 

SMITH JOHN J, Postmaster, news 
agency and stationery 

SMITH" R W, Manager Western Union 
Telegraph Company 

SOVEREIGN G W, Undertaker, 
architect; glass, picture frames and 
marble work to order 

SOVEREIGN «fe RUSSELL, Fur- 
niture and bedding 

SPARKS M T «fe CO, Planing mill 
and lumber dealers 

Springer & Welch, blacksmiths and 
wagonmakers 

St. Sure Charles, proprietor Commercial 
hotel; groceries, drygoods ^and cloth- 
ing 

Swain E M. dentist 

TOPPING C T, City Water Works 
Tracy C T K, clergyman, (Congrega'l) 
TROMENSCHLAGER JACOB, 

Bootmaker 
Washburn William A. liquors 
WEEKLY MERCERY, Gray & 

DeMott, proprietors 
WIENCKE HENRY, Mining 
WILCOX C H, Agent, California 

Northern railroad 
WILSON «& LEHN, Liquors and 

billiards 
ZAMBELLICH N, Liquors 



Pacheco, 

CONTRA COSTA COUNTY. 

A small town in Colitra Costa county, 4 
miles from Martinez, supported by agri- 
culture. 

ANDERSON L, Lumber ^ 

Baldwin B, grain buyer 

BARTNETT B' G, Blacksmith and 

wagonmaker, Main 
BENNETT GEORGE J «fc CO, 

Drygoods, clothing, boots and shoes, 
hats, caps and notions 
Bowley H A, watchmaker 
Burress Floyd, butcher, Main 
Carothers & Oliver, druggists, Main 
CHADWICK CHARLES, Pro- 
prietor " Contra Costa News " 
CONTRA COSTA NEWS, Charles 

Chadwiok proprietor 
Crichton William, grocery & variety store 



BALTON H N, Manufacturer of 

agricultural implements 
Davis J C, liquors, Main 
Dell W K, lumber; insurance agent, Main 
Hadsell E, hotel, Main 
Hadsell George, liquors, Main 
HARBING <& LANGENKAMP, 

Liquors; agent Grillpatrick Express 
Ireland J W, flour mills 
Jones Miss E K, milliner and dressmaker 
JOHNSON S W, Livery stable, Main 
Kalisky M, general merchandise, Main 
Littlefield & Wiggins, hardware, cor Di 

ablo and Main 
MacOONALB BAVIB, painter, 

Diablo 
Marco F, liquors, Main 
Moore J S, hotel 

Ott John, liquors, cor Diablo and Main 
Payne L, liquors 

Perry S J, harnessmaker, cor Diablo and 
Main 

Bobin S, blacksmith, Main 
Byan J, tailor, Main 
SEGEIRE GEORGE, Barber, Main 
SHIRRAN A, Blacksmith, Main 
STOLZ JOHN, Shoemaker, Main 
STONE J J, Wagon and carriage 

maker, Main 
Tiedemann H M, liquors, Main 
TROY J H, Insurance agent, Main 
Welch Martin J, telegraph operator, Main 
Woodford Charles H, livery stable 



Pajaro, 



SANTA CKUZ COUNTY. 

A station on the Southern Pacific railroad, 
and also station for Watsonville. It is 
100 miles from San Francisco and one 
mile from Watsonville. 



BALBWIN «fc WOOD, Proprietor 

Pajaro house, depot 
Eahart Jacob, bootmaker 
Johnson A, agent S P B B, depot 
PAYNE J S, General merchandise 
Pelissier Joseph, liquors 



Petaluma, 

SONOMA COUNTY, 

Is situated in the southern portion of So- 
noma county, 37 miles from San Francisco. 
Its site is one of the finest on the Pacific 
slope. From its healthfulness it is de- 
servedly recommended as a place of resi- 
dence. It is connected with San Francisco 
by railroad and steamers of the San Fran- 
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The first settlement was made in 1850, 
and the town has ever since been univers- 
ally regarded as one of the most promising 
in the State; as, unlike the majority of 
cities and towns of California, speculation 
has had no part in its growth, it- having 
simply and steadily kept pace with the 
surrounding county, which is purely agri- 
cultural, and yielding almost every varie- 
ty of fruit, grain and vegetables in abun- 
dance. The population of the city is 
estimated at 4,600 

ADEL FRAXK, Constable and Col- 
lector, English, opposite City hotel 

Adel Mrs F, dressmaker, English 

ALEXANDER F A, Petaluma bil- 
liard parlor 

Allen G F, hardware and agricultural im- 
plements, Main 

Atwater H H, cashier First National Gold 
Bank 

Baltz & Shierhold, brewery 

Bank of Sonoma County, William Hill 
president; J S VanDoren cashier, Main 

BARN EN A W, Tinware and hard- 
ware, foot of Main 

BARUII H, Cigars, tobacco, notions, 
etc, next American hotel, Main 

Basch M, cigars, tobacco & 27 Main 

Bauer L, watchmaker, Main 

Bamr J, watchmaker and jeweler, Main 

Beaman Mrs E N, dressmaker, NE cor 
Main and Washington 

Berger M, clothing, Main 

Bernhard I, drygoods, clothing, etc, cor 
Main and Washington 

Blackburn Charles, undertaker, Third, 
near B 

HOLLA P «& CO, Proprietors Swiss 
store 

BRENXAN J F, Saloon, Main 
BROOKLYN HOTEL, Kelly Tighe 

proprietor, NW cor Washington and 

Kentucky 

Brooks Bros, fruits & vegetables, 17 Main 
Brown & Andres, saloon, Main 
Brown & Ellsworth, livery stable 
Bryant & Perry, butchers, Main 
Buckins J J, stoves and tinware, 52 Main 
Burgtorf C W, harness & saddles, 50 Main 
Burleson Mrs Nettie, dressmaker, 36 Main 
CAMPBELL J, Drygoods, clothing, 

6tc 74 M it i n 
CAN EPA L <& BRO, General mer- 
chandise, Derby's block, Washington 
CAPITOL SODA WORMS, B F 

Connolly & Co, 5 Main 
Carder D D, atty-at-law, Main and Washn 
Carothers W O, groceries, clothing, etc, 
26 Main 

Carrillo & Purrington, livery stable 
Carpenter W W, physician, Main 
Carter B & Co, blacksmiths, cor English 
and Kentucky 



Casewell & O'Brien, blacksmiths, Ky 
Casey B, saloon, Washington 
Castognetto A, wood, Washington 
CENTENNIAL LIVERY STA 

BLE. J Pfau proprietor, Main 
CENTENNIAL PLANING 

MILL A NO BOX FACTORY, 

Sloper & Fuller proprietors, cor B and 

Third 

Christie J B, physician, Main 

Codoy A, bakery and restaurant 

CONNOLLY B F *fc CO, Proprie- 
tors Capitol Soda Works 

Conniff John, saloon, Main 

Corbett G H, blacksmith, Main 

COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, H 
Matthies proprietor, 3, 5 and 7, Main 

Cowen P, stationery, music and crockery, 
35 Main 

Cox & Fritsch, grocers, 33 Main 
Davidson J, livery stable 
Davis W, harness and saddlery, Main 
Dean William H, news depot, Washington 
DINWIDDIE, TUCKER & CO, 
Revere sale and stock yards, north 
end of Main 
DOWE L, Photographer, Main 
Ellsworth L, furniture & carpets, 28 Main 
ERICKSON A G, Tailor, English 
Fairbanks H T, president Petaluma Sav- 
ings bank, Main 
FALKNER M H, Secretary Sonoma 
and Marin Mutual Benefit Association 
Fernald J, butcher, Main 
Filippine & Co, saloon, 43 Main 
FIORI P, Oyster saloon, Main 
First National Gold Bank, I G Wickersham 
president; H H Atwater cashier, Main 
Fuller I, cooper, cor Third and B 
GERMAN! A SALOON, V Riedi, 

cor English and Main 
GILDERS LE E V E Dr F V B, 

Physician, 42 Main 
Goldstein H, drygoods and clothing, Main 
Griffin & Briggs, dressmakers & milliners 
GROYER BROS, Hardware, Main, 

above Washington 
Gwin & Brainerd, harness & saddles, Washn 
Harding Mrs E J, Curative Ins, 36 Main 
Harris & Bro, tinsmiths, 86 Main 
Hartman C W, attorney-at-law, 61 Main 
Haskell B, drygoods, clothing, etc, 56 Main 
IIASKINS T J, Stationery and crock- 
ery, 70 Main 
Hayes A, blacksmith, Main 
Henry A, agent W, F & Co, 58 Main 
Hess & Co, saloon, 46 Main 
Hildburgh Bros, groceries and produce, 

88 and 90 Main 
Hill William, prest Bank of Sonoma, Main 
Holm & Abraham, proprs narrow-gauge 
Holmes A, saloon, cor English and Main 
Holmes H, carpet weaver, Liberty 
Hopes & Cameron, wagonmakers, SW cor 
Washington and Keller 



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HOPKINS M B, Butcher, 61 Main 
HOPKINS S J, Auction store, 54 Main 
Harstmann A & Co, cigarmakers, 18 Main 
James Bros, grocers, Main 
Jay D, wagonmaker, cor Washn & Keller 
J anns Fred, barber, Main 
Jones H, barber, Washington 
Karew G, boots and shoes, Main 
Keating & Curliss, painters, 37 Main 
Kelley Mrs A, millinery, 68 Main 
Kessenich H, tailor, 44 Main 
Kohler E, saloon, Washington 
Laranger John, blacksmith, Main 
UTTLK J, Saloon, 73 Main 
LONG E H, Secretary Sonoma and 
Marin Bailroad Co; City Clerk of 
Petaluma, Phoenix block, Main 
Lynch H A. groceries, Main 
MARVUS A, Cigars and tobacco, cor 

Washington and Main 
MATTHIES H, Proprietor Cosmo- 
politan hotel 
Matzenbach W B, proprietor American ho- 
tel, Main 
Maynard F T, druggist, 79 Main 
Meedham & Erwin, groceries, cor Main 

and Washington 
Mechele & Griess, brewery 
McCarthy E R, saloon 
McCarthy M, bootmaker, 29 Main 
McClymonds, Taft & Co, drygoods, cloth- 
ing, etc, Main 
McCune Bros, flour mills, Main 
McGuire Thomas, druggist, Main 
McNear Bros, warehouse 
McNear's warehouse, McNear Bros pro- 
prietors, East Petaluma 
McNear G P, flour mills 
McRunnils D M, bootmaker, Washington, 

near Keller 
Meyer A, proprietor Union hotel 
Misner Renfro, saloon 
Mordecai T, bootmaker, Main 
Morris A, cigars and tobacco, Main 
MORSE A, Postmaster and insurance 

agent, Washington 
Murker J, saloon 

Murphy M W, bootmaker, 42 Main 
IV A U OH TO N H, Grocer, 84 Main 
Nay L G & Co, planing mill 
Neil & Bowles, grocers, 102 and 104, Main 
Ncwburgh & Co, drygoods and clothing, 
25 Main 

O'NEILL JAMES, Blacksmith, oor 

Washington and Kentucky 
ORIENTAL FLOUR MILLS, G 

P McNear propr, 96, 98 and 100 Main 
Pander H, news agent, 70 Main 
Pearce G, attorney-at-law, 61 Main 
PETALUMA 1HLLIARO PAR- 
LOR, F A Alexander proprietor, 
Derby block, Washington 
PETALUMA COURIER, W F 
Bhattuck proprietor, cor Main and 
Washington 



Petaluma Gas Works, Main 
Petaluma Savings Bank, H T Fairbanks 
president; W B Haskell cashier, Main 
PETALUMA SOAP WORKS, G 
W Manville proprietor, opposite 
plaza, Main 
PETALUMA WEEKLY AR- 
GUS, Weston, Scudder & Co pro- 
prietors, NEcor Main and Washington 
PFAU J, Proprietor Centennial 

livery stable and saloon 
Phillips G M, dentist, Washington 
POEHLMANN BROS, Butchers, 
POLK € E, Watchmaker and jeweler, 

35 Main 
Pometta D, bootmaker, 32 Main 
Putnam, D W C & Co, wagonmakers, cor 

English and Keller 
Ranard J M & Co, varieties, 41 Main 
Ree I & Davis, livery stable, Main 
Reed J Q, photographer, 58 Main 
Revere house, Main 

RICE C B, Lumber yard and carriage 
material, foot of Main and B 

RIESE F, Upholsterer and cabinet- 
maker, 34 Washington 

ROSS G, Photographer, opposite Ameri- 
can hotel, Main 

RUGG J T, Baker, Main 

Rutherford Mrs W P, millinery and hair 
goods, 36 Main 

Savage F W, secretary Sonoma Water'Co 

SAVAGE JOHN, Manufacturing 
jeweler, 62 Main 

SAVAGE Mrs JOHN, Fancy goods, 
62 Main 

SCHLOSSER T C, Hardware, stoves, 
etc, west side of Main 

Schmitt George, general merchandise, cor 
Main and B 

Schwartz & Son, groceries, Main 

Shattuck F W, attorney-at-law, cor Main 
and Washington 

SHATTUCK W F, Proprietor "Peta- 
luma Courier" 

Sheldon H M, fruit and vegetables, Main 

SHEPHERD J S, M », Physician, 
(homoeopathic) , Sixth and Howard 

SHOW A J, Drygoods, clothing, etc, 
Main 

SLOFER «& FULLER, Proprietors 
Centennial Planing mill and box 
factory, cor B and Third 
Smith Frank, president Sonoma Water Co 
Smith J J, produce, Washington 
Smith W J, fruit and vegetables, Main 
Soldate & Cereghino, proprietors Washing- 
ton hotel and restaurant 
Sonoma County Water Company, Frank 
Smith president; F W Langee sec- 
retary and superintendent, office cor 
Main and Washington, 
SONOMA «fc MARIN MUTUAL 
BENEFIT ASSOCIATION, 
W H Falkner, Secretary, 34 Mam 



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Sonoma and Marin railroad company, 
Main 

SPOTSWOOD R «fc CO, Black- 
smiths and wagonmakers, cor JYash- 
ington and Keller 
Stalker W, bootmaker, Washington 
Steiger W A & Son, gunsmiths, 38 Main 
Sullivan A, saloon. Main 
SWISS STORE, P Bolla & Co., pro- 
prietors, grocers, 40 Main 
Symonds C W, grocers, 31 Main 
Tempel C & Co, hardware, Main 
THOMPSON A C, Marble works, 

Main above plaza 
TIG HE KEEEY, Proprietor Brook- 
lyn hotel, cor Washington & Kentucky 
Towne S D, druggist Main 
TRIELSOX C, Watchmaker and 

jeweler, cor Washington and Main 
Twist Mrs S M, dressmaker, 60 Main 
Vander (Noot) & Son (J), liquors, 60 
Van Doren J S, cashier Bank of Sonoma, 
Main 

Walsh M, boots and shoes, Main 
Warnebros U W, gunsmith. Main 
WASHINGTON HOTEL AND 

R EST A U R A NT, Soldate & Cere- 
ghino, proprietors, Washington 
Weil <fc Co, drygoods and carpets, 23 Main 
Weir Miss E C, milliner, 30 Main 
West P A, proprietor City hotel 
WESTON, SCUDDER «fc CO, 
Proprietors "Petaluma Weekly Argus" 
Whitney A P, general merchandise, cor 

Main and English 
Wickersham I G, president First National 

Gold Bank, Main 
Wiers, Spotswood & Co, blacksmiths and 

carriagemakers, Washington ' 
Wiswell J A, paints, oils, etc 
Zartman & Co, blacksmiths and carriage- 
makers, cor Howard and English 



Placerville, 

EL DORADO COUXTY, 

Is an incorporated city and county seat of 
El Dorado county, situated in the foothills 
of the Sierras, about 50 miles from Sacra- 
mento. Is the oldest town in the mining 
district, it having been settled in 1848. It 
was originally known as Hangtown, but as 
the town grew and advanced in importance 
tli' citizens changed it to its present name. 
With the transfer of travel to other routes 
and the decline in mining the place de- 
clined, and its population reduced to less 
than 1,000. But with the interests of agri- 
culture the prospects of the town have 
been brightening, and the population now 
numbers 1,700. 



A EDEN S J «& CO, druggists, Main 



Allen H S, gun and locksmith, Main 
Allen J P, carpenter 

Anderson James M, U S deputy and county 
surveyor 

Bailey J G, constable and deputy sheriff, 
Courthouse 

Ballard & Simmons, Oasis saloon, Main 

Barss F F, jeweler, Main 

Barthmoew A, livery stable, Main 

REACH S G, Carpenter, Main 

Beffa Angelo, liquors, next to Courthouse 

Blair J & J, lumber, Main 

Blanchard George G, attorney-at-law, Main 

Brancoli C, bootmaker, Main 

Brewster C W, drygoods, clothing, and 
banking business, Main 

Brian H, hotel, Main 

RRITO J, Liquors, Main 

Brown A A, tailor, Main 

Brown C B, tinware, Main 

RURNHAH GEORGE, County 
Clerk, Becorder and Auditor, Court- 
house 

BUTTS JAMES, Barber, next door 

to the Central house, Main 
Carpenter G J, attorney-at-law 
Cartheche J, cigars, tobacco, candies, 

fruits, etc, cor Main & Coloma 
CENTRAE HOUSE, W N Muffley 

proprietor 

Clase & Alderson, saloon and oyster stand, 

cor Quartz and Main 
Collins Fred, Public Administrator and 

Coroner 
Cohn E, tailor, Main 

CONKEIN E R, A M, Principal 
Placerville Academy 

Creighton Mrs M, flouring mill 

CROCKER B S, Drygoods and cloth- 
ing, Upper Placerville 

Culbertson H T & Co, furniture, and un- 
dertakers, Main 

Darlington A, groceries, cor Main and Sac 

DAVIS B F, proprietor "El Dorado 
County Eepublican" 

DEAN J E, Justice of the Peace, Main 

Degelman J, boot aod shoe store, Main 

DENCH J W, Harnessmaker, Main 

Ditson William, liquors, Main 

Dixon W H, manager Granger store, Main 

Doncaster E, Assessor and Collector, 
Courthouse 

Dunn A, carpenter, Main 

DUNN D, Blacksmith, Sacramento-st 

Dunn Nelson, carpenter, Upper Placerville 

EE DORADO COUNTY RE- 
PUBLICAN. B F Davis proprietor 

Fox & Dater, blacksmiths, Main, bet Canal 
and Sacramento 

Fraser Thomas, notary publio and real es- 
tate agent, Main 

Gardner T A, confectionery and ice cream, 
Main 

Gaterman H, furniture & undertaker, Main 
Gilbert G H, photographer, Main 



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Glynn J, dentist, cor Main and Canal 
Goldner J, groceries, tobacco and fancy 
articles 

Green B, bootmaker, Upper Placer ville 
Hall A P, drugs and stationery, Main 
HAMBLIN S C, Carpenter 
Hazen Rev E A, clergyman. (Methodist) 
HOFME3STER FRED, Proprietor 

Ohio house, cor Main & Sacramento 
HILBIR!) CANNING AND 

DRYING CO, H G Hulburd 

Superintendent 
HUNGER FRED, Meat market, Main 
INGHAM GEORGE II, District 

Attorney 
Irwin Charles F, County Judge 
•Tun. s "William, lumber, Main 
Johnst>n & Landecker. barbers, Main 
JOHNSON W H, Barber, Main 
Keespe J, cigars, fruits, candies, toys, etc 
Kemp William, cooper, Main 
Kempthorn J H, liquors, Main 
Kennedy A J, Internal Revenue Collector, 

Main 

Kiene Mrs E, proprss Placer hotel, Main 
KIRSCH JOHN, Bootmaker, Sac- 

ramento-st 
Kuhn S W, physician, Main 
Landecker L, groceries, provisions and 

grain, Main 
Lowry A J, postmaster and agent Wells, 

Fargo & Co, Main 
MASON D B. Groceries. Main 
MAYNARD CHARLES A, Feed 

stable. Main 
McBride R B, groceries, Main 
Mehren J, liquors, Main 
Mierson, Jewell & Co, clothiug and bank- 
ing business. Main 
MILLER D P, Liqifors, Main 
Jforey H S, foundry and machine shops 
MOUNTAIN DEMOCRAT, W A 

Belkirk, proprietor 
MUFFLE Y W N, Proprietor Central 

house, Main 
Munson H F, meat market, Main 
Munson John P, supt public schools 

Courthouse 
MURGOTTEN H C, Carpenter, Main 
Myers George, liquors, Main 
NEWELL Rev J M, Clergyman, 

(Presbyterian) 
Nugent T C. insurance agent 
O'CONNELL Rev P, Clergyman, 
(Catholic) 

Parkhurst 0, drygoods and clothing, Main 
Patten T B, notary public and attorney-at- 
law. Main 

PATTON «fc MAYER, Blacksmiths, 
Main 

Peiree Rev C C, clergyman, (Episcopal) 
Pearson -J MoF, soda factory, Main 
PERKINS J L, Books and stationery, 
plaza J 
Plumado F H, bootmaker, Main 



Post B F, carpenter, Main 

Rogers J C, tailor, Main' 

ROLLERI JOSEPH, Washington 
saloon. Main 

ROWSSIN C T, Under Sheriff 

RYAN S F, Manager Skating BinI 

Schlaier G. carpenter, Main 

SELKIRK W A, Proprietor "Moun- 
tain Democrat" 

SIEG FRED, Liquors, Coloma-st 

Sigwart J A. watchmaker and jeweler. Main 

SILVERMAN «fc ABRAMSKY, 
Drygoods, Main 

Simon M & Son, drygoods & clothing, Main 

Simpson James, City bakery, Main 

Spencer W E, dentist, Main 

Squires Ogden, attorney-at-law and justice 
of the peace 

Stephens T R, proprietor stage line, office 
Carv house 

STEPHENS T R, Stage and livery 
stable 

Stewart A G, tel operator, Cary house 
Stimpson S F, physician, Main 
Swan George W, supt El Dorado Water 

and Deep Gravel Mining Co, Main 
Theisen John, Sheriff, Courthouse 
Tracv H N, boot and shoe store, Main 
VAROZZA «fc GIANNINI, Pro 

prietors Cary house 
Vickery George, bootmaker, Upper Placerv 
Walling & Clark, hardware. Main 
WALZ JOHN, Meat market, Main, 

near Courthouse 
Weatherwax C H, hardware, Main 
White D J, liquors, Main 
WILCOX T, Groceries and hardware, 

Upper Placerville 
Williams George E, District Judge 
Wonderly N & A, blacksmiths and wagon- 
makers, Main 
Worthen H W A, physician, Main 
Yarnold Richard, hotel, Upper Placerville 
Zeiss J, brewery, Main, Upper Placerville 
ZWISLER BROS, Drygoods, Main 



Pleasanton, 

ALAMEDA COUNTY, 

So named for its pleasant location, is a 
thriving village on the Central Pacific 
railroad, 42 miles from San Francisco, It 
has 550 inhabitants and polls 126 votes. 



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Bellinger O D, fruits 
Bennett John, liquors 
Bilz J A, blacksmith and wagonmaker 
BLUMENTHAL <fc BRO, General 

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BOYDSTON U A, Agent C P R R 

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Bunker H E, liqnors 

Carr Peter, proprietor Emerald house 

(O ATS L A, Livery stable and Justice 

of the Peace 
Connor James, bootmaker 
I • Hello J C, bootmaker 
DETJENS HERMAN, Proprietor 

Germania hotel 
Goldman & Areudt, general merchandise; 

agent Wells, Fargo A Co 
GOlETTE JOHN, Harnessmaker 
Hoffman Fred, bakery 
Jacintho Frank, liquors 
JOHNSON JACOB, Proprietor 

Farmers' hotel 
Jordan W A, hotel 
Ladwig William, butcher 
Lander MBA Co, general merchandise 
M IRK 1 If, Physician 
McCaw D, liquors 

McLaughlin Mrs B A, boarding house 

Mesmer Christian, liquors 

■ORRIS HENRY, Western Union 

Telegraph operator 
Morris Mrs S E. dressmaker 
Myer, Chadbourne A Co, grain warehouse 

and lumber 
NOACK ALFRED. Cabin* tmaker 
PAL.MKK J K, Attorney-at-law and 

Notary Public 
Pinkncp Micajah, hardware and tinware 

postoftice 
Silva M S. barber shop and saloon 
WALTON «Y N E A L. Car] 
WELLER II O, Grain buyer 
Whitney J H, dressmaker 
Wood G B, restaurant 
Wood E P, physician 



FELKER WILLIAM, Blacksmith 
GESSLER J A, Butcher 
Heilrath John, blacksmith 
12 1 Mi SO N & MILLER, Livery 

and feed stable 
Hooper W H, superintendent Phoenix 

Gold Mining Company 
Jones Rev J H, clergyman, (Methodist) 
LAGOMiRSLXS L, Carpenter 
Lewis S G, notary public and justice of 

the peace 
Liebrich E F. phvsician 
MeGEE Mrs E 31, Wyoming hotel 
McMulleu D, hotel 
Nickolaus H, butcher 
Norris J C, liquors 
NOR R IS L G, Liquors 
POTTER E S, Lumber yard 
Quinn P, liquors 
Schmitt Jacob, shoemaker 
Si II \ EIDER Miss A M, Alpine 

hotel 

TAYLOR WILLIAM, Barber 

Walker J C, barber 

WENZEL A, Blacksmith 

Willard & Falk, gen mdse; agent Wells, 

Fargo & Co, and tele graph 
Williams J C A Co, general merchandise 
WRIGHT W ALTER, Variety store 



Plymouth, 



AMADOR COUNTY, 

A small prosperous town, which is prin- 
cipally supported by mining. 

R LOWER JOHN, Shoemaker 
SO YD < II A RLES E, Carpenter 

RR ICE M S, Cigars, tobacco and 
liquors 

BRISTOW W ILLIAM, Carpenter 
Chilton Mrs E M, lodging house 

LOUGH F W. Engineer 
DANIELS R R. Carpenter 
l> \ \ I ES J L. (General merchandise 
Deakini William H, carpenter 
DORR WILLIAM, Wagonmaker 
DUDLEY CHARLES, Carpenter 
Dl \C 1 N R II. General merchandise 
E ASTON T W, Proprietor Forest 
house 

Idmondaon A Lewis, gen mdse, Postoffice 
Mkti J J, Plymouth hotel 



Red Bluff, 

TEHAMA COUNTY, 

The largest town and county seat of Te- 
hama county, is built at the hejd of navi- 
gation on the Sacramento river, and thus 
commands a fine trade with the surround- 
ing country. It is in the midst of a rich 
agricultural district and luxuriant grazing 
lands, which are invaluable resoui-ces to a 
steadily increasing business. It has a 
population of 3,500; is distant from San 
Francisco 274 miles. 



ALLBRIGIIT H M, Blacksmith, cor 

Main and Walnut 
RHINE Y A ALVORD, Druggists, 

Main 

BAHXEY, CAMPBELL <& CO, 

General merchandise, cor Main and 
Oak 

Bahney W H, postmaster, Main 
BANK OF TEHAMA COUNTY, 

W B Cahoone, Cashier, Main. 
Banks Jerome, District Attorney, Court- 
house 

RO FINGER «fc ENDRES, Liquors, 

Main 
Bofinger G, liquors 
Bofinger William, brewery 
Brady John, livery stable, cor Main & Oak 
BRAYNARD C P, Attorney-at-law, 

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Brownstein J, drvgoods and clothing 

( AHOONE W B, Cashier of Tehama 

County Bank, Main 
Cameron J S, physician 
CHAOBOLBNE J, Attorney-at-lav, 

Main 

CHARLES SIDNEY, Livery and 
feed stable, Main 

CHRISTIAN CHARL.ES E, Hair- 
dresser, Main 

CHURCH J E, General merchandise 
and carpets, Main 

CLARK L D, Proprietor "People's 
Cause", cor Main and Hickory 

Clark & Mayhew, groceries, crockery and 
hardware 

Comstock C A, justice of the peace and 

Police Judge 
CRANOALL C G, Harness, saddles 

and real estate; proprietor Crandall's 

hall. Main 

CROCKER N «fe CO, Drygoods, 

clothing, boots, shoes and carpets 
CLASHING E S, Sheriff, Courthouee 
DAWSON E «& J, Blacksmiths, car- 
riagemakers and painters, cor High 
and Oak 

DeSHIELDS E, County Clerk, Re- 
corder and Auditor, Courthouse 

DELVICCHIO C H, Hairdresser, 
Main 

BILL A BOUGH «fc BRIGGS, Liq- 
uors, Main 

DOLLEFELD C, Merchant tailor, 
Main 

EBY JACKSON, County Assesor, 

Courthouse 
Epperson wagonmaker 
FICKERT C W, Furniture, bedding 

and undertaking, Main 
Fickert Miss L M, millinery and bazaar, 

Main 

FRANK D W, Agent Wells, Fargo & 
Co, and Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph 
Company 

Garter Charles A, attorney-at-law 

GERSTENBERGER «fc KUHN, 
Watches, jewelry and jewelry manu- 
facturers, cor Main and Pine 

Gray, physician 

Hansen Hans, carpenter and builder, Main 
HART THOMAS P, Blacksmith, cor 

Main and Walnut 
HICKS S P, Lodgings, Main 
Hicks Mis S P, millinery 
Hoffman L I), dentist 
HI ,HK I* R, Liquors and groceries, 

Madison 

JOHNSON .1 S, Justice of the Peace, 
Coroner and Administrator, Court- 
house 

Join s W Henry, attorney-at-law and notary 

public 
Keegan Gerald, tailor 
Kelley T II , hairdresser 



KIMBALL <& WELTON, General 
merchandise and wool buyers, Union 
block, Main 

KINGSLEY GEORGE L «fc CO, 

Gunsmiths and glove factory, Wash- 
ington 

KNIGHT «fc SPRINGATE, Black- 
smiths and wagonmakers, Pine 

Kraft H, Red Bluff gas works 

Lange Chas W, hairdresser and bafchs, 
Main 

LANGE L H D, Liquors; dealer in 
hides and tallow, Main 

Lange Mrs L H D, cigars, groceries, 
crockery and varieties 

LEONARD GEORGE O, Gun- 
smith, glove manufactory and tannery, 
Main 

Lewis E J, attorney-at-law 
Lintz & Edwards, liquors, Main 
LOOMIS A J, Washington market, cor 

Main and Pine 
MAN ASS E J M, Cigars, tobacco, 
watches, jewelry, crockery, news, etc; 
agent Western Union Telegraph Com- 
pany, Main 
MARTIN J E, Carriage & sign painter 
MATLOCK J T, Attorney-at-law, 
Main 

Mayhew Charles R, County Treasurer 
MAYHEW G H, Hardware, stoves, 

tinware, agricultural implements and 

guns, Main 
MAYHEW Rev H A, Clergyman 

and County Judge, Courthouse 
MAYHEW W P, Proprietor Tremont 

hotel, Main 
McCARTY CHARLES, Bootmaker, 

Main 

McKEON B, Blacksmith, Main 

MILLER HENRY, Farmers' Ex- 
change hotel, Main 

MISCH JOE, Dentist, Main 

Murdock Mrs M E, millinery and fancy 
goods, Main 

Noland M D, liquors, Main 

Olendorf W D, physician 

OTTO CHRISTIAN, Bootmaker 
and dealer, Main 

PEGBEN WILLIAM, Liquors, 
Main 

PEOPLE'S CAUSE, L D Clark, pro- 
prietor, cor Main & Hickory 

POTTS J O, Proprietor Red Bluff 
hotel, Main 

RAINFORO JOSEPH, Saddle 
Rock oyster saloon and restaurant 

RAY CHARLES, Liquors, Main 

RICHART «& COLLINS, Harness 
and saddles, Main 

Riggs & Alvord, water works 

ROBERTS J B, Livery stable, cor 
Main and Walnut 

ROBINSON HENRY, Restaurant 
and liquors, cor Walnut and Madison 



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MUmi WILLIAM R, Res- 
taurant and liquors. Main 

ROSE V E A KK ROBERT, Druggist 
and ajxithecary, Main 

NAY RE C F. Sample rooms. Main 

M IIOl \MM> S D «fc BRO, 
Jewelry, stationery, crockery wall 
paper, guns, fishing tackle, toys, 
dgnurv, cutlery and varieties, Main 

Schroder A ft B, liquors and oysters 

M'Kl'HV FKAXK, Bed Bluff 
market, cor Main and Oak 

S E H T I \ E li. A Townsend, proprietor, 
cor Main and Oak 

Shackelford H B, County Surveyor, Court- 
house 

SEE KIM C A, Livery and feed stable, 

NTEIF ADAH, City market, Main 
.NTO K K PAI L, Harness and saddles, 
Main 

Tavlor G W, agent ( Vntral Pacific railroad 
TIPTON A Rl KIT. Wool buyers 

and general merchandise 
TOW \Si:\l) A. Proprietor "TheSen- 

tin< 1" cor Main and Oak 
Yolk* r C A Bon, clothing and groceries 
VOLI \ T I N E A H A Li A SS E. 
Hardware, stoves, tinware and agri- 
cultural implements, Main 
Ward M. clothing, boots and shoes 
WERK T R. Wagonniaker, cor Main 

and Walnut 
Wentz Hi m y. bakery and liquors, Main 
W( -stlake G W, physician, Main 
White A H, carriage and sign painter 
Wible Rev E A, clergyman, (Methodist) 
Wi< maun Louis, bootmaker, Main 
WILCOX A P, Liquors, Main 



Redwood City, 

SAX MATEO COUNTY. 

A small agricultural town on the Southern 
Pacific railroad, 28 miles from San Fran- 



Allen J M ft Son, blacksmiths and wagon- 
makers 

Ayr< > Charles S, propr Tremont house 
Baker D, drygoods 

RARKER GEORGE, County Au- 
ditor, Courthouse 
Bates L I,, bootmaker 
R E A E!S E O W A KD, Livery stable 
Beck Miss Grace, manager W U Tel Co 
RECK WILLIAM, Bootmaker and 
dealer 

Bickm 11 J W, Countv Judge 
HOTSCII FRED, Liquors and ci- 
gars 

Boynton B -R, propr American house 



Chamberlain ft Wilcox, general merchan- 
dise; agents Wells, Fargo & Co 

Cloud J J, county survevor 

COOK S M,* Livery and feed stable 

COOPER E B, Furniture, upholster- 
ing, wall paper, etc 

Davis Bros, market 

DENNIS AMOS, Lumber and wood 
DENNIS A GOILD, Groceries 
EDGAR JOHN C, Sheriff and Tax 

Collector 
Eikerenkotter E, liquors 
Fay ft Darbyshire, photographers and pic- 
tures 

Fitch James F, stoves, tin and hardware 
FITZ PATRICK P. Liquors 
FORD «fc HANNAH, Blacksmiths 

and wagonmakers 
FOX G W, Attorney-at-law and No- 
tary Public 
Frisbie Will, postmaster and druggist 
GAZETTE A TIMES, H N Nut- 
ting, proprietor 
Glennan John W, harness and saddles 
GUNNING J. Horseshoer 
HAW A FORD K H, Liquors 
Hanson, Ackerson & Co, lumber dealers 
II I EE J J, County Assessor 
Hilton & Titus, blacksmiths and wagon- 
makers 

HORTON HENRY, Stoves, tin- 
ware and plumbing 

HANDING C G, Liquors & board- 
ing 

Jacobson L & Co, general merchandise 

Jackson I G, drvgoods and clothing 

JAMIESON P R, Tinner & plumber 

Jewett Rev H E, clergyman, (Congreg'l) 

K INC AID H, Attorney-at-law 

King Henry, hairdresser 

Kirkpatrick C A, physician 

KECK MARTIN, Groceries, crock- 
ery, clothing, etc 

EEARY D G, 'House & sign painter 

Lewis Walter, hairdresser 

McKeever George, restaurant 

5IOODY GEORGE, Agent Southern 
Pacific Railroad and Atlantic & Pacific 
Telegraph Co 

HILLEN DANIEL, Harness and 
saddles 

Mullen E, liquors 

NELSON ANDREW, Market 

Neville Mrs A, millinery 

Noldstram Charles, liquors 

NETTING H N, District Attorney; 
attorney-at-law and proprietor " Ga- 
zette and Times " 

Offermann J H & Co, groceries & brewery 

Peteri John, bootmaker 

PETERSON JOHN, Liquors 

Pfrang Jacob, bakery 

PHARIS L 91, Druggist 

Phelan M H, millinery and fancy goods 

PLANER JOHN, Bakery 



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Plump G, groceries, clothing, etc 
REED I'll AKL.ES A, Liquors and 
billiards 

RICE GEORGE II , County Clerk 

and Recorder, Courthouse 
Rooney it Doyle, tannery 
Ross George C, attorney-at-law 
Schultz Henrv. merchant tailor 
SCOITELD II A, Attorney-at-law; 

Notary Public; Court Commissioner 
Simpson & Hurd, flour mills 
Smith T J, groceries, clothing, etc 
Stafford James, groceries 
S WAKEY & ROBINS, Drygoods 
TAYLOR L, Bootmaker and dealer 
Thiel Gustave A, watches and jewelry 
Underbill A, cigars, tobacco, fruits, toys, 

etc 

Walsh Michael, justice of the peace 
Welborn W J, proprietor Grand hotel 
Welch R C, fruit and groceries 
Wentworth I M & Co, tannery 
WHARFF J F, Blacksmith 
wagonmaker 



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Sacramento, 

SACRAMENTO COUNTY. 

The varied history of this city is too well 
known to all business persons and readers 
of this country to. need repetition in this 
work. Suffice it to say it has survived the 
direst calamities and adversities — fire and 
flood— and holds its place among the most 
flourishing cities of the coast. The latest 
estimation of its population is about 
22,000. It being centrally located, and 
the capital of the State, attracts an excel- 
lent business to the place, and the capital 
buildings, with its surrounding beauti- 
fully laid-out and well-kept park, calls a 
visit from the pleasu^-seeking tourist. ! 
The city itself is so quietly beautiful that 
it cannot fail to create a feeling of pleas- 
ure in every one beholding it. Most of 
the cities and towns of the coast are easily 
accessible from here, either by rail or 
steamboat, and is but 84 miles distant from 
San Francisco, or a ride of by rail of 
about five hours' duration via Vallejo, and 
from seven to eight hours via the Overland 
route. 

Abramovieh John, fruits, 110 J 

ACKEKMANN A «& CO, Wholesale 
liquors, 1 and 3 J 

Ackermann & Co, fancy goods, etc, 189 J 

ADAM C E. Hay, grain and feed store, 
9 bet J and K 

Adams Conrad, liquors, 179 J 

A I>A HS JNO T. Candy factory, 250 J 

ADAMS, Mc\EILL A CO, Impor- 
ters and wholesale grocers, NE cor 
Front and L 



ADLER BROS, Cigar manufacturers, 

and cigars and tobacco, 131 K 
AGAR!) J J, Stock, insurance and 

money broker, 44 J 
AITREi\ «fc LUCE, Marble works, 

177 K 

Alexander B, clothing, 76 J 
ALEXANDER «fe CO, House, and 

sign painters, Sixth bet K and L 
ALEXANDER D E, Justice of the 

Peace and Notary Public, Seventh bet 

I and J 

ALEXANDER S, New and second 

hand clothing and tailoring, 124 K 
Alfaro Isidor, liquors, Front cor P 
Alkus Em.il, cigars and tobacco, 78 J 
Allen John F, manager Western Union 

Telegraph Co, 47 Second 
ALLEN «fc SCOTT, Clothing, 158 J 
Allmond Geo, glovemaker and agent Flor- 
ence sewing machine, Ninth bet J 
and K 

Ames E E, genl agent Studebaker wagons, 

49 and 51 J 
Anderson D O Mrs, lodging, 81 Fourth 
ANDERSON W A, Attorneys-at-law 

and city attorney, NE cor Third and J 
Ankener & Metzer, butchers Seventh bet 

H and I 

Annis Thos, wood and coal, 122 K 
ARNOLD JACOB, Butcher, cor Sec- 
ond and N 
Arnold J M, insurance agent, 43 Fourth 
ARNOLD M, Saddle Rock Oyster 

house, 51 Second 
ARMSTRONG J W, Attorney-at- 
law, 187 J 

ARMSTRONG THOS, Harness and 
collarmaker, J bet Eleventh & Twelfth 

ASK FRY Mrs <fc CO, Millinery and 
dressmaking, 147 J 

ASHER JULIUS, Photographer, 
236 J 

Atkinson E C. Principal Sacramento Busi- 
ness College, 210 I 

AXTMAN HERMAN, Groceries cor 
Tenth and I 

KACHLE JOSEPH, Liquors, cor K 
and Ninth 

Bailey W H, harnessmaker, cor K and 
Eleventh 

BAKER «& HAMILTON, Hard- 

Avare and agricultural implements, 9 to 
15 J 

BALDWIN W H, Physician and 

surgeon, NE cor Second and K 
BANHOLZER FERDINAND, 

Engraver, 176 J 
Bannister Thomas, unfurnished rooms, 

cor Fourth and J 
Barnes Charles, sacks, fruit, etc, 264 J 
BARNES R E & CO, Box factory, 

cor Second and M 
Batcher John, groceries, cor Third and M 
Bates G E, attorney-at-law, 24 Sixth 



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KATEK CiEO O, Carriagemaker, 248 K 
Bauer J A Co, furniture and bedding, SE 

cor J and Sixth 
B AI MLE F, Sausage, eggs and butter, 

124 J 

Baxter Mrs A G, dressmaker, 259 J 

-s Mrs V M, boarding house, Eighth, 

btiE and F 
BEAU II S, Photographer, 111 J 
Beatty H O, manager Sacramento smelting 

works, B bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 
Beaumont Duncan, dep state surveyor 

general 

Beck Thomas, Secretary of State, capitol 
BECK JI 1 V > F ■ I TZ, Liquors, 

(lieer Fritze), 151 K 
B . .]-• S S. rluthinu 2*2 J 
Beger Charles, butcher, Sixth, bet L A M 
B< 11 Lewis, auctioneer, 51 Fourth 
Bellmer John A Co, groceries, 278 J 
BEWETT ISA AC , Cigars, tobacco, 

candy, etc, 268 J 
BE\\ETT nisn M S, Boarding 

bouse, J 
Bennett N S, door, sash and blind factory, 

I- I- t Fifth and Sixth 
Berck L B, groceries, cor Thirteenth A K 
Bergmann Adam, manufacturer of wine, 

cider, concentrated vinegar, pickles, 

' to. L bet Seventh and Eighth 
id H M, carriage manufacturer, cor 

Sixth and L 
Betts Wm D, cigars, tobacco, groceries, 

etc, 59 Second 
BEAVER A TOWMiEMD, Pro- 
prietors Union hotel, Second 
Bien Louis, drygoods, 224 J 
Biewener A Hagemann, butchers, SE cor 

Fourth and M 
Itll MV4.S E I, A CO. Wholesale 

liquors and soda factory, 111 K 
Bingay Mrs E C, teacher of drawing, 

cor K and Ninth 
Binninger Mrs E, hotel, 151 Front 
Bittner Bobert, blacksmith 315 J 
BLACK A A J. Fountain bakery, 83 

HI, t IK A JOHNSON, Dexter sa- 
loon, 17S K 

Blanchard Geo A, attorney-at-law, NE cor 
Sixth ^nd I 

KI,A\< HARD A VA\ FLEET, 
Attorneys-at-law, NE cor Sixth and I 

Board of Transportation Commissioners, 
Walter M Philips 

IIOEKER BROS, Manufacturers and 
dealers in willowware, 214 J 

HOI It HOI F Ci A, Dyeing and scour- 
ing, 152 K 

Bock Mrs C, dressmaker, Tenth bet J^A K 
Bohl IVt< r. insurance solicitor, 89 J 
HO IT A NO ii, Casa Italiana, 107 Front 
Bonte Bev J H C, Rector of Grace (Epis- 
copal) Church, Eighth bet I and J 



BOOTH A CO, Wholesale grocers, 41, 
43, 45 A 47 Front 

This is the oldest firm in *the oity ; first 
established in the Spring of 1850, under 
the style of " Forshee ; Booth A Co.," 
composed of John Forshee, L. A. Booth, 
and Job Dye. The two latter gentlemen 
retired in the Spring of 1851. About 
•the same period Charles Smith and 
Newton Booth established business under 
the name of Smith A Booth. After the 
fire of 1852, L, A. Booth became a mem- 
ber of the firm, which was then known 
as Booth A Co. Kleinhans A Co., estab- 
lished in 1852 ; Theodore P. and D. 
Kleinhans, partners. The latter firm 
'united with the Kleinhans constituting 
the firm. Tne Kleinhans retired in 1860, 
and Newton Booth again entered the 
firm. L. A. Booth and T. L. Barker 
retired from the firm in 1862, and J. T. 
Glover became a member. This firm ! 
still continues, and that, too, with all 
the surroundings of prosperity. Its 
business relations extend not only 
through the northern aud southern 
counties of the State, but also through 
the entire State of Nevada. The firm 
also do business in San Francisco, under 
the firm name of W. W. Dodge A Co. 

Bronner George F, groceries and public 
administrator, cor 15 and L 

Brown Daniel, blacksmith and wagonma- 
ker, 278 K 

Brown C C. lodging house, cor K A Fourth 
BBOWN I S A II P, Attorneys-at- 
law, NE cor J and Third 
Brown John R, insurance agent, 46 Fourth 
Brown Mrs V A, ladies' hairdresser, Fiftb 

bet J and K 
Brown W B C, Controller of State, capitol 
BRI NNER ( HAS, Liquors 51 K 
BR Y DING P, Proprietor Tremont 

hotel, 12 A 14 J 
Bucklev P J. tailor. 210 K 
BI DD HENRY, Fish market, 5 
Front 

BULLARD BENJAMIN Jr, Attor- 
ney-at-law 187 J 

BI'RCiESS T K, Merchant tailor, 
117 K 

BIRLINGAttE H B, Men A boys' 
clothing, trunks, valises, etc, 146 J 

Borchers A Schwarz, brewery, cor Twelfth 
and H 

BAYER A CO, Groceries, cor Second 
and I 

Boyne A Brown, marble works, 204 K 
Brandt Aaron, ladies underwear, 147 % J 
BRAI N JOHN \V, Liquors, 22 J 
Bremerman Chr, liquors, 150 K 
Breuner John, furniture and bedding, 166, 

168 A 170 K 
Brewer A, liquors, Harbormaster and 

Health officer 147 Front 



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Brewer B B, dentist, 165 J 

UKi:WEK M T «fc CO, Wholesale 
fruit and produce 30 & 32 J 

BRIGGS H II, Physician, NE Cor 
Third and J 

Brigge Bey M C, clergyman (Methodist) , 
Sixth bet J and K 

Brockway C P, liquors, eor Fifth and L 

KKODERICK TIMOTHY, Liq- 
uors, K bet Tenth and Eleventh 

BURNETT A J, Manufacturer of 
Artificial stone, bet Eleventh and 
Twelfth 

BURNS J A, Physician and Pacific 

water cure, cor Seventh and L 
Burr E A, hay and grain, 239 & 241 J 
BUSH BROS, Plumbers; gas & steam 
fitters and importers of gas fixtures, 
90 J 

BYERS «fc FRITZ, Undertakers-, 
263 K 

CABWALABER EBW, Insurance 

and real estate, 61 J 
CADWALADER EBW <fc CO, 

Stock and money brokers, 61 J 
CADWALADER GEO, Attorney-- 

at law, NE cor J and Third 
CABUC P, Coal yard and agent Napa 

soda, 41 to 47 Third 
Cady H W, hairdresser, 52 Second 
Caldwell S R, constable, Seventh bet I & J 
CALIFORNIA CARRIAGE 
MANUFACTURING COM- 
PANY, cor K and Eighth 
Callahan D E, County Treasurer, Courth 
CALLIHAN Mrs P A, Millinery, 
153 J 

Calvyn & Chipman, sign painters, 71 
Second 

CAMPBELL JOHN, Furniture and 

bedding, 105 K; and furniture and 

commission, 53 Fourth 
Cantwell W R, attorney-at-law, 44 Fourth 
CAPITAL FURNITURE CO, cor 

Sixth and H 
CAPITAL SAVINGS BANK, 

James N Porter, Cashier, SW cor J 

and Fourth 
Carey G W, clerk Sur Gens office, Capitol 
Oarle & Croly, carpenters, 82 Second 
Carli C, bootmaker, 14 K 
Carpenter Mrs S A, dressmaker, 50 Sixth 
CARR EZRA S, State Superintendent 

Public Instruction 
Carr Mrs H T, dressmaking, 187 J 
CARR Mrs JENNIE C, Dep State 

Superintendent Public Instruction 
Carter C E, hairdresser, 230 K 
CASEY A CRONAN, Wholsale li- 
quors, 50 K 
CASTRO JOSEPH, Poultry, game 

fruit, etc, 229 J 
Caswell Wm, city bill poster, 152 K 
CATLIN A P, Attorney-at-law, SE 

cor K and Second 



CHADDERD0S J L, Paints, oils, 

varnishes, glass, etc, 36 K 
Chadwick Geo, horseshoer, Seventh bet-K- 
aYid I> 

Chamberlin V J, livery stable, 174 K 
Chambers Chas, groceries, cor Fourth & F 
CHAPIN S F, Physician, 90 J 
Chapman Frank, livery'stable, 294 J 
CHESLEY GEO W 4k CO, Whole- 
sale liqnors and- grocers, 51 Front 
Clark & Davis, undertakers, 49&51 Fourth 
Clark Patrick, groceries, eor Sixth and M 
CLARK ROBT C, Attorney-at-law^ 

and County Judge, 189 J 
Clark Wm, liquors, 119 K 
Clarken Matt, atty-at-law, cor J & Fifth 
CLAYTON M F, Eclectic physicians- 
Seventh bet J arid K 
CLAYTON ZEBULON, Carpenter-;. 

Eighth bet I and J 
CLEMENTS Miss M, Ladies' under- 
wear, 149 J 
CLINCH C, Saw-flier, 248 K 
Cluness W B, physician and surgeon, NE 

cor Second and E 
Coffev & Anderson, carriagemakers, 93 J 
COFFIELO PETER, liquors, 240 K- 
Coffin Cvrus S, insurance solicitor, 89 J 
COGAR BEN, Hairdresser. 38 Second 
COGLAN CHAS M, Manager A- & P 

Tel Co, 48 Second 
COHEN BEN, Carpets, curtains, wall 

paper, etc, 115 and 117 J 
Cohn — tailor, ILbet Tenth & Eleventh 
Cohn A, tailor, 146 K 

Cole Guy W, atty-at-law, NE ear Sixth & t 
Coleman L, cigars, tobacco, fruit, candy, 

etc, 218 J 

COLEMAN W P, Real estate and in- 
surance, 89 J 
Colla Jules P, liquors and oysters, 195 J 



COMSTOCK W B, Furniture, whole- 
sale and retail, cor K and Fifth 



Coney S, fruit, cigars, etff, 61 Front & 5 & 
Conger Thomas, attorney-at-law, Seventh, 
bet I & J 

CONLON P, Proprietor City hotel, 
75 K 

CONRAB JOHN, Watches and jewel- 
ry, 113 J 
Considine D J, liquors, 59 Front 
COOK A A, Architect, 53 Fourth 
Cook T H, groceries, cor Eighth and J 
Cook Thomas, hab dresser, 286 K 
COOKE «fc GREGORY, Pioneer 

box factory, cor Front and M 
COOKSLEY H J, Oculist, eor O & 
Tenth 

COOLOT A, Cigars, tobacco, station- 
ery and varieties, 238 J (own importa- 
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( OOri K DAVID, Liquors, 53 
Front 

Cooper D A Co, *ood and coal, I, bet 

Sixth and Seventh 
COOPER 9BOBGB, Fruit, vege- 
tables, rish, poultry and game, 144 K 
COOPER WM J. Constable, Fifth. 

bet I and J 
< OK It 1 V A DAVIS, Liquors and 

cigars, 52 J 
Cordes Ernst, proprietor Atlantic hotel, cor 

Twelfth and I 
OorHM Win, house painter, 123 K 
Corrado G B, hotel, 121 Front 
Coster L H, veterinary surgeon, 313 J 
Counts J B, attv-at-law, Courthouse 
CO A CEO A CO, Grocers, 271 and 
K, and agents S Barb, wire fence 
COX Mr* M R. dressmaker, Eighth, 

1m t J and E 
CRAVENS R O, State Librarian, 

capitol 

Crocker B R, agent W D Co A C P R R 

storehouse, 103 Front 
CROCKER II i A CO, Printers and 

stutiotMTS, 42 and 44 J 
Cruuia Wra P, ovster A chophouse, 179 E 
CROSS SiMI El., Arrv- ; a-hiw and 

searcher of records, 125 J 
CROWEJLX \\ II A CO. Pronrie- 
tors ' Sacramento Valley Agricultur- 
ist," cor J and Sixth 
Crowell W T. city collector, cor Front A I 
CRUMP WILLIAM, Skating rink. 

Pavilion, cor Sixth and M 
CI RHINOS i II A CO, Whole- 
sale fruit and produce, 82 J 
Cummiugs C, poultry, 167 E 
Cunningham A Bates, restaurant, 242 E 
CI NNINCMHAM JOHN, 

stable, 313 J 
Curry Mrs S. dressmaker, Fourth, cor E 
Curtis A Clunie, attys-at-law. 24 Sixth 
Cnsack C E, cigars, tobacco and varieties, 
171 E 

CCSHMAH 1ATHEW, St. ward 
of Howard Benevolent Association A 
Librarian Sac Library, 210 I 

Dahring* r A Brown, blacksmiths and 
wagonmakers, J, bet Eleventh and 
Twelfth 

DALE »V CO, Music, toys, zephyr, 

wools and fancy goods, 185 J 
Dalton J P. secy C, SW cor J A Fifth 
Paly Mrs J M. dress and cloakmaker, 69 J 
DANC1LEH CII AS. Liquors, SE cor 

J and Third 
DAN IN iL E X I S JOS EPH, Boots 

and shoes. NW cor J and Sixth 
DAI CHERT Y A CO, Groceries, 

provisions and produce, 7 Front 
DAVID E, Agent Wheeler A Wilson 

Sewing Machines, 119 J 
Davis J. president Dime Savings Bank, 48 

Fourth 



Davis James, butcher, cor Tenth and N 
Davis James G. furniture, 107 E 
DAVIS S H, Hardware, mechanics' 

tools and light agricultural imple- 
ments, 196 J 
DAVIS A SMITH, Stoves, tinware 

and plumbing, 254 J 
Davis Win J. official reporter of the Sixth 

District, Court, Courthouse 
Dean G B, carpenter, Twelfth bet C and D 
Debernardi D, fruit, vegetables, poultry, 

game, etc, 74 E 
De La SOT A PROSPERO, Fruit, 

candy, cigars, etc, 163 E 
DeLonge J B, liquors, Second and E 
Deluchi Gaetano, forwarding merchant, 

cor Fifth and I 
Denison Eli S, news agt C P K R, 3 Front 
REYYERY ALPHOXSE A CO, 

Crockery and glassware, 148 J 
Denson S C, District Judge, Courthouse 
DEPl V * BROnAtlin, Liquors, 

J bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 
Deseve J B, bootmaker, Ninth bet J and E 
Devine J C, marble works, 216 E 
Devine Martin, groceries, cor Sixth and N 
Devlin Robt, groceries, NW cor Fourth A M 
Rl EF EY R ICHER A NEW- 

3IAX, Hairdressers and baths, 53 E 
Dierssen D, groceries, cor Ninth and L 
DIET ERICH A WIEDEMANN, 

Union Restaurant and Lodginghouse, 

cor J and Eighth 
Dime Savings Bank, J Davis, president; 

Max Marcuse, secretary and cashier, 

48 Fourth bet J A E 
Dingley Nathaniel, coffee and spice mills, 

111 bet Front and Second 
Dixon G M, physician, NE cor Seventh A I 
DO DOE S K. Glove manfr. 55 Fourth 
DOIIERTV M rs J. Druggist, NE 

cor Third and J 
Doherty Mrs R, groceries, cor N and Fifth 
Dohn Charles, liquors, 266 E 
Dolan J T, groceries, cor Eighth and M 
Domingos John, liquors, 50 Second 
DONAIIAR Mm J W. Proprietress 

Hotel de France, 90 Second, J W Don- 

ahar, manager 
Donahue John, groceries, cor Twelfth A D 
DONOVAN JOHN, Liquors and 

lodgings, SW cor Third and L 
Dorney M L, bootmaker, Fourth bet MAN 
DOR YE Y P S, Supreme Chief O C, 

SW cor J and Fifth 
Dorrego P C ; teacher of guitar, banjo, flute, 

etc, Fourth bet E A L 
DOICHERTY Mrs N, Empire 

lodging house, cor Second and E 
Doyle Jno, horseshr, E bet Tenth A Elevth 
Dray F R, real estate A ins agt, 53 Fourth 
Drew M M, Sheriff, Courthouse 
Drew NLA Co, lumber, cor Second A M 
Dryman Mrs C, proprietress Philadelphia 

house, Eighth bet J and E 



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J) in nan It L, manager COD store, 72 K 
DUKHERLEY JOSEPH, Pre- 
server and mounter of birds, 202 K 
DUNLAP ISAIAH, Hairdresser, 
181 K 

Dunlap Mrs J, ladies' hairdresser and wig 

maker, 155 J 
DUXLAP P, Attorney-at-law, 103 J 
Dwinelle Rev I E, clergyman (Congrega- 
tional) , Sixth bet I and J 
DWYER STEPHEN, Groceries, cor 

Sixteenth and J 
DYE TROY, New York Market, cor K 

and Tenth 
EARL D W, Forwarding and com- 
mission merchant, 109 and 111 Front 
Eastmond & Cottier, Pat Ventil'n Co, 91 K 
Eaton G M, lodgings, 242 K 
EAVES W T, Watches, jewelry and 

spectacles, 49 Second 
ERERHARDT WM, Wood and ivory 

turner; modelmaker and canes, pipes, 

guns, etc. 164 K 
Ebert E G, merchant tailor, 151 J 
Ebner Bros, wholesale liquors, 41 Fourth 
ECKHARDT HENRY, Gunsmith; 

guns and ammunition, 149 K 
Edgerton Henry, attorney-at-law, NE cor 

Sixth and I 
EDGERTON, TUBRS «fc COLE, 

Attorneys-at-law, NE cor Sixth an ft I 
EGL A, Fruits, nuts, candy, etc, 140 J 
EHLERS BERNARD, Groceries, 

cor Second and N 
EHMANN CHR, Groceries, SW cor 

Second and M 
Eilers D W, groceries, cor Tenth and O 
Eitel Frederick, candy factory, 81 J 
ELDRED H, Proprietor State House, 

cor K and Tenth 
ELKUS L & CO, Wholesale clothing 

and agents Mission Woolen Mills, 49 

Front 

Elliott O, pictures and frames, 220 K 
Ellis Peter, bootmaker, Fifth bet L & M 
Kl worthy F C, grainer, Twelfth bet N & O 
EMMONS Miss D H, Millinery, 

145 J 7 
English James Lawrence, counsellor-at- 

law, 39 J 

ENNIS Mrs H, Boarding and lodg- 
ing. Seventh bet H and I 
Bppelein Albert, restaurant, 197 J 
Estill A H, under-sheriff, Courthouse 
Estudillo J G, State Treasurer, Capitol 
EWERS OTTO, Liquors, NW cor K 

and Second 
T VMM HIED Mrs S K, Dressmak- 
ing, 173 J 

FALKENN T E I N JOHN A, Boot- 
maker. 153 K 

r A It It R A, Proprietor Telegraph 
house, 864 .1 bet Twelfth and Thir'th 

FARRELL U'M D, Proprietor Gran- 
gers' hotel, 18 Front 



FARREN JOHN, Horseshoer, 234 K 
FAY Miss ANNA, Bestaurant, 55 
Front 

FAY MICHAEL, Proprietor Eldred 

house, K bet Tenth and Eleventh 
Felch W C, real estate & ins agt, 45 Fourth 
FEEDHUSEN CLAES, Groceries, 

cor Eighth and L 
FELLOWS HART, Beceiver U S 

Land Office,^cor J and Fourth 
FERGUSON R C, Whitewashing & 

jobbing, M, bet Fourth and Fifth 
Ferguson Mrs B C, ladies' hairdresser, M, 

bet Fourth and Fifth 
Ferris & Wilson, market, 186 J 
Filand Patrick, groceries, cor Third and 

Second 

Fillmore J A, superintendent Sacramento 
and Oregon divisions C P B B 

Fish Fredrick, groceries, cor Twelfth & G 

Fish F N, marbleworks, 73 J 

FISHER C H, Physician, 46 J 

FISHER H, Candy factory -and ice- 
cream saloon, 138 J 

FISHER N, Machinist, locksmith and 
model maker, 121 K 

FISK «fc GILL, Manufacturers of & 
dealer in electrical apparatus and sil- 
verplaters, 232 J 

Fitzsimmons P, plumbing and gasfitting, 
Fourth, bet K and L 

FLAHERTY PETER, Liquors, 46 
and 48 Sixth 

FLORERG J P. Watches and jewelry, 
60 J 

Flohr Andrew, gunsmith, 56 Sixth 
FLOHR CHARLES, Gunsmith ; 

guns and ammunition, 145 K 
FLYNN AND MCCARTHY, 

Proprietors Bailroad house, 81 Front 
FORD THOMAS P, Bookkeeper 

for superintendent State Printing 
FOSTER «fc ACEFF, Wood and 

willowware ; broom factory and 

matches, 57 J 
FOSTER F, Bookbindery, 83 J 
Foster Jacob, liquors, 50 Third 
Fox John, proprietor Fox's hotel, Fourth, 

bet K and L 
Foy F M, merchant tailor, 124 J 
Francis Geo, furnishing goods, 137 K 
Fratt F W, propr Orlean's hotel, Second 
FRAZEE S, Harness & saddles, 233 J 
FRAZER W F <& CO, Lumber, cor 

Fifth and L 
Freeman A C, attorney-at-law & searcher 

of records, Fifth, bet I and J 
Frees Jacob, propr Belvidere hotel, Sixth, 

bet J and K 
Friedman M, cigars, candy and fruit, 50 J 
FRIEND TERRY & CO, Lumber 

dealers, 140 Second 
Frost A L, internal revenue collector, cor 

Fourth and J 
Fuchs Oswald, Pac Gardens, cor Ninth & C 



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FFCIIS PETER, Pacific cigar manu- 
factory and dealer in cigars and to- 
bacco, 101 K 

Gabrielli Pellegrino, propr Garibalda 
house, 20 L 

( \(.I.IVK»OJOHX. Liquors, 85 
Second 

GALE GEORGE, Clerk State Land 
Office, capitol 

Gale Samuel, plasterer and whitewashes 
N, Net Third and Fourth 

GARDNER DANIEL, Wood and 
coal. Sixth, bet K and L, and I bet 
Fourth and Fifth 

GARDNER T J, Blacksmith and 
wagonmaker, J, bet Twelfth & Thir- 
teenth 

Gates Justin, druggist, cor J and Sixth 
Gates M E. fn-ight ag.-nt Sac V R R, Front 
GEHRING FRED, Harness and 

- 1 .Idles. 270 J 
GEORGE F 8, Hairdresser and baths, 

304 J 

Gerber it Lorenz, grocers, cor Tenth <fe J 

Giles J W, hairdresser, 8 K 

Gilligan Mrs K, dressmaker, SW cor 

Eighth and J 
Gillis D, livery stable, Eighth, bet I and J 
OILMAN BROS A CO, ln-v-oods, 

137 J 

<;il.M\\c:i (Red House) , drygoods, 
clothing, boots and shoes, 198 J 

Oilman L S, livery stable, Second bet M 
and N 

Gilmer Thomas W, Justice of the Peace, 

Fifth bet I and J 
GIRAUD A PITCHER, Hardware 

and jeweltrs' tools, opera glasses, etc, 

154 J 

Givens John, liquors, cor Fourth and I 
GLEASON .1 J. Plumber, gas and 

steamfitter, 198 K 
GLEESON Mrs ELLEN, Proprie- 
tress St Charles hotel, 242 J 
Glissmann C, physician, 149 K 
Globe Printing Co, B V Raye manager, 

cor J and Sixth 
0MPel H. bootmaker. 227 J 
GOGINGS R E, Druggist, 262 J 
<;OI>l>M AN S. Groceries, steam coffee 

and spice mills, NW cor Second & J 
GO N NET A, Liquors, SE cor L and 
Beoond 

GOODKLL N D, Architect, SW cor 

Rffhth and J 
Goods J C, attorney-at-law, 44 Fourth 
Gossner B, billiard table manufacturer, 

141 K 

GOVE A ALLEN, Photographers, 
187 J 

Graf M, turner, 57 Fourth 

Grafmiller Andrew, boarding stable, Ninth 

ti t J and K 
GRAA < A D, Cutlery and cigars, 

83 K 



GRAY JOHN J, House and sign 
painter, 139 K 

Green Christopher, President of Board of 
Trustees, cor Front and I 

GREEN * TRAINOR. Empire Mar- 
ket, 24 K 

GREER E, Groceries, 236 K 

Gregorv J, wholesale produce, 26 and 28 J 

GRIESEL, JACOB, Harness and sad- 
dles, 312 J 

Griffith Edward, cutler & saw-filer, 208 K 

Griffith S J, liquors, 75 Front 

Griffitts J T & Co, drvgoods, 248 J 

GROT1I A LONGABALGH, Li- 
quors, 68 J 

GRFHbER E A C, Columbus Brewy, 
cor K and Sixteenth 

Gruhler Jacob, liquors, 152 J , 

Guinean Thos, propr Arcade hotel, 40 and 
42 Second 

Guinn Wm H, barber, 42 Fourth 

Guire Wm C, liquors, 134 K 

Gunn Erastus, blacksmith, 12 and 14 I 

Gunn James O B, secy, treas and man- 
ager Sac Vallev Beet sugar Co, 9 K 

G17TENBERGER WM, Sacramen- 
to Foundry and machine shop, cor 
Front and N 

GFTII GEORGE, Groceries, cor 
Twelfth and I 

GFTII RIE A B, Capital saloon, SW 
cor K and Seventh 

GFTHRIE BROS, Tinners, plumbers 
and gasfitters, 25 J 

Gwerder Anton, liquors, 22 K 

Haberkorn Wm, tailor, 25 J 

HAINES G, Justice of the Peace, 52 
Fourth 

HAH ANN C H, Liquors; oyster and 
chophouse, 135 K 

II AMB1 RGER A, Drygoods, SW cor 
J and Seventh 

HAMBURGER S D A CO, Manu- 
facturers furniture; warerooms 238 K; 
factory L bet Fifth and Sixth 

Hamilton Ed R, cashier Sac Sav Bank, cor 
J and Fifth 

Hamilton Jo, Attorney General, Capitol 

Hammer & Keber, produce and com mer- 
chants, 17 and 19 K 

HAMMER E K, Pianos, organs, mu- 
sic and jewelry, 246 J 

HAMMER M Druggist, NE cor K 
and Fourth 

Hammon C H, liquors, 296 J 

HAMMOND E, Hydes and wool, 91 
Front 

Hanlon James, liquors, 112 J 
Hannan Owen, liquors, 89 K 
Hanrahan Michael, wood and coal, cor L 

and Eighth 
Hanson Otto, merchant tailor, 106 J 
Harkins John P, groceries, cor K & Sixth 
Harkness R D, physician, Thirteenth bet 

D and E 



H. Wachhorgt, Importer of Fine Watches, Jewelry and Diamonds, 79 J s.t. Sac. 



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Harlev & Lauchlan, junk store, 274 K 
HARPER THOMAS, Boot and shoe 

manufacturer and dealer, 85 J 
Harpj r W A, carpenter and joiner, 260 K 
HARRIS L R, Liquors, SWcorKand 

Tenth 

Hart Patk, groceries, cor Fourteenth and I 
HARTMAN G PHIL, Oriental Mar- 
ket. 114 K 

Hartwell. Hotchkiss & Stalker, planing 
mills, cor Front and Q 

HARVEY Mrs S A, Plaza Glove Fac- 
tory, 274 H J 

Ha swell E F, books, stationery and news, 
56 Fourth 

Hatch & Cary, watches, jewelry and guns, 
39 Second 

Hatch F W, physician, 84 J 

HATCH F W Jr, Physician, 84 J 

HAWLEY Mrs A M, Dressmaker, N 
bet Fifth and Sixth 

HAWLEY MARCUS C «fc CO, 
Hardware and agricultural imple- 
ments, NE cor Second and J 

HAYDEJf C C, Conveyancer, 17 J 

HAYMOND «fc COGGINS, Attor- 
nevs-at-law, 53 J 

HAYTON GEO M, Boots and shoes, 
dealer and manufacturer, 74 J 

Hector John, liquors, 78 K 

Heil Fred, liquors, 147 K 

Heilbron A & Bro, wholesale butchers, 
Sixth, bet I and J 

HEILBRON F, Butcher, Sixth, bet 
I and J 

Heimle F, clergyman Independent Ger- 
man Lutheran Church, Pioneer Hall 
HEINRICH CHAS, Groceries, NE 

cor Third and L 
Hcisch Geo C, sausages, etc, 145 K 
ED Lsen Chas, liquors, SW cor Seventh & I 
Bellinge Wm, woodyard, cor Second & N 
HENDERSON A G, Saloon and res- 
taurant, cor Tenth and M 
Herzpg Philip, market, 18 J 
Heymau Arnold, agent Steinway pianos, 
• 182 I 

Heyum H, cigars, tobacco and spectacles, 
164 J 

Hickman P J, carpet cleaning, cor Eighth 
and D 

HICKMAN P L, City auditor and 
clerk of trustees, Front and I 

HILL JOSEPH F, Carriage manu- 
factory, cor J and Thirteenth 

HILLE'BKANB A, Boot manufac- 
turer and dealer, Masonic block, cor 
Sixth and K 

HINKSON AI>D C, Attorney-at-law 
and city superintendent of schools, 
187 J 

Hinkson W.B, atty-at-law, I, bet Sixth & 

Seventh 

Hockwell Peter, boardinghouse, Front, 
. bet Q and R 



Hodgon W, propr Mansion house, Seventh, 

bet I and J 
HOEHN JACOB, Coalyard and supt 

Pacific Ice Co, 143 and 145 1 
Hogeboom F B, executive clerk of Gov- 
ernor, capitol 
Holbrook, Merrill & Co, stoves, metals & 

hardware, 178 J 
Holl & Hinkson, attorneys-at-law, I, bet 

Sixth and Seventh 
HOLL S SOLON, Attorney-at-law, 

I, bet Sixth and Seventh 
HOLLFELDER P, Liquors, 106 K 
HOLMES H T «& CO, Lime, cement 

and fire material, I, bet Fifth & Sixth 
Holton Geo H, city agent "Evening Bee" 

75 J 

Hook Wm, carpenter, Fourth, bet K & L 
HOPFE HENRY, Carriage painter, 

J, bet Eleventh and Twelfth 
HOPKINS A S, Books, stationery 

and news, 75 & 77 J 
Hopkins Bev T S, clergyman, Methodist, 

Seventh, bet J and K 
HOPPER P J, Attorney-at-law and 

Notary Public, cor J and Fourth 
Hopping Wm C, postmaster, cor Fourth 

and K 

Horan M S, Police Judge, cor Front and I 
Horstmann Christ, groceries, fruit, etc, 
251 J 

HOTZ J M, Druggist, 72 J 
HOUSTON <Jfc COOK, Employment 

office, Fourth, nr K 

HOWE Mrs B, Dressmaking, 149 J 

HOWE E P, Principal Howe's High 
School and Normal Institute, Sixth, 
bet J and K 

HOWE Mrs L, Dress and cloak- 
maker, 228 K 

Hoyt W H, plumber and gasft, 44 Third 

Hubbs Anthony, bookkeeper State Con- 
troller's office, capitol 

Huff S W, hairdresser, 143 K 

Hughes J W, wood and coal, cor Tenth &L 

HUGIISON FRANK R, Attorney- 
at-law, Fifth, bet I and J 

HUGHSON W A, Homoeopathic 
physician, cor Fourth and J 

Hunt C B, musician, 170 J 

Hunt W S, principal Young Ladies' Semi- 
nary, Sixth, bet K and L 

Huntington, Hopkins & Co, hardware, 
iron, steel and coal, 54 K 

HLTCHINGS J A, Real estate^and 
insurance agent, stock and money 
broker, 39 Fourth 

HYMAN ABRAHAM, Groceries, 
cigars and tobacco, 25 Front 

HYMAN J, Jr, Watches and jewelry, 
136 J 

HYMAN KOFFMAN, Watchmaker 

and jeweler, 102 J 
HYMAN LEON, Centennial barber- 
shop, 7 K 



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Hvman Moses, lamps and \arieties, 102 J 
I \ H ILL J J, Proprietor "Our Cor- 
ner" saloon, SE cor Front and J 
Irwin William, Governor, capitol 
I \i KSO* S J <A J M, Stoves and 

tinware, 116 J 
Jacobs E P, tailor, 230 K 
Jacobs L, secondhand clothing, SI E 
Jacobs N M. clothing, SW eor J and Fifth 
J E F F E Rl I*. Groeerios, cor Front & N 
JKLLY NASIUEL, Watches and jew- 

clrv, 120 J 
JESKlirS llrs AMELIA, Res- 

taurant, 153 E 
J< nkins C A, butcher, Seventh, bet M «t N 
JOII \SO\ B F. Magnolia hotel, 23 J 
JOIIVSOV GBOfE E. A; i 

law and Court Commissioner, Fifth, 
bet I and J 
Jolmson J A, Lieutenant Governor, capi- 
tal 

fcfeOMa J A, liquors, 6 Seeond 
Johnson Josiah. supt Sac Val B E, Front 
Johnson Matt, attorney-at-law, 43 Fourth 
Johnston I), land agent, cor J and Fourth 
Jones <fr Anderson, tish market, Front, 

foot of N 
JOMKfl A AITHOIY, 

fruits and produce, cor E and Fifth 
JoMM Mrs C, ladies' hairdresser and hair 

goods, 143 E 
JOMS < IllKI KS T. District At- 
torn* y, Courthouse, cor Seventh and I 
JOHES, UIYEVS A CO, Groeers; 
agents Gliddtn's patent steel barb 
fence wire, NWcor E and Tenth 
JOMS Mm LIZZIE, Bonnet 

bleaching, 44 Sixth 
Jones B S, carpenter, 152 I 
Jones Thomas. painter x 75 Fourth 
Joseph <fc Gribble, groceries, cor Front «t I 
Joseph M. clothing, 4 J 
KAERTH J. Boots and shoes, 121 J 
HAVE BERNARD, Proprietor 

Marysville hotel, 21 and 23 Front 
Eatschinski B, hairdresser <fc baths, 138 E 
KATZEM&TEI3 EI>, Cigars, to- 
bacco and varieties, 92 J 
Eatzenstein George B, grand secretary I 

O G T, cor Fourth and J 
Eeil C H, hairdresser and baths, 220 J 
KELLER A CO, Agricultural imple- 
ments, 43, 45 and 47 J 
Keller W B G, atty-at-laar, SW eor J & Fifth 
KIXKM,(. EEO\ARI>. Hard- 
ware, stoves and tinware; agricultural 
and mechanics' tools; furniture, car- 
pets, crockery, etc, 243 and 245 J 
Eelly Patrick, liquors, Sixth, bet H and I 
Ecndel Philip, hairdresser and baths, 49 E 
K< y Thomas, groceries, Fourth, bet 
L and M 

Eent M F, bakery, Third, bet M and N 
Eern Fredrick, blacksmith, Eleventh, bet 
G and H 



Eerth & Nicolaus, brewery, cor Twelfth 
and I 

li E STEER MARTIN, Carriage 
manufacturer, Ninth, bet J and E 

Ember Wm, painter & paper hanger, 148 I 

KIRK H C A CO, Wholesale drug- 
gists, 114 J 

KEERITZ A GREEK, Liquors, 
S4 Fourth 

Elein A B, liquors, 276 J 

HLLYK C F, Druggist, SW cor E 
and Sixth 

H.WIER LOUS A SOX, Pa 

cific Brewerv, cor P and Ninth 

HVH.HTS WILLIAM R, Hides, 
wool and furs, 79 Front 

Enox W F, second trustee and street com- 
missioner, cor Front and I 

KOE\l\« RICHARD, Groceries, 
cot Fourth and O 

Eohne Henry, liquors, 36 Fifth 

Eorn Jacob, proprietor Eorn's hotel, 
Fifth, bet J and E 

Eoznrinsky B, cigars and tobacco, 69 E 

Eraus E, liquors, 199 J 

KREBS C II, Paiuts, oils, glass, wall- 
paper, etc, 188 J 

Ereuzberger L, groceries and spice mills, 
112 E 

Eripp F. hairdresser and baths, 26 K 
Eropff Wm, carriage painter, 217 & 219 E 
Kl CHEER A SCHCRR, Empire 

Bakery, 291 J 
HUE5Y J B, Liquors, 103 E 
Euhl H, children's furnishing goods, 177 

J; liquors, 272 E 
HllLVLE WILLIAM, Carriage 

manufactnr, K. bet Eleventh & Twelfth 
III Mi l: LAMBERT, Proprietor 

Ebner hotel, 18 and 20 E 
Eunz Beruhard, bakery, cor Ninth and M 
Eyne M O, groceries, cor Twefrth and Q 
Lamet Eugene, French bakery, Fifth, bet 

I and J 

E WI> WILLIAM, Proprietor West- 
ern hotel, 43, 45 and 47 E 

LAXDES F L, County Superintendent 
Public Schools, Courthouse, Seventh 

LAVDRUM J T, Attorney-at-law; 
boardinghouse, 82 Third 

LA.\t; JACOB. Sacramento Dyeing 
and Cleaning Works, 206 J 

Lansing James, County Assessor, Courthse 

LAR5EY FRANK, Restaurant and 
liquors, SE cor E and Third 

Lasky B, secondhand clothing, 71 E 

LALFKOTTER WILLIAM, 
Stoves, hardware, tinware, horse- 
powers, pumps, roofing, etc, cor J and 
Tenth 

LAWSOI POWELL S, Metal 

roofer. 109 E 
LEAMAJtf JOHN A, Deputy District 

Attorney, Courthouse 
Lee B E, new Amer sewg machines, 167 J 



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IaEE T, Plaster Paris worker, 150 K 

LEE W II II A CO, Quincy Mar- 
ket; fish, game, poultry, fruit and 
produce, 116 K 

Lehman A, hay and grain, 280 J 

Leitch E M, "wood yard, cor Third and Q 

Leloy Louis, ladies' hairdresser and hair 
goods, 56 J 

EE ROY J F. Tailor, 202 E 

LESLIE RICHARD, Liquors, SW 
cor K and Fourth 

Lesman J, boardinghouse, 37 Seconds 

Levy Bernard, millinery, 133 J 

LEVY G N, Merchants' Exchange sa- 
loon, 57 Third 

Levy Morris, tailor, 21 E 

LEVY R, Fruit, cigars and tobacco: 
commission, 54 J 

Lewald Isaac, groceries, eo>r Seventh & P 

Lewis I, clothing, 190 J 

LEWIS L L <fc CO, Stoves, tin and 
hardware, 132 and 134 J and 41 Fiith 

Lichtenstein Jacob; cigars and fruit, 218 E 

LIGHT W W, Dentist, 329 I 

LIXDLEY A CO, Wholesale grocers, 
44, 46 and 48 E 

Link Frank, liquors, 226 E 

LIPM AN S A CO, Drygoods, cor J 
and Fifth 

LLOYD ANDREW, Stoves and tin- 
ware; plumber, 167 E 
Locke & Lavenson, carpets and paper- 
hangings, 84 and 86 J 
Loorya M, second-hand clothing, 37 Front 
LOORYA S, Cigars, tobacco and var- 
ieties, 37 E 
Lorenz & Gerber, market, cor J & Tenth 
Lothhammer Louis, liquors, 208 J 
Lowell K C, County Auditor and Recorder, 

Courthouse 
Lucey & McCallion, liquors, SW cor E and 
Second 

Luft H, tinroofer, 44 Third 

Lund & Lothhammer, pianomakers and 

repairer, 221 E' 
LI NK Mrs I W, Sacramento glove 

factory, Tenth, bet I and E 
Luttig Frank, groceries, cor Ninth and N 
LYON A RARNES, Wholesale pro- 

ducc dealers, 21 J 
LYON E A CO, Drygoods, SE cor J 

and Seventh 
Maass «t Neilsen, groceries, cor Seventh 

and N 

MACKALL A PELTIER, Market, 

NE cor L and Second 
WAINA A MARCO, Chop house, SW 

cor J and Third 
Manchester George, liquors, cor Seventh 

and E 

MANNING ALBERT, Notary Pub- 
lic, Courthouse 

Mansfield & Sehwamb, pictures, frames, 
books, stationery, news agents, etc, 
228 J 



Marcuse Max, secretary and cashier Dime 
Savings Bank, 48 Fourth 

MARKHAM ALBERT, Glove man- 
ufacturer, Sixth, bet H and I 

Marks. Harris, boots and shoes, 216 J 

MARR Mrs E M, Milliaery, fancy 
goods and dressmaking, 135 J 

Martin Mrs B, proprietress. International 
hotel, 86 and 88 E 

Martin Ed M, aitorney-at-law and com- 
missioner of deeds for Nevada, Court- 
house, cor Seventh and I 

MARTIN JOSEPH A M, Hard- 
ware, mechanics' tools, light farming 
implements, 246 E 

MARTINE J G, Brigadier General, 
Fourth brigade N G C; headquarters 
132 and 134 J 

Marvin W W, pianos and organs 119 J 

MASLIN E W, private secretary of 
Governor, capitol 

Mason Daniel, carriagemaker, Third, bet 
I and J 

Massey & Taubenheimer, carpets and up- 
holstery goods, 144 J 

Mathews. Wm H, fruit, 120 E 

Mauretich Anton, oyster and chop house, 
54 Third 

M AY T C, Truckman, stand at steamer 
Landing 

McCANN HENRY, Merchant tailor, 

222 J 

McCaragher John, groceries, SW cor Fifth 
and L 

McCarthy Eobt Emmet, boots & shoes, 88 J 
McCLATCHY JAMES A CO, 

Proprs Sacramento "Daily Bee," SW 

cor J and Third 
McCleery James, third trustee and supt 

City Water Works, Front and I 
McCLELLAN W B, Eeal estate agent 

Ninth, bet J and E 
McCLOY JOHN, Carpenter, Fifth, 

bet L and M 
McCord Bros, liquors, 80 E 
McCLEARY C A CO, Sacramento 

flour mills, 113 to 119 Front 
McElaney M, horseshoer, 86 Second 
Mac Ewen Alex W H & E H, stationery, 

school books, fancy goods and chil- 
dren's carriages, 172 J 
McEWAN WM, Liquors, SW cor E 

and Fifth 

McFadden & Saul, proprs Crescent City 
hotel, 181 J 

McFARLAND T B, Attorney-at-law 
and Register V S Land Office, cor J 
and Fourth 

McFetrish John, clerk of police court, 
Front and I 

McGINNISS CHRIST, Groceries, 
cor Eighth and O 

McGregor A, liquors, 109 E 

McGEIRE JAMES, Iron door man- 
ufacturer, 148 E 



Bradley & Rulofaon have the only Elevator connected with Photography in the "World* 



H. B. Burlingame's Clothing House, 146 J st. Sacramento, is a reasonable One-priced' houses 



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IfKIHMH A MoC AW,. Pioneer 
wood A coal yard, Second, bet L & M 
MeKum? J H, attornev-at-law, 53 J 

Mclaughlin wm, Trackman, 

17 J 

MdFWW < J A SMITH 

(1 J), Liquors and cigars, 183 J 
McManiiH Michael, coffee and spice mills, 

I bet Sixth and Seventh 
McM<>rrv F * Bro. boots and shoes, 99 K 
NcMOBRYT I 3 BR Y, Druggist, 210 J 
McMull. n D K, liverv stable, K, near 

Fourth 

McPhatter Mrs L M, dressmaker, NE cor 

Third and K 
M FBI I'M A CO, Wholesale grocers, 13 

and 15 K 

M EHASEffHn M, Dressmaker, 89 
Thirdf 

M III \RRY WM. May Flower saloon, 

81 i or K and Sixth 
Meierdierka Chas, groceries, cor Twelfth 

and O 

Meister August, carriagemaker, Ninth bet 
I and J 

Mfisti r a Co, dru^^ists, cor K and Ninth 
■ELLEN JOSEPH, Liquors, cor 

K and Seventh 
Melvin Wm, blacksmith and wagonmaker, 

cor Fourth and I 
Mcnkr A. tovs and fanev goods, 141 J 
M EXKE C J, Groceries, cor Tenth & N 
Hi mil F M, fruits, cor Eleventh and H 
Morrill G H, fruits, cor Sixth and N 

■emebsmith a gilbert, 

Tom fancy goods, lamps, frames, etc, 
157 K 

Metropolitan Theater, Joseph Bailey, man- 
ager, 115 K 

Meussdorffer J C, hatter; J F Slater man- 
ager, 105 J 

Meyer Paul, poultry, 253 J 

Mi. ucken P H liquors, 314 J 

M I ■ IC . A V I K V A IS BR XHARD, 
Proprietors Capital Furniture Co, cor 
Sixth and H 

■ILLEB CHAS, Bootmaker, J, bet 
Twelfth and Thirteenth 

Killer Frank, cashier National Gold Bank 
of D Mills & Co, cor J and Second 

Miller Michael, livery stable, Ninth, bet 
I and J 

■ILLEB A WHITE, groceries, cor 

Seventh and M 

Milliken Bros, groceries, SW cor K A'Third 

Ml EES WM H, Manager Sacramento 
"Record-Union," 49 and 51 Third 

Minis Wm, State Surveyor General 

KITCHBLL JOSEPH, Bootmaker, 
ii - K, bet Tenth and Eleventh 

MOI I ITT R A CO, Hay and grain, 
NE cor J and Eleventh 

Mohr <% Yoerk. market. 316 J 

MOI.Z J \( OK, Eomeopatkio physi- 
cian, 149 J 



MONNIER A, Watches and jewelry, 

cor K and Fifth 
MONTGOMERY JOSEPH F, 

Phvsician A surgeon, 125 J cor Fifth 
MOOXEY JNO E, Proprietor Brook- 
lyn hotel, 85 and 87 Front 
Moore G W, liquors, NE cor Front and J 
Moore Miss H, dressmaker, Eighth, bet J 
and K 

Moose Solomon, grocer and butcher, Third 

bet N and O 
MOREHOUSE O W, Quincy Mar- 
ket, 116 K 
Morris H, bootmaker, 110 K 
Morrison Mrs J, dressmaking, 153 J 
Morris P T, granite works, K bet Eighth 
and Ninth 

Morton D, tinner, J, bet Eleventh and 
Twelfth 

MORTON Mrs LAURA, Deputy 

State Librarian, Capitol 
Moses H A, clerk State superintendent 

public instruction, Cap tol 
MOTT E R, Jr, Stoves, metal and 

hardware, 53 and 55 J 
Mowrv E C, cabinetmr, Seventh, betK& L 
Ml ELLER J C G, Watchmaker and 

jeweler, 102 K 
MUXD & DUFFY, Restaurant, 74 

Second 

Murphy John, bootmaker, 173 K 
MURPHY Mrs R W, Millinery, 
165 J 

MURRAY JAMES, Liquors, 151 
Front 

Nailor Thomas, bootmaker, 88 Third 
Nash, Miller & Co, manfs fanning mills, 
264 E 

Nathan Charles P, clothing, 174 K 
Nathan Samuel & Co, clothing 131 J 
NATHAN S J A CO, Clothing, NE 

cor K and Third 
National Gold Bank of D O Mills & Co, 
Frank Miller cashier, cor J & Second 
Neidhardt W, carpenter and cabinetma- 
ker, L bet Sixth and Seventh 
Neidhavdt William F, butcher, .cor Sev- 
enth and P 
Nelis M, W U Tel operator, State Capitol 
Nelson A T & Son, harness & saddles, 91 K 
Nelson George, groceries, cor Third & N 
NELSON H W, Physician and sur- 
geon, 101 J 
NESS EL CHARLES, Liquors, 85 
Third 

Nessel & Garbe, tailors, 40 Third 
Neubauer A & Co, bakerv, 87 Third 
NEURAUER JACOB, Ladies' hair- 
dresser 109 and hairgoods, 284 J 
Neubourg & Lages, star mills and malt- 
house, 50, 52 & 54 Fifth 
NEUMANN GEORGE, Liquors, 149 
Front 

NEWMARK J S, Wholesale tobacco- 
nist, 118 J 



B. Wacbliorat has Rings from plain, solid Gold to the costliest Diamond Setting, 79 J st* 



SJaflyEveningTost, S.T., aTirst-classTamlly Taper; characterized hy Freshness &Yigor. 



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NEWMAN A: WEISMAN, Hair- 
dressers and baths, 73 K 

NOACK € J, Watches and jewelry, 
176 J 

Nobel R, groceries, cor K and Ninth 
NOOIVE ANDREW, Proprietor 

Hartford hotel, Fifth bet J and K 
NORTON A H, Saloon, 356 J bet 

Twelfth and Thirteenth 
NORTON W H. Bootmaker, 71 K 
NICHOLS «fc CO, Pail, box and bar- 
rel factory, cor Second and Q 
Nichols Mrs S, dressmaking, 171 J 
NIXON A B, Physician and surgeon, 

262 J; CPRR hospital 
Nixon S S, horseshoer, 175 K 
Oatman Ira E, Physician & surgeon 187 J 
O'BRIEN W J, Boots'and Shoes, 184 

J, and lime depot, I near Fifth 
O'BRYEN Mrs J, Fruits, candies, 

etc, NW cor Fifth and M 
Ochs Geo, brewery, G bet Sixth & Seventh 
OCHSNER JOHN, Cooper, 213 K 
O'Connell Michael, carptr, Sixth betN & 
O'CONNOR Mrs P, Dressmaker, cor 

Fourth and K, room 7 
Odd Fellows' Bank of Savings, H K Snow, 

cashier, cor Fourth and K 
OGOEN «& BARNEY, Liquors, ci- 
gars and tobacco, NE cor K and Front 
Olsson John, jeweler, 50 Sixth 
ORTH HENRY, Hairdresser and 

hairbrushing machine, 94 K 
Orth Rudolph, butcher, cor Twelfth and I 
Osborn & Co, wood and coal, I bet Eighth 
and Ninth 

OTENWALDER MARTIN, Liq- 
uors, 52 Sixth 

OTHICK EDWARD, Carriage trim- 
mer, Eleventh bet I and J 

Pacific Mutual Life Ins Co, A C Valliant 
secretary 41 Second, 

PALMER E B, Agent Singer Manu- 
facturing Co, 107 J 

Parker J E, harness and saddlery, 146 K 

Parker Richard, proprietor Parker house, 
cor K and Tenth 

Parsons James, boots and shoes, 163 J 

PARSONS JOHN, Bootmaker, 82 K 

Patcbin T A, watchmaker and jeweler, 
Ninth bet J and K 

PEARSON, AMSDEN «fc BUR- 
NETT, Planing mill and sash fac- 
tory, cor J and Twelfth 

Pendergast Patrick, groceries, SW cor 
Second and N 

PENDEGAST R W, Clerk Surveyor 
Gtener&Ta office, Capitol 

PENNELL 4k WOLFE, Liquors, 

PERRY Mrs HERMON, Principal 
Sacramento Seminary, I bet Tenth 
and Eleventh 

Peterson W F, candy factory, ice-cream 
.and oyster saloon, 182 J 



PETRIE WM M, Clothing and 

trunks, 252 J 
PETTIT R H, Cigars and tobacco; 

cigar manufactory, 55 K 
Phelan G- J, physician, Seventh bet J & K 
PHILIP ROBERT, Designer on 

wood; engraver, stencils & seals, 80 J 
Phillips Walter M, secty Board of Trans- 
portation Commissioners, capitol 
Pierotich J A, fruit, candy, cigars, etc, cor 

J and Third 
PIERSON If H, Dentist, 111 J 
Pike B F, carpenter, 75 Fourth 
Pike & Young, carriagemakers, SE cor 

Fourth and L 
PIZANO FRANK, Liquors, NW cor 

Third and L 
Piatt Wm, boots and shoes, 166 J 
POLITZ G, Capital Clothing House, 

178 K 

Pommer Chas, hairdresser, 168 J 
PONO Miss N C, Dressmaking, 149 J 
Poorman & Chandler, proprietors Grand 

hotel, cor K and Front 
POORMAN SAMUEL, Real estate, 

insurance, stock and money broker, 

100 J 

PORTER JAMES N, Cashier Cap- 
ital Savings Bank, SW cor J & Fourth 

POTTER P, Saddler and harness- 
maker, 80 Second 

Powers & Henderson, wholesale liquors, 
133 K 

Price Wm, liquors, 90 K 

Pringle Mrs H A, boardinghouse, NE cor 

Seventh and I 
Quaid P S, liquors, 77 K 
QUANCHI «fc SIMONI, Restaurant, 

15 Front 
QUINN O H, Hatter, 87 J 
Quinn John, furniture, 111 J 
RADONICH M, Bay Oyster House, 

57 Second 

Ramage John F, attorney-at-law, cor J and 
Fifth 

RAMAGE LEWIS, Attorney-at-law, 

cor J and Fifth 
RAPP C W «& CO, Dealers in fancy 

groceries, 139 J 
Ray N, whitewashing and general jobbing, 

Fifth bet J and K 
Ray Nelson, whitewashing and general 

jobbing, Ninth bet O and P 
Ray J R, City Surveyor, cor Front and I 
READY W B «fc CO, Manufacturers 

of agricultural implements, 297 to 303 J 
REEBER GOTTLIEB, Bakery, 

247 J 

Reed Wm, photographer, 117 J 

Reel & McGraw, flour mills, cor J and 

Thirteenth 
REEVES J A, Liquors, SE cor K and 

Fourth 

RE IB T B, Dentist, 81 J 
REIFFARTH OTTO, Saloon, 141 K 



Nation Gold Medal to Bradley & Bulofson for best Photographs in the United States, 



H. B. Burlingame, successor to R. T. Brown & Co., dealer in Men's Clothing, 146 J st. Sac 



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Reinhart Fred, groceries, cor Seventh & Q 
MEM FRO A nOKRFLLE, Manu- 
facturers Gilmore's Spring Reds, cor 
Eleventh and K 
Renwick Mrs SM, dressmaking, Tenth bet 
J and K 

Rice H H, clergyman (Presbyterian) , Sixth 
cor L 

Rice Peter, liquors. Front 

RIVETTE A A E, Job printers, 216 

M ln-t Seventh and Eighth 
KOISISIVS J HI, Big Tree Market; 

poultry, game, fruit and vegetables, 

Ml J 

ItOltlUVN \ W, Carriage trimmer, 

cor K and Eighth 
ICOBtllMS J H, Secretary Sacramen- 
to Vfood Co, 165 Front 
ROKERTSO* K IS. Clothing, 92 K 
ROItl\ CHAS, Clothing, 194 3 
ROBINSON M II. Hairdresser, 50 
Third 

ltO( ll<>\ O, Groceries, SW cor K and 
Eighth 

RO( K WM. Liquors and cigars, 136 K 
ROCKWELL WM.-Su willing, L bet 

Seventh and Eighth 
Roddy Mrs E A. dressmaker, 232 K 
Roddy James, bootmaker, 232 K 
Rode II. nroeeri cor Fourteenth and P 
Bodfltn Mrs M L, fruits and candies, cor 

Eighth and L 
Rodgers Mrs Marv, boarding and lodging, 

Tenth bet H and I 
Root, Neilson ft Co, Union Iron Works, 

Front bet N and O 
Rose L S, proprietor Rruce house, 308 J 
ROME M It. Machinist; windmill and 

pump manufacturer, 262 K 
Kos< • i ft Id Simon, cigars and tobacco, 70 J 
Rosenthal Augusta, furnishing gds, 169 K 
ROSENTHAL JOSEPH, Tailor, 

14 K 

ROSS A SIMMONS, Re*] estate & 

general auctioneer, 79 K 
Roth S, harness and saddles, 169 J 
Rothfeld Brothers, drygoods, NE cor J 

and Sixth 

ROWAN JAMES A CO, Employ- 
ment and general agency office, cor 
Sixth and K 

RI IIS I MLLER FRANK, Liquors, 

11H | 

RUSSELL P H, Grocer, 209 J 
Ryan James, boots and shoes, 236 J 
Ryan Mathew, restaurant, 16 K 
Sacramento City Library, Mathew Cush- 

man, librarian, 210 I 
SACRAMENTO DAILY BEE, 
James McClatchyA Co, props, SW cor 
J and Third 
SACRAMENTO JOURNAL, KF 

Wk iic ver «V Co, props, 71 J 
SACRAMENTO PLOW CO, W E 
Ready, manager, 297 to 303 J 



SACRAMENTO RECORD 
UNION, Wm H Mills, Manager, 49 
and 51 Third 
Sacramento Savings Rank, Ed R Hamil- 
ton, cashier, cor J and Fifth 
SACRAMENTO VALLEY AG- 
RICULTURIST, W H Crowell & 
Co, proprs, cor J and Sixth 
Sacramento Valley Reet Sugar Co, 9 K 
SACRAMENTO WOOD CO, 
Wood dealers and steamboat proprs, 
165 Front; J H Roberts, Secretary 
Saflbrd I V H, clerk Secy State, capitol 
Salle CFG, groceries, NW cor Sixth & I 
Sanders A N, bootmaker, 226 K 
San Lung <V Co, Japanese goods, 156 J 
SATRE RROS, Liquors, 38 J 
SCANLAN Rev P, Clergyman St 

Rose's Church, cor K and Seventh 
SCII A DEN AREND, Groceries, SE 

cor Second and M 
SCHAEFER C, Cooper, 23 K 
SCIIAUMLOFFEL WM, Liquors, 

SE cor K and Front 
SCIIEIREL GEO Sen, Liquors, 

coffee stand and lunches, 27 Front 
SCHEPP CHAS, Eutcher, Twelfth, 

bet E and F 
Schepp Conrad, butcher, cor Twelfth & E 
Scheunert H, hairdresser and baths, 186 K 
Schindler C, sash, door and blind factory, 
202 K 

SCIIMAELZLE LOUIS, Hair- 
dresser and baths, 182 K 

SCHMID JACOB, Proprietor Me- 
chanics' Exchange, 16 to 22 I 

Schmidt J M, liquors, 286 J 

SCUM ITT FRANK, Groceries, cor 
J and Thirteenth 

Schmitt Jacob, liquors, 222 K 

SCHNEIBEL <& SMITH, Market, 
56 Third 

SCHNEIDER A ANKELE, Pro- 
prietors Globe Restaurant, 39 K 

SCHROER BROS, Cracker bakery, 
212 a d 214 K 

SCII ROTH GEO, Rakery, 24 J 

Schuler & Co, proprs Wm Tell house, cor 
J and Ninth 

SCHUMACHER THEODORE, 
Hairdresser, 244 J 

Schwartz & Llewellyn, butchers, cor 
Seventh and L 

SCRIYER T D, Livery stable, Fourth, 
bet I and J 

Sellinger Chas, lodging and saloon, Fifth, 
bet J and K 

Sermonet Goerge, groceries, cor Seventh 
and G 

SHAFF Mrs MARY, Groceries, 111 
Fourth 

Sheerin James, bootmaker, 73 Third 
Shepherd F A, city assessor, Front and I 
SHERBURN W H, Furniture, auc- 
tioneer and com merchant, 87 K 



Gold-Headed Canes, Sleeve A Collar-Buttons, Precious Stones, etc., at Wachhorst's, 79 J 



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Shields F M, dentist, SW cor J and Fifth 
SHOEN PHILLIPP, Butcher, cor 

Ninth and M 
Shrogg John, bootmaker and dealer, 306 J 
SHULMEYER HENRY, Butcher, 

cor Second and O 
Siddons L L, jeweler, 42 Third 
SIERENTHALER PHILIP, 

Liquors, cor K and Eighth 
Silva J R, hairdresser, 63 Front 
SIMMONS D J A T CO, General auc- 
tioneers and commission merchants, 
50 Fourth 
Simmons G L, physician, 46 J 
Sinay Simon, cigars and tobacco, 143 J 
Singleton John, propr Pacific hotel, cor K 
and Fifth 

Sisson, Wallace & Co, Chinese supplies & 

general merchandise, 27 J 
SITES A, Manager Golden Eagle hotel, 

NW cor K and Seventh 
Skelton John, wood and coal, Fifth, bet 

I and J 

SLATER J F, Manager for J C Meuss- 
dorffer, hatter, 105 J 

Slaughter Jesse, plasterer and whitewasher, 
Fifth, bet L and M 

SMALL, R H, Hairdresser, 68 J 

SMETHURST Mis R W, Dress- 
maker, Eighth, bet J and K 

SMITH A M, Plumber and gasfitter; 
gasfixtures, 140 K 

SMITH ED F, Cigars and tobacco, 44 
Second 

SMITH H G & CO, Pioneer flour 

mills, near Yolo bridge 
SMITH L T, Plasterer, E bet Fifteenth 

and Sixteenth 
SMITH T P, Bootmaker, 286 J 
SMITH <fc YATES, Guild pianos and 

sheet music, 167 J 
SNIDER T A, M D, Physician, SE 

cor K and Second 
Snow H K, cashier Odd Fellows Bank of 

Savings, cor Fourth and K 
SPENCER CHAS E, City agent 

" Record-Union," 51 Third 
Sperry William, liquors, 38 K 
Stanley Lee, livery and feed stable, K bet 

Tenth and Eleventh 
STARING H D, Manager of Carroll's 

warehouse, cor Eleventh and B 
Starr Henry, attorney-at-law, NE cor 

Third and J 
STARR WARREN, Candy factory, 

St Denis Morris, groceries, 72 L 
STEIN «fc HIRSH, Junk store, 237 J 
Bteinmann Bernard, restaurant, C P R R 
depot 

Bteinmann H, watches and jewelry, 41 K 
Steinmeyer F W, groceries, cor Fourth 
and P 

STEPHENSON G A, Artificial limbs 
and surgical appliances, 145 K 



Stevens A J, master mechanic C P R R 



Stevens C A, freight agent C P R R Co 
Stevens E M, chief of police, office, water 

works, cor Front and I 
STEWART J A A CO, Drygoods, 
Butterick patterns and ladies under- 
wear, 226 & 228 J cor Eighth 
STOKEL W, Liquors, NW cor Third 
and J 

STOLL JOHN T, Saddle and harness 
manufacturer, 172 K 

STONE R «& CO, Saddlery, leather 
and shoe findings, 150 J 

STONER W P, Sign painter, Eighth 
bet I and J 

Storch J T, hairdresser, 254 K 

Strauss Louis, liquors, 68 K 

STRONG W R <fc CO, Wholesale 
produce, 8 & 10 J 

STRUTZ JULIUS, Wholesale liq- 
uors, 41 J 

Stuckenholz B Gernamia garden, cor 

Third and R 
Sutherland W H, stairbuilder, L, bet 

Sixth and Seventh 
SWAIN J A, Liquors, 40 Fourth 
Sweasey Mrs L, ladies' hairdresser, 153 J 
SWEENY RROS, Pacific Gas Me- 
ter and Brass Works, 38 Fifth 
Sweeney Mrs H, dressmaker, Sixth, bet 

J and K 
Sweetser A C, notary public 
SWEETSER & ALSIP, Real estate 

and insurance agents, 47 Fourth 
Swift Frank, constable, 52 Fourth 
SWILLING Mrs M L, French 

dressmaker, Sixth, bet I and J 
Swinerton George H, stoves, tin, hardware 

and gas fixtures, cor J and Seventh 
Talbot John, C P R R ticket agent, depot, 

cor Front and J 
Tartas Louis, bootmaker, Fifth, bet J & K 
Taubner Rev — , clergyman (Lutheran) , cor 

K and Twelfth 
Taylor Ed F, land agent, cor J & Fourth 
TAYLOR L S, Attorney-at-law, SW 

cor J and Fifth 
Taylor Mrs K M, dressmaker, 44 K 
TERRETS F F, Dentist, 157 J 
Ten Eycfc Mrs L L, lodginghouse, NW cor 

J and Third 
Thomas S P, physician, NE cor Third & J 
THOMPSON FRANK P, Superin- 
tendent State Printing, capitol 
Todd J A, photographer, 84 J 
Todd J W, bootmaker, 122 J 
TODHUNTER «fe RARRETT, 

Phoenix Market, 76 K 
TOLL N J, Grangers' livery stable, 

Seventh, bet K and L 
TRACEY FELIX, Agent Wells, 

Fargo & Co, 46 and 48 Secoud 
Trarbach John J, clothing, NW cor Third 

and K 



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Tit AVE It CHARLES, Proparieior 

Capital hotel, 8W cor K and Seventh 
Tronienschlager J, tailor, 50 Sixth 
Trope Peter, hatter, 123 J 
Tryon Sylvester, prest Capital woolen 

mill*." 217 and 219 J; feed (Stable, 

Tenth, bet H and I 
T- b incn Mrs C, dressmaker, Fifth, bet 

M and N 

Tubbs J C, attv-at-Iaw, NE cor Sixth & I 
TUTS A SPIEKER, Druggists, 

\ W cor K and Sixth 
Twitchell E, clerk State Land Office 
Tyrrell G G, physician, cor J and Fifth 
I III, FRED, Liquors, 200 K and 42 K 
I 111, Mrs It. Midwife; proprietress 

Albion lodging house, 147 K 
Upman Joseph, liquors, 43 Second 
Valliant A C, secretary Pacific Mutual Life 

Insurance Co, 41 Second 
Van Alstein B M, bootmaker, 44 Sixth 
Van DotTiner VN, bootmaker, 274 J 
VA \ KVERY II, Stoves and tinware, 

110 K 

Van Fleet W C, attorncy-at-law, NE cor 
Sixth and I 

van m i si \ a huhtoobt, 

Furniture and bedding, 204 J 
Van Lembrouck L, hardware, crockery 

and tinware, Third, bet N and O 
Van Orden John, tailor and furnishing 

goods, 295 J 
V i N I I N E A JOHNSOH, Market 

cor Third and L 
Van Veehten Tennis, feed stable, Tenth, 

bet K and L 
Vau^h.tn Qeo, carpenter, Fifth, bet I & J 
VKRNILYA A J, Undertaker. 10H J 
VICE DAVID, Liquors, cor J & Ninth 
\ l> M 'll YEIt JOSEPH, Mer- 

chant tailor, 234 J 
VOl I I 1 It HERMAN, Physician. 

cor K and Sixth 
VOLLi: FREDRICK, Groceries, 

cor Twelfth and E 
VOX BREYHAN A BRYANT, 

Manufacturers patent portable field, 

fenef and farm gates, Eighth, bet lit J 
Vorwerck Carl, liquors, 155 K 
W A« HHOBST II. Watches, jewelry 

and diamonds, 79 J 
Wadsworth Mrs W, proprietress Howard 

house, 9 and 11 K 
PTACiMER JAC OB, Groceries, cor 

T. nth and E 
Wagner John, livery stable, cor I & Ninth 
Wagner Michael, liquors, cor Ninth and I 
WAH SIU X; A CO. Boots and 

shoes, 157 J 
WAIT in X, Druggist and apothecary, 

8E cor K and Second 
Walle Wm, musician, Tenth, bet K and L 
Wakh P F. Adjutant General, capitol 
WALTHEH A HELL, Druggists 

and apothecaries, NE cor K & Second 



WALTOX R, Lumber dealer, cor 
J and Twelfth 

WARDLE UILLIAM. Furniture 
and bedding, 235 J 

WARL\G CHARLES A, Attorney- 
at-law, 189 J 

WATERHOISE A LESTER. 
Importers of wagon and carriage ma- 
terials, 200 & 202 J; 17, 19 & 21 Seventh 

Watson J R, supt CPRR hospital, cor 
Thirteenth and C 

W ATTLES M € H, Boarding and 
lodging, E, bet Sixth and Seventh 

WEAVER II A, Book and job printer, 
91 J 

W E HER F II E. Wholesale and re- 
tail dealer in groceries, provisions, 
grain & fruit, L, bet Twlfth & Thirt'nth 

WEBER A S( H A I MLOEFFEL 

Butchers, cor Tenth and H 
Weimann D & Son, stoves & tinware, 272 J 
W El Ai REICH A BARTELS, 

Wholesale liquors, 142 J 

W E I A STOCK. II A BRO (Me- 
chanics' store), clothing, furnishing 
goods, boots and shoes, 100 and 104 K 

WEISEE C A CO, Baltimore Mar- 
ket; agents Sacramento glue factory, 
218 and 220 L 

Welch Eenj, mastr car bldr, CPRR shops 

Welch Mrs J H, dressmaker, Seventh, bet 
J and K 

Welch John, groceries, cor Fourt'nth & G 
Wells Rev A J, clergyman (Methodist), 

Eleventh, bet H and I 
Wells Miss & Co, millinery, 171 J 
Wells Mrs H A, dressmaker, cor Seventh 

and J 

Welty D W, attorney-at-law, 53 J 
Western Hotel Clothing House, 49 K 
WETZEL MARTIN, Groceries, NE 

cor Fourth and N 
WETZEL PHILIP, Bootmaker, 55 

Fourth 

W'ETZLAR A J, Insurance agent, 34, 

36 and 38 Fourth 
Wetzlar Julius, real estate and insurance 

agent 34, 36 and 38 Fourth 
Wheeler J S, horseshoer, 78 Third 
White G A, county physician, hospital 
WHITE H O, Sign and scenic artist, 

123 K 

WRITTEN GEO, Liquors, 231 J 
WHITHER, FULLER A CO, 

Paints, oils, varnishes, glass, etc, 28 K 
WHITE A NICHOLL, Drygoods, 

NW cor J and Seventh 
Wick R K, coroner, 49 Fourth 
WTEO.MAA'X A HROJIADA, 

Candy factory, 113> K 
WIE.tIEYER UFA CO, Proprs 

"Sacramento Journal," 71 J 
Wiezel John, horseshoer, Ninth, bet J and K 
WILCOX, FELTER A CO, 

Wholesale liquors, 73 Front 



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WILCOXSON J, Capitalist, 103 J; 
res Yolo Co 

WILHE €HAS, Jewelry manufac- 
turer, SW cor J and Fifth 

WILKINSON T S, Propr American 
Eagle hotel, cor J and Twelfth 

WILL ARB Mrs A, Dressmaker, 
cor Seventh and G 

WILLEM J W, Central Mkt, 108 K 

WILLIAMS Mrs E, Boardinghouse, 
190 I 

WILLIAMS W G, Pacific Coast agent 
Detroit Safe Co, cor J and Fourth 

Williamson Henry, junkstore, Fourth, bet 
I and J 

WILSON «fc DENHALTER, Wash- 
ington mkt, fruit, vegetables, poultry, 
game, etc, 186 J 

WILSON J A, Furniture and bed- 
ding, cor J and Fourth 

Wilson Joseph, cigars and tobacco, 180 K 

W r ILSON J W, Livery stable, 86 Sec 

WILSON M, Tailor, 180 K 

Windau August, liquors, 170 J 

WINGATE C C, Livery stable, 140 & 
142 K 

WINN A G, County Surveyor, Courthse 
WISE WM E, Blacksmith & wagon- 
maker, Ninth, bet J and K 
Wiseman & Newman, hairdressers & baths, 
57 K 

Withington & Bagley, soap factory, cor J 

and Twelfth 
Wohlck Jno, groceries, SW cor Fourth &L 
WOLE JACOB, Liquors, SW cor J & 

Ninth 

WOOO A A, County Clerk Court- 
house and propr Agricultural Park 

WOOO J C, Liquors, 5 J 

Woods James A, carriage painting, 250 K 

WOOOS JOSEFH,Cigars & tobacco, 
59 K 

Woolf D B, clerk Supreme Court, capitol 
Woolf George, tailor, 53 Second 
WORK Miss E, Boarding and lodg- 
ing, cor Seventh and H 
WRIGHT Mrs M L, Dressmaker, 

H, bet Seventh and Eighth 
Wyant Mark, wood, Fourth, bet I and J 
W YATT SAMUEL,Restaurant, 10 K 
W V MAN CI I AS II. Land agent and 
Commissioner of Deeds, cor J& Fourth 
YOUNG J N, Atty-at-law, 46 Fourth 
Young Men's Christian Assn, cor K&Sixth 
YOUNGS Mrs WM, Dressmaker, 

Sixth, bet I and J 
STurhe W F, groceries, SW cor Seventh & L 
STury M, bootmaker, 40 K 
/"Her Leopold, butcher, cor Eighth & M 
Zundel Mrs, dressmaker, Ninth, bet L & M 



Salinas City, 

MONTEKEY COUNTY, 

Has for its site one of the finest in the 
State. The Salinas river, upon which it 
is situated, though not navigable, is clear 
and swift, and possesses many attractions 
for the city. The city was first surveyed 
and plotted in 1868, and has grown 
rapidly ever since". It is situated 118 miles 
from San Francisco. Salinas has every 
advantage for becoming a large and pros- 
perous town, for being as it is a compara- 
tively new town, it has made rapid strides 
in its progress. Its facilities for transpor- 
tation of grain and produce are excellent, 
thus assuring no little commercial import- 
ance. 



Abbott C S, market, Main 

ABBOTT E K, Physician and drug- 
gist, cor Main and Gabilan 

AOAMS ROBERT A, Hairdresser, 
Main 

ALEXANDER & SWINNER- 

TON, Attorneys-at-law, Main 
Allen Charles, blacksmith, Main 
ARCHER & FRASIER, Livery 

and feed stable, Main 
AUKER LEVI, Blacksmith and 

wagonmaker, Castroville-st 
Austin A M, agent M & S V R R depot 
Ball H S, grain buyer, Main 
Beard Charles R, propr Globe hotel, cor 

Pajaro and San Luis 
Beeman T, attorney-at-law,. Main 
Bessey Mrs C, dressmaker, Main 
BIRLEM «& CONNOR, Liquors, 

cigars and billiards, Main 
BRIGHAM R A, Dentist, Main 
BROWER «fc OINIIAM, Car- 
riage, ornamental and sign painters, 
Gabilan 

BROWN BROS, Salinas City Foun- 
dry, cor Alisal and Monterey 

Bullene A, blacksmith and wagonmaker, 
Main 

Cahoon Bros, agricultural implements, 
cor San Juan and Castro 

Carpenter W L, County Assessor, Court- 
house 

CASSIOAY SAMUEL, Notary 

Public; real estate dealer, Central ave 
Castro M A, tax collector, Courthouse 
Chevallier L E, liquors, Main 
Clark Richard, gunsmith, Main 
CLARKE WILLIAM, Plumber 
and gasfitter; Clarke's patent sprin- 
kler, Main 
Cloud A J, carpenter and builder 
Congdon G W, fruit, groceries and varie- 
ties, Main 

Conklin & Samuels, clothing and grocer- 
ies, Main 



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Conner W J, proprietor (Towner's hotel and 

livery stable, Main 
Conrads W G, bootmaker & dealer, Main 
Coulter W S, windmills, Main 
COS ST JOHN, City Surveyor and 

civil engineer, Main 
Cropley & Field, liquor* and cigars, Main 
Dean S L, liquors, Main 
DODGE W S. Attorney-at-law, Main 
DOLA1V P L A CO," Market, Main 
IM)K\ N A, District Attorney; at- 

t"i nev-at-law; Not'y Pub, Courthouse 
l>Ot TitlC K FRANK «V CO, 

Clothing and gents' furnishing goods, 

Main 

DKEI A EDWARD, Frank's res- 
taurant (French house), Main 
Dy. i- Mrs D A, millinery, Main 
FA It LEY M, Attorney-at-law, Main 
rARHERS 1 CM ION, Hardware, 
unic Tics, farm implements, stoves 
and tinware, cor Main and Gabilan 
PARRiWOBTH A WRIGHT, 

Restaurant and liquors, Main 
FRANKS A LEAN, Livery stable, 
Main 

Barbel I H, Surveyor, Main 

GEIL A HAYCOCK, Attorneys-at- 

law, Kerns' brick building, Main 
Gillett J S, physician, Main 
GRA YES J E, Sheriff, Courthouse 
fin-^'orv D S, attorney-at-law, Main 
GBOMIATEB A CO. Drygoods, 

fancy goods and clothing, cor Alisal 

and Main 
II V It It IS J H, Groceries, Main 
II 1ICKIS T G. General commission 

merchant; dealer in wagons and farm 

implements, Main 
Hart William, groceries, fruit, etc 
II- i lev Mrs T, millinery & varieties, Main 
HEERDT HARRY, Watches and 

jewelry, Main 
HE I THI ANN II II, Liquor, Main 
II 1 1,1, YY .1. Proprietor "Salinas City 

Index," Main 
HIT/. F, House and carriage painter, 

Gabilan; liquors, Main 
HO L K B E It G E It W I L L I AM, 

Hairdresser and baths. Main 
HUB I : RT CHAR L FS, German res- 
taurant, Main 
HUGHES M, Harness and saddles, 

Main 

Iverson J B, blacksmith and wagonmaker, 
Gabilan 

JOHNSON JOE, Liquors, Main 

JOHNSON W S, Cashier Salinas City 
Bank, Main 

JOKES M A SON, Fruit, vegetables, 
nut« and candy, etc, Main 

KEITH JAMES, Fruit, vegetables 
and candy. Main 

KEITH >li** JENNIE, Dress- 
maker, Main 



Keller Fred, liquors, San Juan-st 
KELLY J A WES. Liquors, Main 
KELLY' J C, Hairdresser, Main 
Kelly Mi s J C r hairwork, Main 
K FRY'S P, Liquors, wholesale and re- 
tail, Main 

KING J B, Agent Southern Pacific rail- 
road, depot 

KING W W, Warehouseman, depot 

KLl'HPP J F, Pioneer bakery, Main 

LACEY J V, Blacksmith, wagon- 
maker and machinist, Sausal 

Lawrence F A, liquors, Main 

Leese David, liquors, Main 

LEESE JACOB R, County Recorder, 
Courthouse 

LEESE LOUIS V, Deputy County 
Recorder, Main 

LEIGH J W, Proprietor "Monterey 
Democrat," Main 

LEMON G B, Dentist, Main 

I .cur /, H F, books and varieties, Main 

Levy L, liquors, Main 

Little Milton, County Treasurer, Court- 
house 

LLOYD D W, Groceries, fruits, candy 

and varieties, Main 
Lund I, liquors, Main 
Lurz ft Wagner, Salinas brewery, Castro- 

ville-st 

MAUTNER ADOLPH, Cigars and 
tobacco, Main 

Markley John, County Clerk and Secre- 
tary M S V R R, Courthouse 

MAUK C II, Feed stable, Gabilan 

Mauk Frank, agent W U Tel Co, Main 

MAULDIN «fc SMITH, Blacksmiths 
and wagonmakers, cor Alisal & Main 

McCroskey R C, superintendent schools, 
Courthouse 

McDougall J H, Postmaster, stationery, 
news, etc, Main 

Menke J H, liquors, Main 

Meyer & Friedlander, clothing and dry- 
goods, Main 

MILLER GEORGE S, Agent Wells, 
Fargo & Co, Main 

Miller & Johnson, hairdressers, Main 
i MONTEREY DEMOCRAT, J W 
Leigh, publisher, Main 

Monterey and Salinas Valley railroad, C S 
Abbott president; John Markley sec- 
retary, Main 

Nance C P, drygoods, clothing, gro- 
ceries, crockery, etc 

Nichols W P, iinder sheriff and notary 
public, Courthouse 

Norton J B, groceries and crockery, Main 

O'HARE JAMES, Bootmaker, Cas- 
troville-st 

Parker J W R, groceries & drygoods, Main 
PARKER W M R, Attorney-at-law, 
Searcher of Records and United 
States Court Commissioner, Kern's 
brick building, Main 



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PALMTAG GEORGE, Liquors and 

depot for Pajaro Brewery, Main 
Pier H, tailor, Main 

PRINGLE & JEFFERY, Proprie- 
tors Central hotel, Main 

QI IGLEY D J, Liquors, Main 

RAYMOND J P, Grain buyer, Main 

Reynolds George, bootmaker, Main 

Riboli Anton, chophouse, Main 

Richardson W A, liquors, Main 

UIOKDAjV Miss FANNIE, Dress- 
making, Main 

ROSSI E, Propr Helvetia hotel, Main 

RYAN THOMAS, Proprietor Man- 
sion house, Palmetto 

SALINAS CITY BANK, J D Carr, 
President; W S Johnson, Cashier 

Salinas City Gas and Water Company, 
Wm Vanderburst, secretary, cor Main 
and Gabilan 

SALINAS CITY INDEX, W J 
Hill, proprietor, Main 

SCHECHARD C F, Cigar maker; 
cigars, tobacco and fruit, etc, Main 

Scott J B, County Auditor, Courthouse 

SIEGHOED C, Watches, clocks 
and jewelry, Main 

SPICER W J, City market, Main 

STAN Li EY J P, Furniture, carpets 
and coffins, Main 

Stern L, cigars, tobacco, etc, Main 

St John E & Co, market, Main 

ST JOHN & MERCHANT, City 
Drug store, Main 

ST JOHN W, Manager Atlantic and 
Pacific Telegraph Company, Main 

STRELLNAEER «fc ABRAHAM 
Drygoods, clothing, groceries, liquors, 
boots and shoes, etc 

STOKES JAMES, Merchant tailor, 
Main 

SESSER JACOB A, Bootmaker and 

saloun, San Jaan-st 
Swift E J, proprietor Abbott house, Main 
THEIEMANN M C, Architect and 

lumber dealer, Central avenue 
Thornton D, harness and saddles, Main 
TOBEY «fc HUDSON, Empire Flour 

mills, Sausal 
TOEMAN G A, Boots, shoes, dealer 

ami manufacturer, Main 
TRAVIS «fc EITTON, Salinas City 

Flour mills 
TRIMMER O S, Physician, Main 
TROPE F II, Proprietor Salinas 

hotel, Castroville-st » 
TICKER & PIERCE, Livery and 

feed stable, Alisal 
TUTTLE H P, Physician, cor Main 

and Gabilan 
TYNAN A F, Proprietor Diamond 

hotel, cor Sausal and San Juan 
VANDERHLJRST, SANBORN & 

CO, General merchandise, cor Main 

and Gabilan 



VAN DIVEER WILLIAM J, 

Photographer, Gabilan 
Wall James A, attorney-at-law, Court- 
house 

WALLACE MARTIN, Liquors, 

Main 

WALSH A, Drygoods, Main 
Warren George, groceries, Main 
WATSON THOMAS, South End 

market, Main 
WEBB W H, County Judge and at- 

torney-at-law, Courthouse 
Webster & Schafer, stoves -and tinware, 
Main 

WETZEL P. Hairdresser, Main 
WHITE J E, Undertaker and builder, 

Gabilan 

WIERCKE HENRY, Bootmaker, 

Main 

Winham W P L, real estate agent, broker 

and auctioneer, Main 
Woodside P K, attorney-at-law, Main 
Wyatt N G, attorney-at-law, Main 



San Andreas, 

CALAVEBAS COUNTY, 

A small mining town 144 miles from San 
Francisco, and county seat of Calaveras 
county. 



Agostine C, groceries 

ALLEN H G, Postmaster; telegraph 

operator 
Bade H, tinsmith, Main 
Botzbach C F, blacksmith 
BURROWS EDWARD, Justice of 

the Peace 

CALAVERAS CITIZEN, W F Lea- 

vitt, proprietor 
CASEY WILLIAM, Liquors, Main 
Cassinelli D, general merchandise 
CAVEN JAMES, Proprietor Metro- 
politan hotel 
CHASE CHARLES L, Carpenter 
Cubertson A J, harnessmaker, Main 
Damseaux H, gunsmith 
Dasso G & Co, general merchandise, Main 
Donnelly H, liquors, Main 
DRISCOLL D, Liquors, Main 
Edmonds A, carpenter, St Charles 
Fletcher Mrs B, bakery, Main 
PRIEDBERGER A, General mer- 
chandise 
Frioux Mrs V, hotel 
Gallagher Rev P, clergyman, (Catholic) 
GALLAGHER JOHN, Butcher 
GARVEY J B, Deputy Sheriff 
GOTTSCHALK C V, Atty-a^-law 
Hawe B F, Sheriff 
Henderson D R, watchmaker 
Hopkins R, attorney-at-law 



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LFAVITT W F. Proprietor " Cala- ; 

Mil Citizen:" druggist. Main 
LKWM WILLIAM T, District 

Attorney 
Littleton E W, music store 
Lloyd Bros, general merchandise, cor St 

Charles and Main 
Masterson P, constable; saloon and livery 

stable 

OY1ATT S H, Dentist, Main 
Pellaton E. liquors 

PFOBTMEK WILLIAM, Barber, 

Main 

PFORT V E K M r s W I L L I A M . 

Milliner 
Reed Ira. County Judge 
KEDMOND R M, Countv Clerk 
ROBERTSON F B, Physician 
1(1 SSELL It \\ . 
S AL< IOO J. Butcher, Slain 
Scripture J C, photographer, Main 
Steel John, shoemaker 
SW i :\SOS WILLIAM O. Attor- 

ney-at-law and Court Commissioner 
TREAT J F, County Treasurer 
Trump William, wagonruaker, St Charles 
W ATSO\ II. Proprietor American res- 
taurant. Main 
Whitloek C M. agent Wells Fargo A Co 
Whitlock A Roworth, variety store 
Wyllie A Washburn, lumber 



San Jose, 

SANTA CLABA COUNTY. 

San Joflp, the beautiful, is the home of 
wealth and refinement, well deserving its 
appellation. It is the county seat of Santa 
Clara connty, and has a population of 16,- 
000. which is rapidly increasing. The 
Court House is the best of its class in the 
State. The State Normal School building, 
a beautiful edifice, with a frontage of 172 
t>> t. is located here. The new building of 
the rniv. r-.iry of the Pacific, an institution 
under the control of the Methodist Church, 
Is situated between San Jose and Santa 
Clara, and is an additional ornament to 
the beautiful avenue known as "The Ala- 
meda," Its streets are broad and macad- 
amized. In the principal street is a rail- 
road for horse-cars, running through the 
Alameda, three miles to Santa Clara. The 
Alem* da, which distinguishes San Jose, is 
a street on either side of which are trees 
that meet and form a bower, for which we 
have to thank the Padres of the Mission, 
as they were planted by them in 1799. 



ARFL WJI, Groceries and provisions, 

341 Market 
Adell W T, carriage factory, 263 First 



Aikins John, cigars and tobacco, 366 First 
Albertoli Sebastiano, 250 Market 
Alvord H B. hardware A cutlery, 326 First 
American Exchange, 330 Market; J F Ma- 
honey, manager 
Amidon Geo, drygoods, 325 Santa Clara 
Anderson Robt. phvsician, 272 Santa Clara 
AXDERSOX JOII.Y. Liquors, 267 

El Dorado 
Anderson Owen, liquors, 438 First 
Andrews A Coykendall, produce, 22 Cen- 
tral market 
Angora Robe A Glove Co, C P Bayly pres, 

cor Hobson and Guadalupe 
Appleton J. clothing, 330 First 
ABAGEB *A ISA AC 1 SOX, San Jose 
Pleasure Garden, bet Guadalupe A Los 
Gates bridge 
Aram Eugene W, attorney-at-law and no- 
tary. 6 Knox block 
Archer L. attorney-at-law, 314 First 
Armstrong Miss M, millinery, 310 Santa 
Clara 

AI ZERAIS IIOVSE, S W Churchill 
proprietor, n s Santa Clara bet First 
and Market 
VI /IK VIS «V POM FRO Y, Im- 
porters and dealers in groceries, hard- 
ware, crockery, etc, 363 to 371 Market 

Babcock H B, dressmaking and hairwork, 
538 Second 

Baily C P. Pres Angora Robe A Glove Co, 
cor Hobson and Guadalupe 

Bailey J R, agt W T U Tel Co, 295 First 

It A hit AC II J, Carriage shop, 316 and 
318 Second 

Baldwin John, hay and feed, nr East on 
Alameda 

It A LTZ PETER, bakery, 274 El Do- 
rado 

Barbara Ricorda, cigars and barber, 343 

Santa Clara 
Baring S W, notary public 
Barnett R I, attv-at-law, 253 Santa Clara 
BARKER A GREGORY, Pro 

prietors N Y Exchange Hotel, First 

bet Santa Clara and St John 
Barker S A, atty-at-law, Bank San Jose bdg 
Barr Chas, liquors. 349 First 
BARROWS ii S, M. D, physician, 

NE cor Market and Santa Clara 
Barthel E, boots A shoes, 251 Santa Clara 
Bassler Mrs A, millinery, 276 Santa Clara 
Beach Tyler, wood, coal and ice, St John 

bet First and Market 
Beans T Ellard, pres Bank of San Jose, 

cor Santa Clara and First 
BEAR CREEK Ll.VBER CO, 

Third bet Santa Clara and St John 
BECK .1 A A CO, Carpenters and 

cabinetmakers, Santa Clara bet Third 

and Fourth 
Bell John, real estate, 321 Santa Clara 
BELL .IRA' SON,' Carpenters and 

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Belloli Jos A, grocer, cor Third and San 
Fernando 

BENNETT BROS, Furniture manu- 
facturers and bedding, 422 & 424 First 

Bergstrom Chris, manufacturers plows, 
carriages and wagons, 287 St John 

Berringer Wm, feed mill, Market nr St 
Augustine 

Bidwell W E, harnessmaker, 440 First 

Bigelow & Phipp, agts Davis sewing ma- 
chines, 319 Santa Clara 

Black Mrs B W, millinery, 347 Santa Clara 

Black & Stephens, attys-at-law, Knox blk 

BLACKFORD G W, Attorney-at- 
law, 3 Knox block 

BLANCH ARB «fc CO, Butchers, 23 
City Market 

BLAND J C, Real estate snd auction- 
neer, 312 Market 

BLU ER R, Pork dealer, 3 and 4 Cen- 
tral Market 

Bliven Edward A, liquors, El Dorado nr 
Market 

Bloom M, furnishing goods, 335 Market 
Blythe & btraus, Fountain bet First and 
Second 

BOOLEY «& CAMPBELL, Attor- 
neys-at-law, Bank of San Jose bldg 

Bodley E C, boardinghouse, cor First and 
St John 

BOEOEFELB W, Jewelry factory, 
postoffice building 

Boggs & Sage, grocers, 343 and 345 First 

Bonnetti C, cutlery grinder, 281 El D.orado 

BORING & M cMILLIN, Real es- 
tate, 334 Santa Clara 

Boschken J, hardware, 417 First 

Bostina J, barber, 360 First 

BRABLEE A BRALY, Real estate 
and business agents, 278 Santa Clara 

Bradley Mrs T S, dressmaker, 253 Santa 
Clara 

Brandon Mrs H, milli'ry, 324 Santa Clara 
Brassy & Co, liquors, 363 to 367 Market 
Braty James M, notary public 
Braun C W, drygoods, 402 First 
BREWERS' HOME, Geo Schmidt, 

San Fernando nr First 
Brignolio Jos, liquors, 262 Market 
BROIBLECOM F A «fc E, Potato 

depot, cor Santa Clara and Second 
BROHASKA G, San Jose Opera 

house and liquors, 365 Santa Clara 
BRONSON ROSS, Musician, 315 

Santa Clara 
BROWN CORNELIUS, Carpenter 

and housemover, 226 Colfax-st 
Brown J M, physician, Music Hall bdg 
Brown Mrs R C, millinery, 270 Santa Clara 
Brown J M, furniture, Saint John near 

Market 

BROWN SARAH E, Physician, 328 

Santa Clara 
BRIJNNO WM, Wood carver, Santa 

Clara, bet Third and Fourth 



Brunst F, cigars and tobacco, 264 First 
Bryan A C, beehive maker, 275 St John 
Bryant C H, attorney-at-law 325 H Santa 
Clara 

BULLOCH. S, House, sign and orna- 
mental painting, Opera housebuilding 

Buneman F, manufacturer cigars and 
tobacco, 282 Santa Clara 

BUROETTE REUBEN,StreetCom- 
missioner, office city hall 

Burke John, paperhanger, San Fernando, 
near Third 

BURKETT (JT) & McKEE, 
(J O), Architects, 374 First 

BURRY GEO, Poultry and fish, 27 
Central market 

BURT J J, Attorney-at-law, room 4 
cor Santa Clara and First 

BUTTERFIELB Mrs NELLIE, 
Fruit and confectionery, cor Santa 
Clara and Fourth 

Cady J M, merchant tailor, 415 First 

CALIFORNIA AGRICULTU- 
RIST, (Monthly), H S Herring, 
proprietor, 338 First 

CAMPBELL C E, Stoves, ranges, 
pumps, etc; well pipe and house fur- 
nishing wares, 339 First 

Campbell J, merchant tailor, 431 % First 

CAM PI GL I A A & CO, Fruits and 
vegetables, 353 First 

Capt G, watchmaker, 357 Market 

Carr David, liquors, 366 First 

Carroll Thos A, horseshoer, 210 Santa 
Clara 

Carroll Wm, What Cheer house, cor S 

Fernando and Second 
Carter Jno S, grain merchant, and insur- 
ance agent, 293 First 
Castle Wm M, city clerk, city hall 
Caunt Edward, bootmaker, 268 First 
Central House, 225 San Fernando, C J 

Colsen proprietor 
Chanchus Jacques, barber, 376 Market 
Chase J W, lumber, cor Fourth and Saint 
John 

Chittenden J A, druggist, 309 First 
CHOP ARB L, Watchmaker and jew- 
eler, 265 Santa Clara 
Christopher D, copyist, Courthouse 
CHURCHILL S W, Proprietor Au- 

zerais house, ns Santa Clara bet First 

and Market 
City Hall, ws Market, bet Santa Clara and 

San Augustine 
CITY MARBLE WORKS, Lee & 

Lauermann proprietors 
CLARK S A, Grocer, 372 First 
Claws Geo, wagonmaker, 333 Lightston 
Clayton Jas A, real estate and insurance 

agent, 284 and 290 Santa Clara 
Clement C H, attorney-at-law, 25 Knox 

block 

Close M C, fruit and produce 182 Santa 
Clara 



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COCHBANE I>r A PH. Physician, 

270 Sauta Clara 

COCK III UN GEO J, Bootmaker, 
234 Santa Clara 

Colahan Wm J, searcher of records, Mc- 
Laughlin's building 

COLLINS ** KAKSNER, Drug- 
gists. 462 First 

Collins W H, attorney-at-law, cor Santa 
Clara and First 

Collom Jesse, watchmaker, 454 First 

( OLSK.\ C J, Proprietor Central house 
229 San Fernando 

COMMERCIAL A SAVINGS 
BA\K.C T Ryland President; H 
Huri'man Cashier; cor First and Santa 
Clara 

Cook H H, market, 347 First 

Cook J W, drygoods, 400 First 

Coombe John, CountySurveyor, Courthouse 

Cordiviula G, boarding house, 291 Market 

CORKERY DENNIS. Family gro- 

oer, Santa Clara, cor Pleasant 
Corn*. 11 Mn A J, dressmaker, Music hall, 

building 

CORY A J, Physician and surgeon, 2 

McLaughlin's building 
Cory A Kelley, physicians, 39 First 
Cottle A Wright, book and job printers, 

338 First 

CoBrfbotue, First, bet St John A St James 
Coweu A Lavelard, dressmaking, Bank 

San Jose building 
CO A J ISICADFOKD, Physician and 

surgeon, office and residence NE cor 

Market and Santa Clara 
Coy Fy, physician, 444 First 
Crauuit 11 O L, feed null, Santa Clara-st 
Crispin A Co, feed stable, San Fernando 

near First 

i ' KOSli B V I*. Liquors, 264 Santa Clara 
Crossvtt F M, atty-at-law, 25 Knox block 
CrydenwiseC S, carriagemaker, 314 Second 
Curley Jno. market, 2U4 Santa Clara 
Curtis Mrs C M, dressmaking, 272 Santa 
Clara 

Curtis C W, stencilcutter, 271 First 
Dabney N R, dressmaking, 314 First 
Damonte Antonio, candy factory, 233 

Hen.sley block 
Ptacle J, liquors. 437 First 
DKFLKINKV n, Boarding house, 

404 Market 
DtigroMO L. bootmaker 383 Market 
DELL. WIG ERICH, C alifornia bak- 

< n and restaurant, 281 Santa Clara-st 
DELHI VS JOSEPH, Pork dealer, 

28 Central market 
I'' mar Mrs J, millinery, hairdressing and 

dressmaking 
DESI HONE J A CO, Wholesale and 

retail fruit dealers, 1 Central market 
Devi A Lorigan, grocers, 321 Market 
Dewey Mrs, dressmaker, 398 First 
Dittmar C E, barber, 306 Market 



Doermer Chas, gunsmith, 251 El Dorado 
Doerr Charles, bakery, 437 and 439 First 
Donohoe S, liquors, cor Market and Santa 
Clara-st 

DONOVAN M, Boardinghouse, 273 
Market 

Dotta Bros, proprietors William Tell 

house, 279 Market 
Dougherty W P, supt S C Yal Mill and 

Lumber Co, cor Fourth and San 

Fernando 

Downs Joshua, livery stable, 440 First 
DUFF JOHN," Shirt manufacturer 

and ladies' underwear, 322 Second 
Dugan John, liquors, 274, Santa Clara 
Dwyer William, liquors, 312 First 
Eastman A Small, straw works, 319 Second 
Edwards N B, market, 308 A 310 Market 
Ellis S, artist, 325 *i Santa Clara 
Elwood J H, music teacher, cor Santa 

Clara and First 
EMPEY «V LEONARD, Harness 

and saddles, 289 First 
Erkson William, prest Farmers' Union, 

cor Second and Santa Clara 
Erie F, liquors, 480 First 
Ernst A Fisher, liquors, 385 First 
Eud A, proprietor Cincinnati house, 286 

St John 

Excelsior Marble Co, 277 Second 
Fanning Wesley, saw filer and grinder, 

275 St John 
FARMERS' HOTEL, G C Manner 

proprietor, 270 and 272 Market 
FARMERS 9 NATIONAL GOLD 

BANK, J W Hinds President; W 

D Tisdale Cashier, SW cor Santa 

Clara and First 
Farmers' Union, H E Hills manager, genl 

mdse and agricultural implements. 

cor Second and Santa Clara 
Farre'l Miss M, dressmaking, 538 Second 
FAULKNER J F, Carriage ma- 
terial, Alameda, cor St Mary 
Feist Bros, drygoods and carpets, cor 

First and Santa Clara 
Feldman AM, drygoods, 431 First 
Fellom C J, liquors, 249 El Dorado 
Fentress G W, librarian San Jose library, 

Knox block 
Fetherston Geo, cigars A tobacco, 290 First 
FINICiAN L, Dentist. 255 Santa Clara 
FISCHER WILLIAM, Groceries 

and provisions, 249 Santa Clara 
FISHER «fc HOPPER, Druggists, 

332 First 

Fitzgerald Bros, carriagemakers, Alame- 
da, near St Mary 
FITZSIJIJIONS JOHN, Liquors 

318 Santa Clara 
Flores M, cigars and tobacco. 334 Market 
FLOREZ S, Jeweler, 334 Market 
Ford F A, confectionery, 313 Santa Clara 
I RANCISCOY ICH JOHN, Uni- 
versal restaurant, 337 First 



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Frank Leon, liquors, cor Alameda and 
St Mary 

ERANKEIN HOWARD, Barber, 

231 San Fernando 
Franklin Mrs L, hairdresser, 381 Second 
Fraser D, merchant tailor, 464 First 
Friant A & Co, groceries, 423 and 425 First 
Garden City Commercial College, rooms 

4 and 5, Music Hall building 
GARNER R P, Bakery, 355 Santa 

Clara 

GARRETT Mrs J H, Dress and 

cloak making, 328 Santa Clara 
Gash John, architect, McLaughlin's bdg 
GEBHARDT A: M AGESTRETTI 

U S Brewery, 290 Market 
Gebler Theo, tinsmith, cor San Antonio 

and First 
George Givens, liquors, 286 First 
Gerber Julius, barber, 264 El Dorado 
Gerdes J C, liquors, 280 Santa Clara 
Gerstmayer Albert, barber, 254 First 
GISH E. Liquors, 329 Market 
Gliubetich J, chophouse, 307 Market 
Gliubetich N, restaurant, 84 First 
Goldstine A, clothing, Sta Cla , nr Market 
Goodrich L, architect, 20 Knox block 
Gough M J, news agent, NW cor Santa 

Clara and Market 
Gowen Bros & Co, lumber, Alameda 
Graham B F, atty-at-law, 23 Knox block 
Greely Mrs N M, proprss Hensley house, 

NW cor Santa Clara and Market 
Green William H, liquors, 242 First 
Greeniberg W B & Co, pawnbrokers, 289 

El Dorado 

GREGG M, Blacksmith, San Fernando, 

opposite Catholic church 
Gregory P, furniture, 406 First 
Grieve John, groceries, cor Market and 

St John 

Griffin Mrs M, millinery, 419 First 
Gunckel W F, dentist, 318 First 
GUPPY E H, Books, stationery, etc, 
361 First 

Gurrasio C, produce, 252 First, cor St John 
Hagan James, plumber and gasfitter, 366 

and 368 Santa Clara 
Hale O A & Co, drygoods, 421 First 
Halford & Co, furniture, Santa Clara, bet 

Third and Fourth 
Hall John, barber, 489 First 
Hall W H, prest S C Valley Mill and Lum- 
ber Co, cor Fourth anil San Fernando 
Hamm Mrs M A, music teacher, 398 First 
Eardy W B, county recorder and auditor, 

Courthouse 
Harris Miss Julia, dressmaking, 317 Second 
Harris J S, boardinghouse, Alameda 
Hart James & Sons, drygoods, 327 First, 

cor Fountain 
Haskell & Lawrance, carriages and 

wagons, 433 First 
HATMAN «fc V«ini V\IHX, Pa- 
cific carriage factory, 411 Second 



Haub Jacob, liquors, 296 Market 
Hayden E, liquors, 313 Santa C;ara 
Hayden E B, liquors. 271 Santa Clara 
Heflin H M & Co, fruits, etc, 407 First 
Henning & Co, undertakers, 229 Santa Clara 
HENSEEY HOUSE, Mrs NM Greely 

proprss, NW cor Santa Clara & Market 
Heppe George, tailor, 469 First 
HERIXOHI S, Druggist, 392 First 
Hernandez Minano, blacksmith, San Fer 

nando, near First 
Herold Phil, bootmaker, First, opp N Y 

Exchange 

Herriman Miss M, millinery and fancy 
goods, 288 Santa Clara 

HERRING H S, Propr "California 
Agriculturist," 338 First 

Herrington D W, attorney-at-law, 284 
Santa Clara 

HERRMANN BROS, Surveyors 
and civil engineers, room 6 McLaugh- 
lin's building 

Hensley C P, real estate, Music hall bldg 

Hertel Charles, 22 City market 

Hess L, dyeing and cleaning, 443^ First 

HINBS S J, Attorney-at-law, 17 Mc 
Laughlin's building 

HINI>S J W, President Farmers' Nat 
Gold Bank, SW cor First & Santa Clara 

Hingsbergen H, marblework, San Fer- 
nando, bet First and Market 

HIEE J E, Proprietor Lick house, cor 
First and San Fernando 

Hills H E, manager Farmers' Union, cor 
Second and Santa Clara 

Hobbs C X, president S J Water Co, 10 
McLaughlin's building 

HOBSON JACOB, Livery stable, 
Santa Clara, bet Third and Fourth 

Hoffmann H, cashier Commercial and 
Savings Bank, cor First & Santa Clara 

Hohner J W, liquors, San Jose depot 

Holden Nicholas, plumber, 404 First 

HOEEENBECK W, Beef, mutton 
and veal, 2 Central market 

Holmes & Alexander, pictures, frames 
and moulding, 319 Santa Clara 

HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE 
CO, (San Jose branch), J S Carter 
Manager; A E Moody Secretary, 293 
First, cor Santa Clara 

Hooker Dr, dentist, 359 First 

Hoover H, livery stable, 240 First 

HORI> G E «fc CO, Fruit and com- 
mission, 246 First 

HOUGHTON «fc REYNOLDS, 
Attorneys-at-law, Bank of S Jose bdg 

Hovet Henry, physician, 253 Santa Clara 

Howes Samuel P, searcher of records, 
Bank of San Jose building 

Howland B F, photographer, 359 First 

HUGHES W E, Attorney-at-law and 
Notary Public, 16 McLaughlin's bdg 

HULL 'BROS, Cigars, fruits and con- 
fectionery, 460 First 



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Huinburg V. furniture, 317 Santa Clara 
III si Mi A FELSIN*;. Proprieton 

San Jost "Courier," 339 First 
H \ Jan. I A Marouder, market. 337 Santa 

Clara 

Isaacs M. clothing, 325 Market 
Isaacs M L, dry goods and notions, 331 
Market 

Jager Charles A. furniture. 331 A 333 First 
JAM VKV WILLIAM A A CO. 

Proprietors San Jose "Argus," First, 

near St John 
Jeffry William, livery stable, cor Santa 

Clara and San Pedro 
Jensen L V, barber, 236 First 
JOKIIIM A POWELL, Mat 

market. San Fernando, bet Second 

and Third 

Johnson Charles B, liquors, 293 El Dorado 
Johnson Jerry, barber, 316 First 
Johnson John, proprietor Atlantic house, 
493 First 

Johns. .n Mr- M E, dressmaker. -133 First 
Jones A Heard on, livery stable, 314 and 

KM Santa Clara 
Kahn S. drvgoods, notions and shoes, 449 

First 

Kappineier W, tailor, 422 First 
Kelly Hugo, liquors, 260 Santa Clara 
It EL L V II W> Carriage trimmer, 
467 First 

KI I.I V JAMES V. D B Revenue 
!': - room 11 McLaughlin's building 
Kennedy J M. atty-at-law, 264 Santa Clara 
Kennedy W C, atty-at-law, 4 A 5 Knox blk 
Kern A, liqnors, 2H1 El Dorado 
Kllilli: R W, Magnetic Healer, 133 

Santa Clara 
KILKI IC\ < \KKOLI, Who!.. 

and retail doors, window blinds and 

glass, 465 First 
Kimball Theo H, carriage painter, 285 

St John 

King W S. upholsterer, 406 First 

K I.I IN F, Stoves and tinware, 227 

Santa Clara 
Klein N, dentist, 284 Santa Clara 
Kloch George, bakery, 373 Santa Clara 
Knox Mock, N\V oor First A Santa Clara 
KOENIO JACOB, Shoe and lcahter 

findings, 388 First 
Koch A J, hairdresser, 282 Santa Clara 
Kocher A Blauer, jewelers, 316 First 
Koppel J C A Bro, cigars and tobacco, 

269 Santa Clara 
KKI'.tlli LEWIS, Brewery, Second, 

near Central market 
KI CHI PREISER F, Iron door 

and shutter manufactory, Third, bet 

Santa Clara and San Fernando 
LAUAKDE A, Groceries, provisions, 

etc, wa Market, bet Santa Clara and 

El Dorado 
Lamb James, horseshoer, cor Santa Clara 

and San Pedro 



Lamolle House, cor San Pedro and Santa 
Clara 

Lampkin A Thomas, attorneys-at-law, 

264 Santa Clara 
Lane D, bootmaker, 413 First 
Lavarue L, market, 280 El Dorado 
LARKOI DE A GASP ALON, Al- 
ameda Market, cor East and Alameda 
Laurent A Straub, liquors, 435 First 
LAITERIO FRANK, Cigars and 

tobacco, 327 Market 
Lawrence W W, bootmaker, San Fernan- 
do, near Second 
Leahy A Co, market, 312 Santa Clara 
Leddy A Bro, butchers, 1 City market 
Lee A Lauermann, marbleworks, Second, 

near Santa Clara 
LEFKAi\€ CHARLES, Winegrow- 
er and dealer in California wines, 
381 Market 
Leland W W, sewing machine agent, 289 
Second 

LEHOINE, GAM BERT «fc CO, 

Groceries and general merchandise, 

361 and 369 Market 
Lcndrum, Burns A Co, grocers, 291 First 
Lenzen J J, bootmaker, 382 First 
L E N % E N Til EOOORE, Architect, 

8W cor Santa Clara and Second 
LEFESCH A Bl'ROX, Liquors 

and billiards, 298 Market 
Lew H, clothing, drvgoods, etc, 311'Mar- 

ket 

Levy M, drvgoods, carpets, etc., 306 and 

310 First 
Lewis E V, stationerv, postoffice 
LEWIS JACKSON, Jeweler, 259 

Santa Clara 
Lewis Mrs M, grocer, Santa Clara, nr Gau- 

dalupe 

LICK HOUSE, cor First A San Fer- 
nando, J L Hill, propr 
LK.eiiS l O V C J, Writing Academy, 

272 Santa Clara 
Limerick A Muthrullig, wagonmakers A 

blacksmiths, 430 First 
LINCOLN EDOAR E, Blacksmith, 

San Pedro, nr Augustine 
LINO BERG L, drygoods, boots and 

shoes, 443 First 
Lion L, drygoods and carpets and glove 

manuf, 281 and 283 First 
Lion A Steinbach, drygoods, 301 Market 
LISK JNO, Liquors, 369 First 
Littaa G, barber, 277 El Dorado 
Livington Henry, junk store, Alameda, nr 

St Mary 

Loeb, G A I A Co, drygoods, 255 Santa 
Clara 

Los Gatos flouring mill, office 334 Santa 
Clara 

LOS GATOS MILLS, Los Gatos 
Manufacturing Co, Los Gatos 

LOSSMAN L, Tailor and" repairing 
shop, 445 First 



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Lotz Joseph, Citv Treasurer, city hall 
LOl'EL WM M, Dist Atty, 314 Fir-t 
LOWE J AS K, Attorney-at-law, 22 

Knox block 
Lusson P M, physician, 3 & 4 Spring's 

building 

Luther & Schroeder, groceries and provi- 
sions 

LUX HENRY, 29 Central market 
Maca Leandra, restaurant, 257 Market 
Macauley Jno, photographer, 367 First 
Maffri H, liquors, 225 Santa Clara 
MAGNUS Iff, Cigars and tobacco, 385 
First 

MAHONEY JOHN F, Liquors, 330 
Market 

Maier Lewis, liquors, 436 First 
MAEATESTA J, Boarding and sa- 
loon, 260 Market 
Malatesta J, grocer, 255 Market 
Malone John T, atty-at-law, 314 First 
Malony John, blacksmith, cor Market & 
El Dorado 

Manner Mrs E, millinery and dressmak- 
ing, 247 St Clara 
MANNER G C, Propr Farmers' hotel, 

270 and 272 Market 
Manning L D, wagonmkr, 289 St John 
MARC EM BROS, Proprs Morgan 

house, 468 First 
Martin C J, drygoods, 320 First 
Martin Edward, liquors, 353 Market 
Mathiat M, boatmkr, 271 El Dorado 
Matty A, pork dealer, 10 City market 
May Geo, Police judge and Justice of 

Peace, city hall 
McDonald supt San Jose Woolen Mills, 
415 First 

McGinnis & Milroy, liquors, 236 First 
McKee Geo B & Co, paints, oils, glass and 

wall paper, 391 First 
McKENZIE I>, San Jose Foundry, 

cor St Antonio and First 

Mckenzie samuee, Market, 

Santa Clara, near Fourth 
McLagan James, harnessmaker, Alameda 
McLaughlin's Building, SE cor First and 

H;inta Clara 
McMahon A, physician, 339 First 
McMahon M S, physician, cor First and 

Santa Clara 
M oNamara T, stoves & tinware, Alameda 
MoNeUy & Breyer, livery stable, 261 First 
McQuado John, blacksmith, cor St John 

and First 

MEADOWCROFT W, San Jose 
news depot, NW cor Santa Clara and 
Market 

Sfeier Henry, liquors, 294 Market 
llCenefee A Grafton, druggists, SW cor Santa 

Clara and First 
MESSING H, Saddler and harness 

ma Dufaoturer, 378 First 
MEYER W W, Liquors, 401 First 
Miano <fc Balurdo, barbers, 295 El Dorado 



Michel E H, liquors, 279 El Dorado 
MIEAS1CH ANTONIO, Uuion 

Chop House, 340 First 
Millard Mrs H, artist, 328 Santa Clara 
Mills Miss L, dressmaking, 275 First 
Minahan Jno, liquors, 269 First 
Minnit Geo, market, 521 First 
Minor P O, attorney-at-law, 14 Knox blk 
Mitchell T W, florist, near cor Second and 

Santa Clara^ 
Mock L, carriage factory, cor Third and 

San Fernando 
Molle P, grocer, 315 Market and 184 Santa 

Clara 

Maloney John, poultry, butter, etc, El Do- 
rado, near First 

MOODY A E, Secretary S J Branch 
Home Mutual Ins Co, 293 First 

Moody & Bio, propr flouring mills, cor 
Santa Clara and Third 

MOODY'S MI EES, Moody & Bro pro- 
prietors, cor Santa Clara and Third 

Moore John H, prest San Jose Savings 
Bank, 284 Santa Clara 

Moore, Laine & Leib, attorneys-at-law, 264 
Santa Clara 

Morehead J M, millinery and fancy goods, 
276 Santa Clara 

MORGAN HOUSE, Marchum Bros 
proprs, 468 First 

MORTON «fc CO, Books, stationery 
& musical intm'nts, 295 Santa Clara 

Moser Mrs H, hair goods, 311 Santa Clara 

Mosman H W, maricet, 375 Santa Clara 

MOTT «& HASKEEE, Blacksmiths 
& wagonmkrs, cor Third & SaDta Clara 

MOIJETON S A, Money broker, 295 
First 

Moultrie Jas H, atty-at-law. 14 Knox blk 
Muller Alex, liquors, 360 First] 
Mulvana Jas, liquors, 322 First 
Mulvena Mrs, dressmaker, 470 First 
MENN E C, Market, cor First and St 
John 

Murphy D, real estate, 278 Santa Clara 
Murphy & Delmas, attorneys-at-law, 264 

Santa Clara 
Murray Pat, blaoksmith, cor St John and 

First 

Music Hall, Chas B Hensley proprietor, 
ns First 

Neuval F, asphaltum wks, 313 Santa Clara 
NEWRY «fc RODEEY, Coal, lime 

and plaster, 271 First 
Newman B, notary publio, 441 First 
Newman B, boots, shoes, clothing and 

notions, 441 First 
NEW NATIONAE HOTEL, A 

Tracy proprietor, cor San Pedro and 

El Dorado 
NEW YORK EXCHANGE, Barker 

& Gregory proprietors, SW cor First 

and St John 
NICHOESON F H A CO, Grocer- 
ies, cor Second and San Fernando 



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Noonan Mrs, J proprietress Western 

hotel, 374 Market 
Nuidhausen C & A, drygoods, 377 Santa 

Clara 

NORTON S S Jr, Pictures and frames, 
412 First 

Oak. m Thos, deputy recorder, Courthouse 

O'Banion & Kent, merchant tailors and 
clothing, 266 Santa Clara 

O'BRIEN Mrs J W, Milliner and 
huirdressing, 456 First 

O'BRIEN MAURICE, Candy fac- 
tory. 387 First 

OSHIWESSY JOHN, Horse- 
thoer, 257 First 

OTTER'S HOTEL, Chas Otter pro- 
prietor. 373 Market 

OVERSIIINEK ii J. Carriage and 
wagonmkr, cor Fourth it Santa Clara 

OM K\ J J, Proprietor Ban Jose ••Mer- 
cury," Second opp M F church 

Owens W H, gen merch, 327 Santa Clara 

Park C T, cashier Bank of San Jose, cor 
Santa Clara and First 

Parker D, bootmaker. 341 Santa Clara 

Parkhurst W A, notary public and real es- 
tate, 339 First 

Parks Bros, grocers, 447 First 

Pasoochi Chas k Co. market, 446 First 

PATZER AUGUST, Vienna Chemi- 
cal Steam Dyeing Works, 224 First 

Payne D S, County Judge and atty-at-law, 
13 Knox block 

Peckham R F, President San Jose Woolen 
Mills, 415 First 

Pembroke Jas W, watchmaker, 295 First 

Perkins A C, agt Singer sewing machines, 
323 Second 

Perkins E J, boardinghouse, Second near 
St John 

Pene Jh, blacksmith, cor San Pedro and El 
Dorado 

Pcnano S, grocer, cor St Augustine and 
Market 

PFISTER A A CO, Grain merchants, 

360 Santa Clara 
Phelps Henry, County Assessor, Courfchse 
Phillips «fe Glockzein, bootmakers, 274 

Market 

Piepenburg Aug, liquors, 269 El Dorado 
Pieper John H, City Surveyor and civil 

engineer, citv hall 
P1ESSN ECKEB II, Apothecary, 320 

Santa Clara 
Pitman Win, bootmaker, First nr Central 

market 

Piatt <fe Ross, real estate and loan agency, 

1 Knox block 
PEITT J D, Railroad Exchange, nr 

Depot 

Portal J B J, agt Union Insurance Co, 8 

Spring's bdg 
rORTKK A M AULEY, Real estate, 

House and Insurance Agents, Bank of 

San Jose bnilding 



: Postoffice, NW cor Santa Clara & Market 
; POTTS J T, Physician and surgeon, 

rooms 1 add 2, Odd Fellows' building 
'•■ Pozzo Frank, grocer, 501 First 
PRICE A T, Furniture and bedding, 

461 First 

Proctor Geo W, wagons and carriages, 208 

Santa Clara 
! Promis G & Son, groceries and provisions, 
448 First 

• Pryce Mrs H A, dreesmaking, 264 Santa 
Clara 

Pulvennau B, boots and shoes, 329 First 
Putney C M, physician, 439 First 
Pyle Mrs, dressmaking, 276 Santa Clara 
Quiltv D, merch tailor, 311 Santa Clara 
Quimby F A & Co, broker, 278 Santa Clara 
Quinlan Mrs, boarding. 342 First 
RAABE ( HAS E, Grocer, 204 Santa 
Clara 

Rankin BP, attv-at-law, McLaughlin's bldg 
RANKIN WM B, Agent State In- 
\« itmeat and Royal Canadian Insur- 
ance Cos, 14 McLaughlin's building 
Rauschenbach L, pickles and delicacies, 7 

Central market 
j Reardon John, liquors, 469 First 
Reed Elliot, agt W, F & Co, 288 First 
! Reed E P, money broker, 288 First 
' Reed A: Welch, insurance agents and real 
estate, 288 First 
RE1MERS € H, Liquors, Santa Clara, 

near Gaudalupe 
' Reinhardt Mrs R, grocer, Santa Clara, bet 

Third and Fourth 
Reme — , physician, 414 First 
KEi\ZEL CONRAD, Grocer, 524 
First 

Reynolds H H, cashier San Jose Savings 

Bank, 284 Santa Clara 
Rhode? & Lewis, druggists, 355 First 
Rich & Blumenthal, clothing, 279 Santa 

Clara 

Richardson Wm, tailor, 457 First 
KI X ALDO T, Cigars and tobacco, 322 
First 

Roberts R, supt S J Water Co, 10 Mc- 
Laughlin's building 
Roderick Joseph, liquors, 503 First 
Rousseau E, supt schools, Courthouse 
ROSS \a & SON, Groceries and fruits, 
381 First 

Rucker & Brown, real estate, 305 First 
Runno G B, fruits, Market, nr Julia 
Ruhl Geo L, bakery, 511 First 
RYAN PERRY E, Livery and sale 

stable, San Fernando, bet Second & 

Third 

RYLAi\D € T, Pres Coml & Savings 
Bank, cor First & Santa Clara 

RYMAL JAMES E, Atty-at-law, 284 
Santa Clara 

SALISBURY R J, Agt for Howe, <fc 
Home and Home Shuttle, sewing ma- 
chines, 323 Santa Clara 



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Sanguinetti B, furniture, 418 First 
SAN JOSE ARGUS, Daily & weekly, 

Wm H January & Co, proprs, First, 

near St John 
SAN JOSE COURIER, Weekly, 

Husing & Felsing, proprs, 339 First 
San Jose Derby Club, cor Santa Clara 

and First, W C, Wilson, prest; E K 

Campbell, secy 
SAN JOSE FOUNDRY, D Mac- 

Kenzie, propr, cor San Antonio and 

First 

SAN JOSE HERALD, Toohy, Aul- 

back & Co, proprs, 384 First 
San Jose Independent, Mill & Lumber 

Co, San Pedro, nr Augustine 
San Jose Library, G W Fentress, libra- 
rian, Knox block 
San Jose Opera House, 365 Santa Clara 
SAN JOSE MERCURY, J J Owen, 

propr, daily and weekly, Second, opp 

M E church 
SAN JOSE SAYINGS BANK, J 

H Moore, Prest; H H Eeynolds, Cashr, 

284 Santa Clara 
SAN JOSE SUIT FACTORY, Jno 

Duff, propr, 322 Second, 
San Jose Water Co, C X Hobbs, prest; 

B Eoberts, supt, McLaughlin's bldg 
San Jose Woolen Mills, A McDonald, supt, 

415 First 

SANTA CLARA VALLEY MILL 
AND LUMBER CO, W H Hall, 
Prest; W P Dougherty, Supt, cor 
Fourth and San Fernando 
Scandinavian Employment Office, 265 Sec 
SCHMIDT GEO, Liquors, San Fer- 
nando, near First 
Schmidt J C, liquors, cor Lightston and 

El Dorado 
Schneider L, liquors, Second 
Schnoter A, cigars & tobacco, 288 Market 
Schoen & Weil, cigars and tobacco, 285 

Santa Clara 
Schoenheit A, apothecary, 261 Santa Clara 
Schroder C, confectionery, 349 Santa Clara 
Schumacher Fred, bootmaker, 426 First 
Scott Jno D, physician, 325 % Santa Clara 
Shaize L, brass foundry, 376 Market 
Seibach H, liquors, 272 Market 
Shane £ Belknap, real estate, cor Santa 

Clara and Second 
Sharratt & Wool, wagonmakers 
Shayer Henry, meat market, 252 First 
Sheehan Eliza, dressmaking, 315 Santa 
Clara 

Shelling F, gunsmith, 344 First 
Shipper Sol, merchant tailor and dyer, 256 
First 

S II IV ELY R O, Drygoods & notions, 
453 First 

SIIUL'IZ J H, M D (Eclectic), phy- 
sician and surgeon, 315 Santa Clara 

Silent Chas, atty-at-law, 19 & 20 MeLaugh- 
lin's bdg 



SIMPSON JOSEPH, Fancy notions 

and drygoods, 455 First 
Sinnott J & Bro, drygds, 262 Santa Clara 
Smith Fred, grocer, cor East & Alameda 
Smith & Eyder, jewelers, 307 First 
Smith Thomas M, liquors, 262 First 
Snell & Bentley, physicians, 325 H Santa 

SNYDER «fc COMSTOCK, Proprs 
St James' hotel, First, opp St James' 

square 

SONNICHSEN CHAS, Bookbinder, 

311 Market 
SOURISSEAU FELIX, Guns and 

sporting materials, 362 & 364 First 
SONTHEIMER JOHN J, County 

clerk, Courthouse 
Spaights B, barber, 287 Santa Clara 
Spaw C B, dentist, 3 McLaughlin's bdg 
Spencer & Covell, real estate, 268 Santa 

Clara 

Spencer Francis E, atty-at-law, 21 & 22 

McLaughlin's bdg 
Spoor Mrs M E, dressmaking, 8 Music hall 

bdg 

Spring T W, drygoods and clothing, cor 

Santa Clara & Market 
Stanard W, bootmaker, 337 V* Santa Clara 
Steiner A, boots and shoes, 409 First 
Stern M, harness and saddlery, 332 Santa 

Clara 

Stillwell A, liquors, 264 Santa Clara 
ST JAMES HOTEL, Snyder & Corn- 
stock, proprs, opp St James' square 
Stock John, stoves & tinware, 376 First 
STOCKLIN JOHN B, Carpenter 

and cabinet maker, 248 First 
STOVER HENRY, Grocer and pro- 
vision dealer, cor East and Alameda 
Straus L, cigars and tobacco, 334 First 
STRAUS S, Drygoods and clothing, 

368 and 370 First 
Sullivan Patrick, bootmaker, 365 First 
Suzzallo P, chop house, 351 Market 
Tai, Hang & Co, cigars and tobacco, 351 
First 

Taylor Z, furniture, 412 First 

THE BANK OF SAN JOSE, T 

Ellard Beans president ; C T Park 
cashier, Santa Clara and First 

THORNE «& CALDWELL, Phy- 
sicians and surgeons, 253 Santa Clara 

Thorn E V, real estate and insurance, 321 
Santa Clara 

Tisdale W D, cashier Farmers Nat Gold 
bank, sw cor First and Santa Clara 

Tisdall J V, Chief of Police, office City hall 

TOMLINSON J M, Fruit and candy, 
465 First 

Tong Hong, fancy bazaar, 15 Central 
market 

TOOHY, AULBACH «& CO, Pro- 
prietor San Jose " Herald," 384 First 

Tracy A, proprietor new National hotel, 
cor San Pedro and El Dorado 



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Trainor P, boots £ shoes, 309 Santa Clara 
TKl EJH 1\ A ^VOODKOW, Un- 
dertakers, 408 First 
Tureiuau A Oakley, merchant tailors, 293 

Santa Clara 
Turner Dr. physician and County Coroner, 

IM Santa Clara 
I MM KSVL K EST AIR 1 X T, 

•hio Franciacovich, lessee, 337 First 
V i [iii E, groceries, Market, nr St James 
Veuve W P, notary public, Bank of San 

Jose building 
Villar J M. tailor, First, near Antonio 

IM.i; A POWELL, Real 

estate, 11 Knox block 
Volt/ E, bootmaker, 339 Lightston 
Von Lnrseeke 1' S, draughtsman with Theo 

Lenzen, sw cor Santa Clara *V Second 
Waiht-1 Mrs K de, dressmaker, 317 Second 
Waldteufel A, books, stationery and fancy 

goods, cor First and Fountain 
WALE BDWABD, Blacksmith and 

carriagetnaker, 467 First 
Wall Jno, liquors, 336 Fiist 
H tLXtACE It. Livery stable, 386 First 
Wallauer W, bootmaker," 369 First 
Walsh Pat, blacksmith. 17s Santa Clara 
Warkentin P. liquors, 382 First 
WARREN l>r ANNA, Physician, 

463 First 

Wa-heim Chas, manager Atlantic & Pacific 

b lt graph Co, 21)7 Santa Clara 
War rs W E, livery stable, Santa Clara-st 
H ALTERS A WILSON, Beoond- 
hand furniture A carpenters, 353 Santa 
Clara 

W ATKINS A SCOTT, Agricultural 
machinery, Alameda road 

WATSON € I* V. Physioian and sur- 
geon, Bank of San Jose building 

Welch A, livci v stable, 275 First 

Walls, Fargo & Co's Express, Elliot Reed 
agt, 288 First 

WENBT €1, Market, cor Market and 
St John 

Western hotel, Mrs Julia Noonan, 374 
Market 

Wheeler E W, fruits and confectionery, 

333 Market 
Wheeler W II, real estate, 312 First 
WHITE .V W f Tinsmith and general 

|obber, 362 Santa Clara 
Whits f P, machinist, Second, near Cen- 
tral market 
Whitney A Owsley, fruits, groceries, etc, 

312 Santa Clara 
WMtton Chas F, court reporter, 16 Mc- 
Laughlin's building 
Wllber R K. dressmaking, 420 First 
Wiloox^Chas F, attorney-at-law, 394 First 
Wilcox E J, boots and shoes, 394 First 
Wilcox A Williams, glove factory, 268 

Santa Clara 
Willard L, fancy goods, 283 Santa Clara 
Willcy A Ilinaldo, painters, 410 First 



WILLIAMS Ac WHITE, Fashion 

livery stables, 212 Santa Clara 
Williamson M, justice of peace, 290 First 
Wilson E G, plumber and gasfitter, 335 

Santa Clara 
Wilson G C, barber, 411 First 
Wilson Mrs R, dressmaker 474 First 
Wing A Chandler, photogrs, 314 Market 
WISE Mrs I>, Fancy goods and milli- 
nery, 367 First 
Wissman F C, plumber and gassfitter, 

Santa Clara, near Market 
Witkowskry E, drygoods and notions, 319 
Market 

Wolf Joseph, trussmaker, 360 First 
Wolff V W, sewing machine and shirt mfr, 

321 Second 
H OLTERN E C, Liquors, cor Tenth 

and William 
Woods J S, hatter, 277 Santa Clara 
Worley M H, sewing machines, 345 Santa 

Clara 

Wright D, attorney-at-law, Bank of San 

Jose building 
Wright J B A Co, books, stationery and 

frames, 311 First 
Wright W W, photographer, 284 Santa 

Clara 

Yeaw, L A, dressmaking, 431 First 
Yocco A Behrendt, pumps, well pipe, etc, 
267 First 

Yocco E A Labelle, grocers, 292 Market 
Yot 11 Geo M, attorney-at-law and notary 

public, Bank of San Jose building 
YOELL J ALEXANDER, At- 
torney-at-law, rooms 2 and 3 Bank of 
San Jose building 
fong Eee, employment office, 403 Market 
Xoungberg C A, paints, oils, etc, 296 First 
Zachia M, ovster saloon, 335 First 
ZIEGLER «fc A l/l H A I S. Boots 

and shoes, 274 First 
1IHHEB GEO W, Butchers, 16 Cen- 
tral market 
Zimmer Louis, blacksm, 223 San Fernando 
/J^IMERER A, Boots and shoes, 332 
Market 

Zingg Conrad E, gunmsith, 289 First 



San Juan, 

SAN BENITO COUNTY, 

An old and romantic town, 92 miles from 
San Francisco; reached via Southern Pa- 
cific railroad to Sargent's station, from 
thence by stage, a distance of six miles. 



AL.LEN JOHN H, Horseshoeing 
ANDERSON JOHN, Stoves, pumps 

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Aram Joseph, operator W U and S J and 
Los Banos telegraph line 

Beger Henry, bootmaker 

BE JASSON JOSEPH, French ho- 
tel and restaurant 

Beteze D, saddler and harnessmaker 

Birmingham Thomas, carpenter 

Bowie Miss, teacher pianoforte 

Bowman C W & Sons, blacksmiths and 
carriagemakers 

Breen James F. atty-at-law & notary public 

BRIETBATH JULIUS, Boots and 
shoes 

BVLLIER LEON, Hairdresser 
Beuttler & Beck, San Juan Brewery 
Cargill C G, druggist and physician 
Carlos Peter, barber and baths 
Chalmers G-eorge, City Assessor 
Derra Francisco, Eagle saloon 
Dolheguy G, merchant 
Durin A, lock and gunsmith 
FILOUCHEAU M, General mer- 
chandise 

Flint, Bixby & Co, wool growers; proprie- 
tors Coast Line Stage Co 
GOOD RIDGE C H, Wool grower 

and farmer 
GRAEME ARTHUR L, Plaza hotel 
Graeme & Co, butchers 
Gross Charles, Town Marshal 
Harris D, proprietor steam flour mills 
HARRIS SAMUEL, Merchandise 

and liquors 
Heritage J O, justice of the peace and no- 
tary public; liquors and cigars 
Hodgdon J H, carpenter and joiner 
Hodges Field, teamster 
Houghton M, carpenter and architect 
Jesus Don, fruit store 
LACOSTA JOHN, Bakery and con- 
fectionery 
Lisk J H, photographer 
Mitchel E, supervisor 
Nagel John, carriage and sign painter 
Piellin George, Nat htl livy stable & feed yd 
REGAN M J, Proprietor San Juan 

and Sargent's station stage line 
Roche P, Fashion saloon 
Russell <fc Reynolds, wool growers 
SAM IT JOSE, Groceries & drygoods 
San Juan Cornet Band, C G Cargill leader 
SCIIERRER LOUIS, Liquors and 
cigars 

STANLEY JAMES, Harnessmaker 
SULLIVAN MAURICE, General 

merchandise 
VACHE ADOLPH, Bakery and 

meat market 
Whitney J W, notary public and justice of 

the peace; agt W, F & Co; postmaster, 

and bookstore 
Z AN ETTA ANGELO, Plaza livery 

stable and City Hall 
Zanetta F, proprietor San Juan and Hol- 

lister stage line 



San Leandro, 

ALAMEDA COUNTY, 

Is a thriving town; formerly the county 
seat of Alameda county. It takes its 
name from San Leandro creek, on which 
it is built. It has a population of about 
1,200, and is distant from San Francisco 
16 miles. v 

Antoine Olimpia, bootmaker 
Averan J & Co, carpenters 
Baumberger Felix, liquors 
Barradas F C, barber 
BASLER C E, Painter 
BECK G W, Proprietor Pioneer house 
Bernard Amos, carpenter 
Coleman C S, physician 
Collingridge Joseph, justice of the peace 
COSTA MANUEL H, Barber 
Christy Charles, carpenter 
DuBois A S, physician 
EBER FRED, Butcher 
Fleming S K, druggist 
GALLET J A, Livery stable 
Gannon & Gleason, blacksmiths 
Gilbert T H, carpenter 
Godchaux Prosper, hotel 
Gorman John, liquors 
Greaves William, tailor 
Grigsby Henry, general merchandise 
HALE H A, Copper and sheet iron 

HANSON «fc HENRY, Proprietors 

Scandinavian hotel 
Hanson Peter, liquors 
Hill F A, manager Sweepstake Plow Co 
HOPPER «fc LARSEN, Black- 
smiths and wagonmakers 
Hulbert Rev W, clergyman, (Methodist) 
Kahn Maurice, general merchandise 
Landmann J C, watchmaker 
Levy Abraham, drygoods and clothing 
Martin Joseph, restaurant and saloon 
McGladry George, boarding house 
McKinstry Thomas, liquors 
McMillan D, general merchandise 
Meyers Ferdinand, general merchandise 
Murphy James, fruits, vegetables, to- 

baeco, etc 
Nabb R C, genl mdse; postoffice 
Noland John, liquors 

Nugent Rev Dennis, clergyman, (Catholic) 
OviattRev TM, clergyman, (Presbyterian) 
Owens H K, carriage painter 
PALMER E P, Secretary Sweepstake 
Plow Co 

Powell H C, agt C P R B and Wells, 

Fargo & Co telegraph 
ntzau TP , crockery; W U tel operator 
Raatt F MH, Railroad Brewery 
RAWSON Mrs H, Boarding house 
Rawson M L, stationery and news depot 
Reichsrath P, bootmaker 



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K.-id W W, harnessmaker 
Shirley J H, wood and coal 
Silva Joseph F, bootmaker 
Silvia Charles, liquors 
Silvia Mrs R. dressmaker 
SmalW \ Btratton, lirery stable 
sniTII W l>. General merchandise 
SWEEPSTAKE PLOW CO, F A 

Hill Manager 
Tin •ynolm Adam.'propr Columbia Brewery 
Thompson B L, liquors 
Ury David, butcher 



San Mateo, 

SAN MATEO COUNTY, 

A small and quiet town of 700 inhabit- 
ants, 21 miles from San Francisco, on the 
Southern Pacific railroad. 



Adams J J, hairdresser 

Alt William C, bootmaker 

Ash by JmbmMi glori factory 

Bergner Charles, liquors 

BROWN MKHAFL, Blacksmith 

and horseshocr 
BROWN ORRIN, Ban Ka^eo market 
Byrnei James, liquors; livery stable 
Coleman Martin, blacksmith 
Coleman Thomas, blacksmith 
FISIir.lt GEORGE II, Justice of 

the Peace 

Goodspeed J R, physician and druggist, 

postmaster 
(a iM OVLi: J J, Saddler and har- 

nesamaker 

Hippren Theodore, bakery & coffee saloon 
Hnsim; E A A Co, general merchandise 
IACOBSON C, Manager Western 

Union Telegraph Co 
J \('OltSO\ L. General merchandise 
JAS2YNSKY L. A^.ntSPRRCo, 
W, I A Co, A and P Tel Co and San 
Mateo and Santa Cruz stage line; no- 
tary public and insurance agent 
JENNINGS J T, Union market 
Perry T H, bootmaker 
Pope S, proprietor Railroad house 
Rouse Rev T H, clergyman, (Congregatl) 
Taft A Garretson, Santa Cruz stage line 
Walker Eugene, proprietor San Mateo ho- 
tel and livery stable 
Warren E, plumber 
Weber J B, stoves and tinware 
Whitehead J, liquors 
Winters George, painter 
WIN* Ott A DOYLE, Lumber deal- 
ers and builders 



San Rafael, 

MA BIN COUNTY, 

Is a beautiful little town of some 1,500 in- 
habitants, situated on the North Pacific 
Coast railroad, 15 miles from San Fran- 
cisco. It is a favorite summer residence 
for many people from San Francisco and 
vicinity. 



Almy Joseph, County and Probate Judge 
Anderson Amund, blacksmith and carriage 

maker, Second bet A and B 
Anderson W N, market 
Austin H, County Surveyor 
Barnard Wm L, livery stable 
Barney Chas S, real estate and ins agent; 

notary 

BAIWTOW S F, Proprietor "Marin 
County Journal," Fourth bet C andD 

BEACH A H, W U Tel operator, de- 
pot 

Beatty Rev G W, clergyman (M E church) 

Bidwell H E, news and stationery 

Bigelow J B, watchmaker 

Blankenberger A, bootmaker 

Bond Geo W, carpenter 

Bowers Thos J, District Attorney 

BOYN II A F GOERL, Proprie- 
tors San Rafael Brewery, Greenwood 
avenue 

Bryce Mrs, hotel 

Chi aette Frank, bootmaker 

COLLINS R P, Harnessmaker,Fourth 
bet B and C 

Constant John, tailor 

Clark J K, physician 

Claudianos Peter, restaurant 

Croke Rev — , clergyman, (Catholic) 

Cross Wm, restaurant 

Dampier Wm, County Treasurer 

Dav Tim, liquors 

DIRKS H J, Proprietor Columbia 

house, Second bet A and B 
Doub Val D, County Clerk, Auditor and 

Recorder 

Dougherty Wilbur F, constable and col- 
lector 
Duclos P, carpenter 
Duparque L, tailor 

I> IT RAND Mrs H, Dressmaker, 
Fourth bet C and D 

Eden Ed, undertaker and Coroner 

Fagan James, bootmaker 

IK At; V HAS P C, Coffee saloon, de- 
pot 

FULLER J B, Agent Wells, Fargo A 

Co, Fourth bet C and D 
GARDNER E, Groceries, provisions, 

meats, market produce, etc, cor Fourth 

and D 

Geary Eugene, propr Bay View house 
Gieske J C, groceries 



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GILBERT HARVEY, Proprietor 
Gilbert house, cor Fourth and E 

Gillett Mrs E A, physician 

Gordon U M & Co, bankers 

Gouin Andrew, bakery 

GRANT JAMES A, Proprietor Bank 
Exchange, Fourth nr B 

Grinter John J, County Assessor 

Grosjean C, groceries 

HANNA FRANCIS A, Groceries 
and liquors, cor A and Third 

Hanson Thompson H, attorney-at-law 

HARDING «fc NELSON, black- 
smiths and wagonmakors, cor Third 
and C 

Harte Gregory P, supt Marin Co Water 

Co 

Hawkins Mrs C, proprss Sheppard house 
Hoxie Joe, liquors 

Hubbard Samuel, propr Tamalpais hotel 

Hughes W S, justice of the peace 

Irwin Oliver, savings bank 

Irwin Oliver M, bank cashier 

IVERSON HANS, Wood and coal, 
cor E and South Second 

KAPPENMANN JOSEPH, Liq- 
uors, B bet Third and Fourth 

Kelly Mrs S, dressmaker 

Kendall & Saunders, plumbers & gasfitters 

King T C, oysters and liquors 

LaMOTTE ADOLPHE, Tinning & 
plumbing, C bet Third and Fourth 

Lang E, watchmaker 

Leszinsky I H, clothing 

LOWENFELD BERNARD, Va- 
riety store, Fourth bet C and D 

Lowenfeld Wm, barber 

Mahon E B, atty-at-law and notary 

MAHON T J, Proprietor Mahon house 
Fourth bet C and D 

Mandel & Co, general merchandise 

MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL, 
S F Barstow proprietor, Fourth bet C 
and D 

MARTINEZ LADISLAO, Harness 
maker, B bet Third and Fourth 

McDonald Rev James^S, clergyman, (Pres- 
byterian) 

McLeod A, livery stable 

Mensing N, liquors 

XIILLER WM J, Real estate agent, 
Parisian building 

MUELLER CLEMENS, Liquors, 
cor Fourth and B 

MURRAY MICHAEL, Livery sta- 
ble cor Third and C 

O'CONNOR M, Proprietor Central 
hotel, Fourth bet B and C 

Olin Peter, blacksmith and wagoa-maker 

Parker G W, watchmaker and jeweler 

PETER LOUIS, Merchant tailor, C 
bet Fourth and Fifth 

Polhemua H D, agt N P C R R 

PRATT ¥ H, General merchandise & 
Postmaster, cor Fourth and C 



Rice J B, brick, lime, wood and coal 
SALE WM, Furniture and carpets, 

Fourth bet B and C 
SAN RAFAEL HERALD, John 

Wood propr, B bet Second and Third 

Saunders Samuel, County Superintendent 
Public Instruction 

Schneider J J, barber; cigars and to- 
bacco, Fourth bet B and C 

SCHWIESAU E, Groceries and Bak- 
ery, cor First and E 

SHAVER ISAAC, Lumber and Plan- 
ing mill, Fourth bet E and F 

Sims John, lumber dealer 

SIVIEROU ETIENNE, Proprietor 
Parisian house, cor Fourth and A 

Smith Mrs A, millinery and varieties 

Steer J T, carriage painter 

Taliaferro A, phisician 

Thomas & Moore, painters 

Thompson L H, druggist 

Tunstead James, Sheriff and Tax Collector 

WARD JOHN, Liquors, cor B and 
Third 

Watson James, liquors 
White Wm M, propr Barnard express 
Wilkins Hepburn, attorney-at-law 
Wolfe John, druggist 

WOOD JOHN, Proprietor San Rafael 
"Herald," B bet Second and Third 

ZOPF HERMANN, Wine garden, 
Fourth 



Santa Clara, 

SANTA CLARA COUNTY, 

A beautiful town of about 1,200 inhabit- 
ants, situated in the valley of the same 
name, and one of the richest in the State. 
It is 46 miles from San Francisco and 
four miles from San Jose. 



Allen Mrs A L, dressmaking 

Bacigalupi A, groceries 

Bentley G J, physician 

Bergin D & Co, drygoods 

BILLINGS J M, Postmaster; books 
and stationery, Washn, near Franklin 

Bossert Charles, bakery 

Bracket C S, carriage painter 

Bradbury & Cole, wagonmakers 

Brilloska Mrs H, physician 

Brundage J S, horseshoeing 

Bustard William, bakery 

Cook N & Son, Santa Clara flour mill 

Cook & Brown (Mrs), milliners 

Corcoran M, proprietor Cameron house 

Crandall J R, agt W, F & Co & W U Tel Co 

Davis E H, foundry 

Dibble John H, tinsmith 

DILLEY JAMES S, Justice of the 
Peace, real estate and Notary Public, 
Franklin, opp Cameron house 



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Donavan R B, market 

Duncan Louis, varieties 

KCIIO. ER Painter proprietor, Franklin 

Bin* len E W F. barber 

KLLIOTT S A. Stoves and tinware, 
Washington, near Franklin 

Fatjo A A Co, general merchandise 

Fitts William, town marshal 

C» A Kill EL. A, Liquors, cor Franklin 
and Lafayette 

Gairaud Lewis, grocer 

Garloff A, liquors 

Goldbach J K, lodgings * 

Gosbey J F, boots and shoes 

QtOfji ^GH, capitalist 

eVMEB FRAXK, Barber.. Frank- 
lin, near Main 

Habich A, groceries 

Haight J E, constable 

Ham R K. livery stable 

Henning William, Farmers' Exchange 

HICKS B 9 Boots and shoes, Franklin 

H ; bea P D, cooper 

Hy.l- Ja:n< * J. apotlif-cary 

Ji nkins G C, justice of the peace and no- 
ta rv public 

KARRI CH IAHVEL H, Grocer, 
Fraiiklin, near Main 

Kingsbury W B, dentist 

Kingl D F B, cracker bakerv 

KBAEHBB A LETT, Centennial 
Brewerv. cor Lafavette and Benton 

LAKI>KI< H J V, Market, Franklin, 
near Washington 

Lamory E, general merchandise 

L» ib. II. brewery 

Lion L A Co, clothing and drygoods 

Madom A Myers, hardware, paints A oils 

McLaughlin Agnes, millinery 

■EBEILL A C LIFFORD, Liq- 
uors, Franklin, near Main 

Mills L R, soda works 

Morrison S, gas works 

Morse A Brown, painters 

MOIM V J B, Candy factory, Wash- 
ington, near Franklin 

Muni'li F W, blacksmith and wagonmaker 

KACK JOHN A, Books and station- 
ery. Franklin 

Nesmith J F, cashr Bank of Santa Clara Co 

Oberdcener M, druggist 

OSCHATZ F, Liquors, Franklin, near 
Washington 

Painter E R, proprietor "Echo" 

Palais R Saint, market 

Plero J P. prest Bank of Santa Clara Co 

8ahlberg F A Bro, restaurant 

Sang Kee, tea 

SANTA CLARA SOOA WORKS 

Frank Gubser proprietor, cor Bel- 

lanny and Alviso 
Santa Clara Valley Mill and Lumber Co 
Saxe A W, physician 

SCIIVFICKFRT H, Harness and 
saddles, Franklin, near Washington 



I Schoene H, photographer 

Seaver G L A Son, wagonmakers 

Simpson C C, blacksmith 

Singleton A B, constable 

Smead, Cherry A Smead, furniture 

Stearns F R, watchmaker and jeweler m 

Stevens H W, manager S C V M and L Co 

Stewart Joseph, barber; cigars A tobacco 

Talbot D J. undertaker and furniture 

THOMPSOX & DAVIS, Black- 
smiths, Main, near Fremont 

Thome EVA Bro, auctioneers 

THE BANK OF 8 AWT A CLARA 
CO I X TV, J P Pierce President; 
J F Nesmith Cashier, Franklin 

Tobin John F, varieties 

Wanderer H, boots and shoes 

Wanderer Louisa, bakery 

Warburton H H, physician 

Wassman George, bootmaker 

WEXZEL R, Stoves and tinware, 
Franklin, near Main 

Werner C W, barber 

Widnev J, general merchandise 

AVITHROtV A LI. Harness and trim- 
ming, Franklin, near Washington 

Wittmeier S. liquors 

Woods A Patterson, painters 

Wright G W A Son. stationery 

1VKH.HT JI W, Carriage and orna- 
mental painting, Franklin, Widney blk 

Zimmermann W, merchant tailor 



Santa Cruz, 

SANTA CBUZ COUNTY. 

This beautiful city is located on Monte- 
rey bay, in the southeastern portion of 
Santa Cruz county, in one of the most de- 
lightful spots in the State, 120 miles from 
San Francisco, It is noted for the beauty 
and variety of its surrounding scenery, 
and healthfulness of climate, which have 
made the city widely known and the most 
popular summer resort of California for 
invalids and pleasure-seekers. It is but 
seven miles distant from the Big Tree 
Grove, which can be reached by rail, if de- 
sirable. It has had a steady and per- 
manent growth, and has become a popu- 
lous and thriving city, claiming a popula- 
tion of 5,000. The chief interests of the 
country surrounding is manufactures, 
on which the prosperity of the town mainly 
depends. 

Academy of Holy Cross, Sisters Charity, 
Mission 

ACLLORX J. Criterion saloon, Pacific 

avenue and Front 
Adams F, attorney-at-law, Pacific avenue 
Allan, Grover A Co, planing mills 
Anderson — , physician, Front 



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ANDRESEN PETER, Merchant 

tailor, Pacific avenue 
Amner Thomas, foundry, River 
Archer & Ennor, stationery and varieties, 

Pacific avenue 
ARCHIBALD J H, Harness and 

saddles, Pacific avenue 
Ashley Otis, sawmill 

AUGSTEIN HENRY, Hairdresser, 
Front 

BAILEY F E, Physician, Bridge 
BAILEY J H, Manager Western 
Union Telegraph Do, Pacific avenue 
Bailey S H, watches and jewelry, Pac ave 
Baldwin A, boots and shoes, Pacific ave 
Baldwin JED, photographer, Pacific ave 
BANK OF SANTA CRUZ 
COUNTY ("The"), L Heath Presi- 
dent; E J Cox Cashier, Pacific avenue 
Barnet S, clothing, Pacific avenue 
Battersby John, stoves & tinware, Pac ave 
BAUStH HENRY, Santa Crnz 

Brewery 
Bear Creek Lumber Co, sawmill 
BENNETT M Y, Architect and civil 

engineer, Pacific avenue 
BERNHEIM J «fc CO, General 

merchandise, Pacific avenue 
Besse J N & Co, liquors, Pacific avenue 
BITTING S T, Liquors (wholesale), 

Pacific avenue 
BEOCH JOSEPjni, Proprietor St 
Cbarles hotel, cor Mission and River 
Bolton A E, attorney-at-law, Pacific ave 
BORROSEY GEORGE, Liquors, 
Front 

BOWMAN G, Hardware and crockery, 

Pacific avenue 
Boyle J T, boots and shoes, Pacific avenue 
Bradley & Flintoff, blacksmiths and wag- 

onmakers, Front 
Brazer J, books and stationery; post- 
master, Pacific avenue 
BRIOOY JONES, Groceries and 

clothing, Pacific avenue 
Brown A, liquors, Front 
Brownstone J, general mdse, Pacific ave 
Burk Nathan, cigars and varieties, Pac ave 
Burnham A W, carriage painter, Front 
Bulter E P, photographer, Pacific avenue 
BUTLER J E, Proprietor Centennial 
mills 

Byrd William, liquors, Pacific avenue 
CANNEY F E J, Physician and sur- 
geon (homeopathic), Pacific avenue 
and Front 
California Powder Works 
CAPPELMANN C, Liquors (whole- 
sale and retail), El Dorado saloon, 
Front and Pacific avenue 
Carpy John, liquors, Pacific ave and Front 
CHACE .1 10 *V CO, Market, Pacific 
avenue 

Chappel Mrs T, hair goods and dressmak- 
ing, Pacific avenue 



Clark Samuel, physician and surgeon, 

Pacific avenue 
COBLENTZ FELIX, General mer- 
chandise, cor Pacific avenue & Locust 
COFFIN H, Proprietor "Santa Cruz 

Local Item," Pacific avenue 
CON ANT R, Attorney-at-law and Court 

Commissioner, Courthouse 
Cooper & Co, drygoods, groceries, etc, Front 
COOPER FRANK, Cashier . Santa 
Cruz Bank of Savings and Loan, Pa- 
cific avenue 
COPE «fc CO,* Hardware, Pacific avenue 
COX E J, Cashier The Bank of Santa 

Cruz County, Pacific avenue 
CRAIG A, County Judge, Courthouse 
Curtis L, constable, Courthouse 
Cutler James M, druggist and sea mosses, 

Pacific avenue 
Dakan & Young, market, Pacific avenue 
DECARLE Y VICTOR «& CO, 
Constantine restaurant, Anthony's 
block, near plaza 
DeLamater G B Y, gen mdse, Pacific ave 
Devoll P H, sewing machine agent, Pac ave 
Dexter H, lodging house, cor Mission and 
River 

OIESING OTTO, Agent Fredericks- 
burg Brewery (San Jose) , Mission 
Drew A B, fruits, candy, nuts, etc, Pac ave 
Dyer J J, dentist, Pacific avenue 
EFFEY WILLIAM, Watches, jew- 
elry, ' clocks, plated ware, etc, Pacific 
avenue 

Ellison Daniel, restaurant, Pacific avenue 

and Front 
Ellsworth Timothy, sawmill 
England W P, machinist, Front 
Fagen P B, physician, Pacific avenue 
FARNHAM L, Justice of the Peace, 

Pacific avenue 
Fay P & Co, druggists, cor Mission and 

Pacific avenue 
Felker William, undertaker, Front 
Field & Son, drygoods, clothing, etc, Pa- 
cific avenue 
Fischer Anton, tannery- 
Fitch George L, physician, Pacific avenue 
Flume Sawmill, lumber manufactory 
Foster E, blacksmith and horseshoer, Front 
Frank Philip, hairdresser, Front 
GADSBY B C, Carriage and sign 
painter; dealer in paints, oils, etc, 
Pacific avenue 
Gaebler R A E, hairdresser, Mission 
Gardner P, proprietor Ocean View house 
Garratt R M, supt Santa Cruz & Felton R R 
GERSON EMIL, Cigars and tobacco; 

"Golden Rule Cigar Store," Pacific ave 
Gilbert David, groceries, Pacific avenue 
Goodwin & Martin, livery stable, Front 
GORDON OSCAR L, Dentist, Pa- 
cific avenue 
GOURLEY r A F, Fruits, cigars, con- 
fectionery, etc, Pacific avenue 



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Grant George T. planing mill, Pacific ave 
GRAY JOIfX W, Liquors and cigars 

(wholesale and retail), Locust 
Gregg * Philes : machine shop, River 
Handle? Mi»s Katie, millinery and fancy 

goods. Pacific avenue 
II A Kit IS Mrs S, Proprietress Frank- 
lin house, Front 

II V I 4. < IIKIS. Liquors, River 
HEATH C II «i RT), Stoves, tin 

and hardware, Pacific avenue 
Hi itmann Henry, merchant tailor, Pac ave 
Hendoa Bet A P, clergyman, (Methodist) 
Hoag M C, ohysician. Pacific avenue 
IIOADLEY J II. PropriLtoi Pacific 

Ocean house. Pacific avenue 
Hobbi W H. supt schools. Courthouse 
HOMON J It. Photographer, Pacific 

HOFFMAN A II I M>S. Real estate 
and insurance sgents; pianos and or- 
gans, Pacific avenue 
Holmes 8, physician, Pacific avenue 
IIOM ZM AW. FRED. T. painter, 
Front, 

III i* J J, Druggist, Pacific avenue 
III <. II IS l> P. M. rchant tailor, Pa- 
cific avenue 

Hunter W T, hlacksmith, cor Tine and 
Mission 

Ingraham E H, physician, Pacific avenue 
Jackson £ J & Co, real estate agents 
J A It VIS 6EOEGE M, Wines, fruit 
i tc: depot of Vine Hill vineyard, Pa- 
cific avenue 
Kelly Jeremiah, hotel, Front 
K. 11 v John, hotel, Front 
KlltllV It C A CO, Leather man- 
ufacturers 

Km< prii J, cigars and tobacco, cor River 

and Mission 
Kron J F, tannery 
Lake G P, wagonmaker, Front 
Langenbeck Fred, bootmaker, Front 
Leibrand J, bath house 
Leonard M. liquors. Front 
LEONARD JIrs G, Dressmaker, 

Front 

LIDDELL ROBERT, Chief of Po- 
lice, Front 

Li<M< 11 W A, proprietor Long Branch 

bath house 
Lincoln A Co, livery stable, Pacific avenue 
Lindner Edward, bootmaker, Front 
Litchfield W R, cabinetmaker, Pacific ave 
Logan George E, agt Santa Cruz RRCoJ 
Logan J H District Attorney, Courthouse 
Longley Otis A, painter, Pacific avenue 
Lyman Joseph, bootmaker, Pacific avenue 
Makinn^y H E, County Clerk, Recorder 

and Auditor, Courthouse 
Manson A Cummings, sawmill 
March W F, lumber 

JIARTIN C C, propr Santa Cruz hotel, 
Front 



MARTIN Mrs H A, Millinery and 
dressmaking, Pacific avenue 

Martin W H, foundrv, River 

LATTICE Y J, Clothing and furnish- 
ing goods, Front 

Matt & Ruegg proprs brewery, Mission 

McCann F J. atty-at-law, Pacific avenue 

McGowan Bros, sawmill 

)k'I*HERSO^ A CO, Proprietors 
"Santa Cruz Sentinel," Pacific avenue 

Morgan E M, superintendent Santa Cruz 
Water Co, Pacific avenue 

MOROAX A KE>\\EDY, Livery 
stable, Front 

MOlLTO\ A BIAS, Drygoods, 
groceries, boots, shoes, etc, cor Pacific 
avenue and Locust 

NEARY JIi**es, Millinery and 
fancy goods, Pacific avenue 

HEART PATRICK, Liquors, Mis- 
sion 

Nugent R, bootmaker, Main, Lower plaza 
O UOWELL PATRICK, Travel- 
lers' Home (hotel), Front 
ORTO V ROBERT, Sheriff and Tax 

Collector, Courthouse 
Osterhus J A, cigars and tobacco, Pac ave 
Otto & Fmkeldey, produce, seeds, etc, 
Front 

Otto George, Countv Treasurer, Courthse 
PATRICK A MAJORS, Proprie- 
tors "Santa Cruz Courier," Front 
Peck N T, constable 

Peck Rev Wesley, clergyman, (Methodist) 
Peerv J W, sawmill 

PETERSON A JK 9 Harness and sad- 
dles, Pacific avenue 

PIYAYA BROS, Boarding house and 
liquors, Front 

Place (G W) & (JL), drygoods, cor Pa- 
cific avenue and Church 

PRAY BROS, Groceries, clothing and 
gents' furnishing goods, Pacific ave 

Pvatt A Co, sawmill 

RAFFERTY JAMES, Liquors, 
Mission 

Randall A Kober, boots and shoes, Pac ave 

RHODES XV H, Gunsmith and deal- 
er, Pacific avenue 

SANTA ( RI Z BANK OF SAV- 
INGS AND LOAN, SABartlett 
President; Frank Cooper Cashier, Pa- 
cific avenue 

SANTA CRIZ COURIER, Pat- 
rick A Majors proprietors, Front 

SANTA CRI Z FOFNORY, Thorn 
as Amner proprietor. Santa Cruz-st 

SANTA ( RI Z HOUSE, C C Mar- 
tin proprietor, cor Front and Plaza 

Santa Cruz Library, H Dexter librarian, 
Pacific avenue 

SANTA (RIZ LOCAL ITEM, 
H Coffin proprietor, Pacific avenue 

Santa Cruz Water Co, H K Moore presi- 
dent, Pacific avenue 



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SCHAUFELE J, Watches, jewelry 
and musical instruments, Pacific ave 

SCOTT «fc MERRILL, Fashion 
livery stable, Mission 

Scott Mrs E G, fancy work, flowers, etc, 
Pacific avenue 

SENTINEL PRINTING CO, Mc- 
Pherson & Co proprietors, Pacific ave 

S F Sawmill, lumber manufactory 

Sherman E W, liquors, Mission 

Simon, Jacobs & Co, gen mdse, Pacific ave 

Simpson James F, feed & wood yard, Kiver 

Smallwood Joseph, hairdresser, Front 

SMITH & l>e WOLFE, Furniture 
and bedding; real estate and insur- 
ance agents; auctioneers, Pacific ave 

STAFFLER GEORGE, Furniture, 
bedding, carpets and undertaking, 
Pacific avenue 

STAIGER R, Pioneer Bakery, Pacific 
avenue 

ST CHARLES HOTEL, Joseph 
Bloch proprietor, cor Mission & River 

STEINLE HENRY, Hairdresser, 
Mission 

Stillman Charles." fruit, candy, produce, 

etc, Pacific avenue 
Storey W D, attorney-at-law, Courthouse 
SWAN LYMAN, Union bakery ahd 

confectionery, Pacific avenue 
SWEENEY T A, Hairdresser, Pacific 
TAIT «fc HENDERSON, Plumbers, 

roofers and gasfitters, Locust 

avenue 

Tanner & Christal, druggists, Pacific 

avenue and Front 
Thompson R, agt W, F & Co, Pacific ave 
Tirneney D, saloon keeper, Pacific avenue 
Treat George, sawmill 
Tuhte R, liquors, Front 
Tuthill D, president Gas Company 
Valentine W P, planing mill 
Van Guelder A A, attorney-at-law, Front 
WANZER JAMES O, Attorney-at- 
law, real estate agent and searcher of 
records, Pacific avenue 
Waterman W F, blacksmith, Pacific ave 
WERER Mrs C, Dressmaker, Locust 
WERER <& PRATSCHNER, Pro- 
prietors Germania hotel, Front 
Wellington E, jiistice of the peace, Front 
WERNER C F, Agent Philadelphia 

Brewery, Pacific avenue 
WERNER JOHN, Harness and sad- 
dles, Front 
West E S, manager Santa Cruz Wharf Co 
WILKINS HOUSE, P V Wilkins 

proprietor, Pacific avenue 
Willi y Rev S H, clergyman, (Congregtl) 
Williams E L, attorney-at-law and notary 

public; U S Internal Revenue Coir 
WILLIAMS R, Tin and crockery- 
ware; pumps, etc, Pacific avenue 
WILLIAMS S J, Sign and decorative 
painter, Pacific avenue 



WILLIAMSON «& GARRETT, 

Groceries, cor Pacific ave and Walnut 
Willis Mrs E, ladies' and children's fur- 
nishing goods and dressmaker, coi 
Mission and Bridge 
WILSON DAVIO, Books, stationery 

and notions, Pacific avenue 
Wright H M, supt Santa Cruz railroad 
Wright T W, civil engineer, Pacific ave 
WUERTZ H, Boarding house, Front 
Younger C B, attorney-at-law, Pacific 
avenue and Front 



Somerville, 

COKTEA COSTA COUNTY, 

A small town situated near Mount Diablo : 
and supported by coal mining. 



Brown P, liquors 
Coll John, bootmaker 
Cox John T, blacksmith 
Craft L F, brickyard 
Dellingham E, liquors 
GAMRS F, General merchandise 
Hammond T G, butcher 
HaroxLurst George, mining superintendent 
Hughes W J, general merchandise 
Jenkins T W, general merchandise 
Lando J, general merchandise 
MAGUIRE P, Blacksmith 
Mills & Bagley, liquors 
Philips William, Union hotel 
Pinkerton John W, supt Pittsburg Coal Co 
Prosser W, liquors 
Riddle J R, physician 
Scammon G H, agent Gilpatrick express; 

postmaster 
Scammon J E, hotel 
TI RNVl LL A, Butcher 
Ward H E, livery stable 



Soquel, 

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY, 

A small town situated in Santa Cruz 
county, 6 miles from Santa Cruz and 116 
miles from San Francssco. It is supported 
by manufacturers, and is a pleasant resort 
for summer tourists. 



Bennett & Hinds, flour mills 

RENNETT J F J, Proprietor Rail- 
road house, Main 

Bowmrn J, hardware, crockery, etc 

California Sugar Beet Co 

Chace J D & Co, market 

Duncan Rev A C, clergyman, (Congregtl) 

ELSEMORE «fc CO, Feed mill and 
shingle manufacturers 



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Fleisig J it Co, drygoods 
GetZHchraan A, proprietor Park hnuse 
■All < II. Blacksmith 
Huntington A Co, sawmill 

gan Gustave, tobacco and varieties 
MannTW, proprietor Mann's hotel 
MASON 4 II IRLKS. Wagonmaker 
Meachen Bros, blacksmiths 
I'OKTKK E, General mdse, Main 
■ >rt< r F F, tannery 
Orter (G K) A (BF), tannery 
SARGENT A THOrf, Groceries 

and provisions, Main 
Boqnel Lumber Co 
Tucker W W, wagonmaker 
West J E, livery stable 



Santa Rosa, 

SONOMA COU>TTY. 

This beautiful city is situated in the cen- 
ter of the Santa Rosa valley, and is the 
county seat of Sonoma county. It con- 
tains a popuJation of about 5,000; is often 
called the "City of Roses," containing 
many tine residences, public buildings, 
colleges, etc. It is supplied with water 
and gas; is 54 miles from San Francisco, 
on the line of the S F and N P railroad. 



Adder E N, pianos, 8 Third 
AMERICAN EXCHANGE, F 

Struckman propr, cor Fourth <fc Davis 
Anns (' (i, cashier Santa Rosa Bank 
Atterbury W B, secy Board of Education 
Baber B, butcher, 4 Third 
Bftker A Ross blacksmiths, 7 Main 
Baldridge E S, soap manufacturer 
Ball J W, wagonmaker, cor Main & First 
Bfcrwig Albert, barber, Fourth 
Baxter T P, hardware <fc agricultl implmts 
Bennett A Wall, drain tiles 
Bew George, grocer, 79 Fourth 
Bond Wm H, notary & searcher of records 
Boyce J F, feed yard, Fourth 
■tended «t Volz, restaurant 
Brown J, justice of peace and attorney-at- 

law, 47 Mendocino 
IU ( KLi \l» I. H, Carriage trim- 
mer, Third, opp Plaza 
Bnrkhalter Mrs A, milliner, 6 Third 
III It 4 It II \ l/l I : It J, Attorney-at- 
law and Notary Public, Overton block 
Byington H W, livery stables, Fourth 
Byrne ,V Allen, genlmdse, 178 Fourth 
Byrne M, Mechanics' house, 227 Fifth 
Caldwell A Read, dentists, Fourth 
' to T E, cooper, cor Fifth and Wilson 
Campbell J Tyler, atty-at-law and notary 
Carithers D N. #enl mdse, 185 Fourth 
4 E7>\lt 4;;, Eureka baths and hair- 
dressing 



Charles & Rogers, contractors and build- 
ers, 148 Third 

CLARK J L, Blacksmith, SE cor plaza 

Clark J P, livery stable, cor C & Second 

Clark Miss M S, music teacher 

Clifford & Murphy, Santa Rosa and Napa 
stage line 

COLE I>r H, Dentist, 191 Fourth 

Cook A, barber, 215 Fourth 

Cowell J M, physician (homeopathic), cor 
Fourth and B 

COWEX P, Stationery and music, 
21 Main 

Cox Arthur L, surveyor and civil engi- 
neer, Fourth 
Crane T J, produce, 233 Fourth 
Creighton Thomas, plumber and tinsmith, 

Mendocino, near Fifth 
Cummins Mrs A E, dressmaker, 9 Third 
Daran Mrs M M, fruits and confectionery, 

182 Fourth 
Davis A, drygoods, 177 Fourth 
Davis & Cox, civil engineers and surveyors 
Davis A Roller, furniture, 173 Fourth 
Davis McKenzie, restaurant, 267 Fourth 
Davissou D D, notary & real estate agent 
Doha <fc Muller, barbers, 190 Fourth 
Downing, Rea & Rauscher, photographers, 
Third 

Doychert J, agent W U Tel Co, 21 Main 
Dunnigan & Allison, liquors, cor Fourth 

and Mendocino 
Eliason W A, civil engineer and surveyor 
E I It E K A BATHS AND HAIR- 

DRESSING SALOON, G Cezar 

proprietor, cor Second and Main 
Evans Wm M, news & varieties, 204 Fourth 
Farmer B F, civil engineer and surveyor, 

"Democrat" building • 
Farmer E T, president Santa Rosa Bank, 

we plaza 

Farmer J H & Co, furniture and carpets 
FISHER «k It I SSI I, L, Marble 

works, cor Fourth and Davis 
Fisher Fen, liquors, 184 Fourth 
Fortson John T, county clerk, Courthouse 
Frazee C D, druggist, Main, near Third 
Fuller O P, brickyard, near Iron bridge 
Gable & Whittier, brickyard, cor Ninth 

and Wilson 
Gamble John C, groceries and crockery, 

NE cor Fourth and B 
Gardner L B, watchmaker and jeweler, 

189 Fourth 
Gentry & Morris, harnmrs, 179 Fourth 
Gerken J, liquors, 152 Fourth 
Giebman & Co, drygoods and carpets, 12 

Exchange avenue 
Glynn B F, agent Murphy Bros, Fourth 
Gordon J B, physician, Ridgway block 
GRAND HOTEL, Niece & Pooler 

proprietors, cor Third and Main 
Gray & Prindle, butchers, 195 Fourth 
Greathouse G L, agent Wells, Fargo & Co, 

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Gunn D C, secy Business Men's Union 
Haas John & Co, German hotel, Fourth, 
near depot 

Hahman F G, cashier Savings Bank of 

Santa Rosa, ws plaza 
Harris William, market 
Henley Barclay, District Attorney 
Hiltz P, liquors, 190 Fourth 
Hirth W, meat market, Fourth 
HOAG O H, Recorder and Auditor 
Hood G, -watchmaker and jeweler, 25 Main 
Hood T B, general merchandise, Third 
Hudson T F, druggist, 6 Ridgway block 
Ink W P, butcher, Fourth 
Jacobs M & A, tailors, 183 Fourth 
JOHNSON «fc HENLEY, Attor- 
ney s-at-law, Kohle's bdg, Exchange ave 
Johnson Melville, attorney-at-law 
Johnson P, propr Santa Rosa house, Main 
Jolley & Keydendall, blacksmiths and 

wagonmakers 
Jones George N, Normal school 
Jones G R, attorney-at-law, cor Fourth 

and Mendocino 
Joost & Metzger, brewery 
Jud Christian, bootmaker, 63 Fourth 
Justice & Nash, milliners, 154 Fourth 
Keene J M, boots and shoes, 219 Fourth 
Keim B F, wood and coal 
Kessing & Tupper, genl mdse, 19 Main 
Kohle August, liquors, 11 Exchange ave 
Korbel F «fe Bros, lumber, cor Fourth and 
Wilson 

KURLANDER J, Cigars and tobac- 
co; cigar manufacturer, 183 Fourth 
Label H, varieties, 181 Fourth 
Laucks A H, liquors 
Laughlin A D, notary public 
Liebman & Co, drygoods, etc, ws plaza 
Lyford W G, liquors, cor Third and Main 
Maede A, bootmaker, 191 Fourth 
Magoon H K, real estate agent, 195 Fourth 
31 A It K GEORGG H, Proprietor 

Santa Rosa "Times" 
Matern F, grocer, 189 Fourth 
Matthews D C W, fruits and vegetables, 

175 Fourth 
McAnally — , physician, Fourth, nr P O 
McClellan H G, civil engineer 
McConnell Wm E, atty-at-law, Courthse 
MctOY & FLETCHER, Imperish- 
able Mixed Paints, Mendocino, near 
Fifth 

McEnery Miss K, milliner, 150 Fourth 
9Ic€!EE J II, Attorney-at-law and Jus- 
tice of the Peace, Overton blk, room 4 
McMcans Alex C, County Supt of Schools 
Mead W H, constable, 47 Mendocino-st 
Metzger H, liquors 

Miller J I), carpenter and builder, cor 
First and Main 

Miller T B, hay and feed, north of Chris- 
tian College 

MILT/ & SWART, Photographers, 
180 Fourth 



Mitchell J H, wagonmaker, 7 Main 

MollerH, liquors, 206 Fourth 

Morris J W, fruit and confectionery, 

Third, opp plaza 
Morrison Bros, gen mdse,4 & 5 Ridgway blk 
Morrow Bros, stoves, tinware & plumbers, 

193 Fourth 
Moxon W H, cigars and tobacco, cor Sec- 
ond and Main 
Murphy Bros, lumber, Fourth 
NAGEE F G; Notary Public and 
Searcher Records, room 2, 188 Fourth 
Neece & Pooler, proprietors Grand hotel 
Nilson P F, watchmaker and jeweler, 6 

Ridgway block 
Nowlin & Stoddard, proprs Empire mills 
OCCIDENTAL HOTEE, G A Tup- 
per proprietor, cor Fourth and B 
O'Rear W, grocer, cor Fifth & Mendocino 
Overton A P, president Savings Bank of 

Santa Rosa, ws plaza 
Partridge C, proprietor Sonoma house 
Peery T E, clothing, 221 Fourth 
Petit A P, architect and builder 
Phillips & Martin, bootmakers, Fourth 
Piper G S, barber, Third 
Porter William W, attorney-at-law 
Powers D P, livery stable, cor Mendocino 
and Fifth 

PRESSLEY J G, Attorney-at-law and 
County Judge, chambers, Courthouse 

Proctor & Mathews, real estate agts, Fourth 

Reed W C, druggist, Fourth 

Riley, Hardin & Farmer, general mer- 
chandise, cor Ridgway aye and Third 

Ringo S A, grocer, 221 Fourth 

Rising Miss C A, dressmaker, Fourth 

RONEY «fc PRINCE, Wholesale 
liquors, 184 Fourth 

Royal & Wood, saddlers, 37 Fourth 

Rupe D C, constable and collector, Over- 
ton block, room 4 

Sacry & Hayes, genl mdse, 216 Third 

Santa Rosa Bank, E T Farmer president; 
C G Ames cashier, ws plaza 

Santa Rosa Business Men's Union, T L 
Thompson prest; D C Gunn secy; 
Odd Fellow r s' building 

SANTA ROSA TIMES, George H 
Marr ed & propr, 191 Fourth, up stairs 

Santa Rosa Wine Co 

Savage G N, auction & commn, 217 Fourth 
Savings Bank of Santa Rosa, A P Overton 

prest; F G Hahman cashr, ws plaza 
Schmidt C H, barber, 45 Fourth 
Seegelken & Bro, grocers, Fourth & Wilson 
Shane A, grocer, Third, opp plaza 
SHANNON A G, Attorney-at-law and 

Deputy Dist Attorney, 47 Mendocino-st 
Sill VELY W R,Drygoods,223 Fourth 
Shulte H F, foundry 

Smith & Zulzke, blksmth, cor Main & First 
Smith John K, carriagemkr,42 &43 Fourth 
Smith R P, druggist and physician; sta- 
tionery, cor Fourth and B 



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Smith T W, genl mdse, 170 Fourth 
SO NOM A DEMOCRAT (Daily and 
Weekly), Thos L Thompson proprie- 
tor. 12 Exchange avenue 
Sparks George, County Assessor 
STANLEY, NEB LETT <fc CO, 

Hardware, cor Third and Main 
S T It I < KM AH F, Proprietor Ameri- 
can Exchange 
Temple Rufus A, notary and postmaster 
Tt rry W, liquors 
Thompson C H, physician, 21 B 
THOMPSON THOMAS L, Pro- 
prietor Sonoma "Democrat" 
Tupper G A, propr Occidental hotel 
Yolk W J. confectioner, 171 Fourth 
Wadsworth Mrs L, boarding, 9 Third 
Ware A B, atty-at-law, Overton block 
Weinsfe in M, tailor, 185 Fourth 
W. lk r S. blacksmith, Mendocino, nr Fifth 
Weft Philip, Bodego house, Main 
Western Union Telegraph Co, J Doychert 

agent, 21 Main 
Whallon A Br»>wn, attys-at law, Fourth 
Whipple E L, attorney-at-law 
Whits A At kins, liquors, cor Sec and Main 
Willey J N, dentist, Masonic building 
William^ A Wri-jht, liquors, 187 Fourth 
Wise A Goldiish, genl mdse, 23 Main 
Wise M, liquors, Exchange avenue 
Wood John B, County Surveyor 
Wright JoMpk, Sheriff and Tax Collector 
Wright J G A Bro, cigars A tobacco, 

187 Fourth 
Young B S. physician, Gray's building 



Stockton. 

SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY, 

The county seat of San Joaquin county, 
is situated at the head of a slough of San 
Joaquin river. The surrounding country 
is very fertile, and contributory to its in- 
terests are large mining districts. The 
('< ntral Pacific railroad passes through the 
town, thus connecting it with all places of 
importance in the United States. The city 
is supplied with water by an artesian well 
1,002 feet deep. The 8tate Insane Asylum 
is situated in this place. The town is in a 
very prosperous condition, and has a popu- 
lation of 13,000. It is 92 miles from San 
Francisco. 

A BR I Tf SKY M L, Real estate agt, 
173 Main 

ACADEMY OF ST AGNES, Sr 

M Raymonda, San Joquin, bet Scott's 

ave A Taylor (for adv see index) 
ADAMS JOS F, Liquors, cor San 

Joaquin A Weber avenue 
Adams Samuel, blacksmith, 271 Main 
A OF It % FT \V C, Tailor, cor Channel 

and El Dorado 



ALECiRETI G, Groceries A provisions, 

cor Washington and Centre 
Allen E H, City Assessor, Courthouse 
ANA YA FRANK, Barber, Main, bet 

Sutter and California 
Anderson N, restaurant, 174 Main 
ANDREWS J H, Saddle, harness and 

collarmaker, 210 Centre 
Andriot P B, lodgings, cor Sutter A Main 
Arnold Fred, boots and shoes, cor Main A 

El Dorado 

ATKINSON A CLARKE, Princi- 
pals Stockton Business College, Mac- 

Kee's bldg 
At A Pac Tel Co, R M Talbot, agt 
Aust John G, blacksmith A wagonmaker, 

Cal, bet Main and Market 
Austin Bros, hardware, Hunter, nr Main 
Avenue House, Henry Schroder, propr, 298 

Weber avenue 
Bachmann Conrad, blacksmith A wagon- 
maker, cor Channel and American 
RADGER RROTHERS, Paints, 

oils, glass and wallpaper, 200 Main 
RAGGS J K, Secretary H C Shaw 

Plow Co, 201 and 203 El Dorado 
RAGGS IV M .11, Storage and grain 

dealer, 162 Levee 
Baker M D, real estate and insurance agt, 

183 Hunter 
Baldwin F T, atty-at-law, 222 Main 
Baldwin Herbert, books A stay, 204 Main 
RALTIIIS JOHN A, Horseshoer A 

blacksmith, cor San Joaquin A Sutter 
RANK OF STOCKTON, George W 

Kidd, Prest; T W Newell, Cashier, 

cor Main and Centre 
BARNEY J H A CO, Commission 

merchant and grain, 182 Centre 
Barricklo Mrs D D, millinery, cor Cal A 

Weber avenue 
Barstow Joshua, blacksmith, Cal nr Park 
Basilio L, groceries and liquors, cor Hun- 
ter and Market 
HATCH ELDER R P, Photographer, 

183 El Dorado-st 
Beasley Chas, architect, Hook's bldg 
REHR1I ANN A It A AR, Proprs 

What Cheer House, Levee, bet Centre 

and El Dorado-st 
RE II It NS C, Crockery and glassware, 

silver plated goods, lamps, cutlery, 

wood and willowware, 174 El Dorado 
Belden A Morris, livery stable, Centre, opp 

Weber house 
Belding Charles, sodawater manuf, cor 

San Joaquin and Weber avenue 
REEDING W J, Dry and fancygoods, 

180 El Dorado-st 
RERDINE D H, Steam, book and job 

printer, 221 Main 
Beswick Frank, livery stable, cor Washn 

and Centre 
RIANCHI A, Bakery, Hunter, bet 

Market and Washington 



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Bigger J E G, carpenter and builder, cor 

Market and Sutter 
BIRCH T W, Carpenter and sawfiler, 

Weber ave, cor California and Sutter 
Black & Bro, groceries and provisions, cor 

Centre and Main 
BLAIR Miss X J, Dressmkr, Hook's 

bldg 

Blair T L, bakery, Main, bet American & 

Stanislaus 
Blake A N, undertaker, 212 Hunter 
Block E, auction store, 271 Main 
Blumberg M, tailor, 226 Main 
BOCA «fc WILLOWS, Beer depot, 

Habel & Mager agents, Hunter, bet 

Main and Market 
BOERKER t HAS A BRO,Proprs 

San Joaquin Brewery, cor American 

and Weber avenue 
BOISSELIER II G, Groceries, pro- 
visions and liquors, 174 El Dorado-st 
Boiso Joseph, groceries, cor Church and 

Centre 

Bond M H, undertaker, 295 & 299 Weber 
avenue 

Booker S A, District Judge, Courthouse 
Boscher E H, druggist, 169 Main 
Bostwick I S, grain dealer, Centre, bet 

Main and Levee 
Bours B W, eashier The San Joaquin Val- 
ley Bank, Centre, bet Main & Levee 
BOWEN NBA CO, Blacksmiths & 
manufrs agricultural implts, 154 Main 
Brandt J A, wagonmaker, Cal, nr Park 
Briedenbach Joseph, liquors, 15 Bridge 
Brown & Co, produce and grain merchants, 
178 Levee 

Brown Ceo A, notary public, Courthouse 

Brown James, carpenter and builder, Cal, 
bet Main and Market 

BROWN P T, Plumber and gasfitter 
and engineer water works, 202 Hunter 

Brown W T, physician State Insane Asylum 

BROWNING WM, Fruits and veget- 
ables, 190 Levee 

BRUTSCHY CHAS, Liquors, cor 
Channel and Hunter 

BUCKLEY W S, County Judge and 
attorneys-at-law, 224 Main 

BVDD JAMES H, U S Commis- 
sioner; attorney-at-law, 224 Main 

BVDD JOHN E, Attorney-at-law and 
Notary, 224 Main 

BUM) JOSEPH H A SONS, 
Attorney-at-law, 224 Main 

Burge S S, secry Grangers' Union, 280 & 
282 Main 

BURNS JOHN, Horseshoer and 
blacksmith, 231 Centre 

BYERS A ELLIOTT, Attorneys- 
at-law, 224 Main 

BYERS JOHN C, Attorney-at-law, 
224 Main 

Cadien & Bagley, clothing and furnishing 
goods, 252 Main 



Caine John, propr Globe Iron Works, cor 

Commerce and Main 
Caldwell Mrs M E, dressmaker, Main bet 

American and Stanislaus 
Caro Gulio. plasterer, cor Channel and El 

Dorado 

Carr C M, agt Singer Manufacturing Co, 
17 Main 

CAVIS JOSEPH M, Attorney-at- 
law and Postmaster, Hook's bldg 

CENTRAL HOTEL, J Henderson 
proprietor, cor California & Channel 

Chalmers Bros, staple drygoods, 178 El 
Dorado 

Chesrown Miss MA, dressmaker, 190 Main 
Chicard & Gardner, draymen, Centre bet 

Levee and Main 
Choate & McCurdy, druggists, cor Sutter 

and Main 

Christian Chas, blacksmith, Market bet 
San Joaquin and Hunter 

Christian W, merchant tailor, 181 Main 

Clark & Boucher, blacksmiths, cor Ameri- 
can and Main 

CLAYES A LYON, Collectors; real 
estate and insurance agents, 203 Main 

Cohn A D, clothing, 214 Centre 

COLE JAMES, Proprietor Yosemite 
house, Main bet San Joaq and Sutter 

Cole & Marble, groceries and provisions, 
272 Main 

Collier J W, publisher "Yalley News- 
paper," 224 Main 

COLUMBIA HOUSE, A Lutz, Pro- 
prietor, cor Channel and San Joaquin 

COMMERCIAL HOTEL, Fred C 
Hahn proprietor, 273 to 279 Main 

COMMERCIAL RECORD, weekly, 
Henry Eshbach, publisher, 183 El Do- 
rado 

Compton H T, notary, 224 Main 

Condit J H & Co, hardware and agricul- 
tural implements, Hunter and Main 

Connell John, horseshoer, San Joaquin bet 
Main and Market 

Coots Charles, cutler, Main bet San Joa- 
quin and California 

CPRK Depot, Sacramento bet Market & 
Washington 

CORCORAN A BYAS, Groceries, 
and liquors, 238 Main 

Cornwall Arthur, coal dealer, cor Chan- 
nel and El Dorado 

County Jail, Market bet San Joaquin and 
Hunter 

Courthouse, bet Huuter and San Joaquin 
Main and Weber avenue 

Couturier Joseph, hairdresser, cor Weber 
avenue and California 

Crawford T A, commission merhant and 
agt Cal Steam Nav Co, 162 Levee 

CROSS LESTER E, Physician, P O 
bldg; res Miners av bet Grant & Stanls 

Crow, Smith & Sposati, proprietors Stock- 
ton City R R, 318 Main 



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Cunningham Thos, Sheriff. Courthouse 

Curtis C W, freight agent C P R R 

CURTIS IV G, Superintendent Stock- 
Ion, Copperopolis <fc Visalia R R, cor 
Centre and Levee 

C'l TTING L -H, Real estate and in- 
surance agent; notary public, cor 
Channel and Bridge 

Darcv A Wilson, liquors, 177 El Dorado 

DAVEMPORT A C, Dentist, 211 
Centre If < J ** % T \\ 

Davis J S, carpenter and builder, Com- 
merce bet Main and Levee 

Dawson Horace, livery stable, Weber ave 
bol San Joaiiuin and Sutter 

DeBlainvilK L, hides and tallow, cor Wash- 
ington and Sutter 

DeBlainville Mrs Marie, groceries, cor 
Washington and American 

DeLauo k Douglass, barbers, Yosemite 
house 

DKVOIL II II, Notary public, real 
estate and insurance agent, 202 Main 

Devoll Mrs M A A Co, millinery, 18G El 
Dorado 

DKVOLL W JI, Cigars and tobacco, 

176 Main 

DIAZ V 1.1 JO, Restaurant, Hunter 
bet Market and Washington 

Doak «t Dunning, livery stable, San Joa- 
quin bet Main and Market 

I>OII It JI A N \ C II AS W, General 
insurance and real estate agent, 183 
Hunter 

l)OKIt i\( E II T, Saddlery and har- 
ness; saddleware, 185 Hunter 

Donglass John B, liquors, Yosemite house 

DO I ILLAltD FR ANK, Butcher, 
cor California and Lafayette 

Drascovich M, saloon, cor Market <fc R R 

l>K\S< OVI< II N A C O, restau- 
rant, 205 Centre 

DK KFK JOHN, Groceries and liq- 
uors, cor American and Weber ave 

DI DLEY W Mj, Attorney-at-law, Odd 
Fellows' building 

Dl \ HA It S <; S, County Superintend- 
ent Public Schools, Courthoase 

E ASTO N A, Furniture, crockery and 
house furnishing goods, cor Main and 
El Dorado 

Eckstrom Albert, barber and baths, 202 
Levee 

Eckstrom Mrs Thos, millinery, 254 Main 
ELLIOT L WESTFALL, Ho- 
rn cepathic physician, 4 and 5 McKee's 
bdg; res Park bet Commerce and Bea- 
ver 

ELLIOTT LYMAN W, Attorney- 
at-law, 224 Main 

Ellsworth and Washbourn, planing mill & 
box factory, Hunter bet Main & Mkt 

ENGELIIARDT ALBERT, Propr 
WVber house, cor Main and Centre 

England J W, fruits A varieties, 237 Main 



ERNEST C G, Stoves, tin and hard- 
ware, 256 Main 

ESHBACH HENRY, Book and job 
printer and pubr "Commercial Rec- 
ord," 183 El Dorado 

Ester Andrew, bootmaker, Weber avenue 
opposite Courthouse 

EVENING HERALD, Daily and 
weekly, Preston & Bell pubrs, Hunter 
bet Main and Market 

Fairbrother G H, clothing and drygoods, 
239 Main 

FAIRBROTHER GEORGE W, 

Physician, 10 Hook's building 

FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE 
UNION, A C Paulsell Prest; I R 
"Wilbur Secv. cor Commerce & Levee 

FARRINGTON, HYATT A CO, 
Proprs Stockton Iron Works, 181 Cal 

Fee Patrick, livery stable, Weber avenue, 
bet American and California 

Feel ey John, bootmaker, 204 Levee 

Ferguson John, tailor, 213 Centre 

Fickett & Burton, dentists, cor Main and 
El Dorado 

FIRST NATIONAL GOLD 
BANK, Frank Stewart Prest; H H 
Hewlett Cashr, cor Main and Hunter 

Fleishman M, cigars & tobacco, 182 Main 

Forbes *Charles M, agent Howe sewing 
machine, 179 Main 

FORD BROS, Warsaw livery and 
feed stable, 225 Centre 

Foster & Devine, liquors, 198 Levee 

FOWLE A ELSOJI, Manufacturers 
brooms, cor Market and San Joaquin 

FOWLER A WOODSON, Liq- 
uors, 279 Main 

FRANKENHEOIER B, Clothing 
and furnishing goods, 208 Main 

Fraser P B, notary, cor Main and Hunter 

GALGIANI VINCENT, Fruits, 
vegetables & fish, 188 Levee, & propr 
Grand hotel, cor Centre and Levee 

Gall A, bakery, 17G El Dorado 

GALL A JEFFERSON, Bakery, 
Market, bet San Joaquin and Hunter 

Garvin & Nunan, news, books and station- 
ery, cor Sutter and Main 

Gawne John, prest Stockton Warehouse 
Co, cor Sonora and Commerce 

Gebhard Benjamin, liquors, cor Hunter 
and Weber avenue 

Gem Gold and S M Co, H H Devoll secy, 
202 Main 

GEN LIT J H, Photographer, cor San 

Joaquin and Main 
George Thos D, agt W U Tel Co, 203 Main 
Gerlach & Daggett, butchers, cor Sutter 

and Main 

Gerlach Louis, butcher, 174 El Dorado 
Ghigliazza G & Bro, groceries, cor San 

Joaquin and Lafayette 
Gianilli Bernardo, groceries, California, 

bet Lindsay and Fremont 



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Gibson Mrs C, millinery and fancy goods, 
187 El Dorado 

GIBSON WILLIAM M, Attorney- 
at-law and Notary, Odd Fellows' bdg 

Gillingham Chas A, agt W, F& Co, 182 Mn 

GIVANOVICH «fc CilMBEL, Cos- 
mopolitan restaurant, 183 El Dorado 

Globe Iron Works, John Caine, propr, cor 
Commerce and Main 

GRAND HOTEL, Lodging, Vincent 
Galgiani, propr, Centre, bet Levee & 
Main 

GRAHAM WILLIAM, Hardware 
and tools; agent Florence & White 
Sewing Machines, 200 Main 

GRANGER'S UNION OF S J 
VALLEY, A Wolf, Prest; S S 
Bnrge, Secy; dealers in grain and ag- 
ricultural implts, cor Levee and Com- 
merce, and 280 Main 

Grasberger & Simon, saloon, Hunter, bet 
Channel and Weber avenue 

Greenblatt M & Co, groceries, cor Main & 
Sutter 

Grimm John Franklin, barber, Weber ave, 

bet San Joaquin and Sutter 
Grissim Harry, liquors, cor Main and 

Hunter 

GROSS A GREENWOOD, But- 
chers, 207 Centre 

GUM PERT E, Cigars and tobacco, 
22G Main 

GUNSKYCHAS, County Becorder, 

Courthouse 
HAAS CHAS, Watchmaker & jeweler, 

185 El Dorado-st 
Haas Chas J & Co, watches and jewelry, 

204 Main 

HAAS H O, Cigars & tobacco, 192 Main 

HAHN FRED C, Propr Commercial 
hotel and saloon, 273 and 279 Main 

Hall H E, atty-at-law, 222 Main 

Hall J E, manuf gloves, Weber avenue, 
opp Courthouse 

Hall John B, atty-at-law, P O bldg 

HAMMOND, MOORE A YARD- 
LEY, Groceries, provisions, lime, 
hardware, boots and shoes, Weber av, 
opp Courthouse 

Hampton & Starkey, grocers & butchers, 
cor Centre and Lafayette 

Hansel <fc Truscott, carriage mannfs, Hun- 
ter, adjoining Baptist church 

Hansell & Wollner, groceries, cor Hunter 
and Channel 

HARRIS HENRY, junk store and 
general merchandise, 154 Hunter 

Harrison Jos F, prest The San Joaquin 
Val Bank, Centre, bet Main & Levee 

HART * THRIFT, Groceries and 
provisions, cor Weber ave and Sutter 

Haskins James C, carpenter, Centre, bet 
Washington and Lafayette 

HA TO II F S, Horseshoer and black- 
smith, Weber av, bet Cal & Sutter 



Hathaway S A, drayman, 160 Levee 

H C SHAW PLOW CO, H C Shaw, 

Prest, hardware, agricultural implts 

and wagons, 201 and 203 El Dorado-st 
HEBEL «fc MAGER, Liquors, Hun- 
ter, bet Main and Market 
Hedges & Buck, groceries and liquors, cor 

San Joaquin and Main 
Hirmann Geo H, blacksmith, Weber ave 
Heinz Joseph, furniture, 202 Main 
II ELM RICH MAX, Liquors and 

provisions, cor California and Main 
HENDERSON C U, Ticket agent C 

PEK. res Yosemite house 
HENDERSON J, Proprietor Central 

hotel, cor California and Channel 
Henderson M P, blacksmith & wagonmkr, 

cor California and Weber avenue 
Henderson R N, dentist, McKee's bldg 
HERSEY THOMAS E, Boot and 

shoemaker, and dealer, 257 Main 
HESS HENRY, Dyer, NE cor Main 

and American 
Hewlett H H, cashier First Nat Gold bank, 

cor Main and Hunter 
Heyers Wm, barber, 175 El Dorado-st 
HICKINBOTHAM J T, Dealer in 

wagon and carriage lumber, 271 Main 
Hickman E, drygoods and carpets, 206* 

Main 

HICKMAN L M,Hardware and guns, 
stoves and tinware, 183 Main 

Hickman Wm M, druggist, 212 Main 

Higgins & Loomis, agent Wheeler & Wil- 
son S M Co, 171 Main 

Hilke N C, saddle and harnessmaker, 274 
Main 

Himes Mrs M J, dressmaker, 190 Main 
HOGAN HOWARD H,Attorney-at- 

law, Odd Fellow's bdg 

HOGAN J M, Attorney-at-law and No- 
tary Public, Odd Fellow's bldg 

Hoisholt Bros, watchmakers, jewelers & 
engravers, 171 El Dorado-st 

HOLD EN E S, Druggist, cor Main & 
El Dorado 

Hood E E, atty-at-law, Odd Fellow's bldg 
Hook's Bldg, cor San Joaquin and Main 
Hopkins Mrs C, dressmaker, 173 Main 
HOPKINS DEVEREUX, Police 
Judge and Justice of the Peace, Odd 
Fellow's bldg 
Hopkins Walter L, attorney-at-law, Odd 

Fellow's bldg 
Hosmer J A, attorney-at-law and district 

attornev, Odd Fellow's bldg 
HOC CHE JOHN B, General mer- 
chandise and furniture, cor Centre & 
Main 

HOWES R N, Blacksmith and manuf 
agricultural implements, Market, bet 
Centre and El Dorado 

Huber C F, gunsmith and blacksmith, 175 
El Dorado-st 

Hudson A T, physician, Main 



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HUFFMAN D H, Attorney-at-law, 
224 Main 

Hurrell W A, fruits and varieties, 203 
Centre 

Inglis William, bakery, 222 Centre 
Isaacs A Brother, barbers and baths, 226 
Main 

JACKSON J A, Veterinary stable, 226 
( > ntre 

JA< KSO\ JOHN, hardware, pioves, 

tinware, and money broker, 197 Main 
JAKYIS A WILDER. Manufactur- 

tri raw hide chairs, Main, betCal and 

American 
Johnson H, restaurant, 269 Main 
Jontw A Overton, liquors, cor Market and 

Centre 

Katitz John, boots and shoes, 188 ElDora- 
do-at 

Kaiser M L. liquors, 179 Hunter 

k AISKK S, Manufacturer and dealer 

in boots and shoes, cor Hunter and 

Weber avenue 
Karski G, tailor, 267 Main 
K> eler W H, watchm^A jeweler, 249 Main 
Kel-ey J M, prest Stockton Savings and 

Loan Society, cor Main and Hunter 
K E M N E 1> V A M I li E KK, 1 >< al< i s 

in furniture, iron, brass, bags and 

junk, 23G Main 
Kennedy Thomas, restaurant and boarding, 

178 Levee 

KENYON «t II AIM S. Livery, sale 
and feed stable, Main, bet Sutter and 
California 

Kidd Geo W, president Bank of Stockton, 

cor Main and Centre 
KII>1> JAMES E, House and sign 

painter, 228 El Dorado 
Kile .t Coih feed stable, cor Channel and 

American 

KINDEBHANI GISTAV, 

Liquors, cor Weber avenue and Sutter 

Kirkpatrick J M, barley mill, grain and 
feed, ror Market and Hunter 

KOEKKRC* A. Cigars and tobacco, 
cor Hunter and Weber avenue 

Kolberg B F., collector, cor Hunter and 
Weber avenue 

Kolman W B, clothing and furnishing 
goods, 224 Main 

Kraft H, groceries and liquors, cor Stan- 
islaus and Park 

Kraft H A Co, liquors, Levee, bet El Do- 
rado and Centre 

Kubn A Lecher, cigars and tobacco manu- 
facturess, 243 Main 

Kullman, Wagner A C, tannery, cor Oak 
and El Dorado 

E AMRART FRED, Bootmaker, 187 
El Dorado 

EA.\E R R. Proprietor flouring mills, 
Webber ave, bet San Joaquin A Sutter 

LAHGDON A C LAKK, Physicians, 
cor Main and Hunter 



Langdon W R, physician, State Insane 
Asylum, 

Langmack Henry, watchm, 191 El Dorado 
Lastretto N, groceries, cor San Joaquin 

and Washington 
Lee S H, fancy goods, 186 El Dorado 
Lebender L, liquors, 184 Levee 
Lee Wm W, barber, 189 El Dorado 
Lertora Peter, groceries, cor Aurora and 

Washington 
LESHER BROTHERS, Liquors, 

175 Hunter 
Levy Chas, cigars, and tobacco, Yosemite 

house 

Levy T I, poultry, 180 Levee 
Lewis D J, butcher, cor Church and Cal 
Lieginger H, boots and shoes, 207 Main 
EISSENDEN O «& CO, Proprietors 
Pacific Agricultural Works, cor Cali- 
fornia and Lafayette 
Little A Riordan, saddlery and harness, 
189 Main 

Little T B A Son, saddle, collar and har- 
n ess maker, cor Ceniral A Washington 
Littlehale James, cashier Stockton Savings 
and Loan Society, cor Main A Himter 
EOCIIHEAD A F, Produce and 

com merchant, cor Centre A Levee 
Lothrop A Noble, hatters, 241 Main 
LOITTIT JAMES A, Attorney-at- 
law and City Atty, Odd Fellows' bldg 
Lovewell S J, photographer, 200 Main 
Lusignan T, bootmaker, cor Main and 

El Dorado 
Lutge A Gross, confectnry, 179 El Dorado 
LUTZ A, Proprietor Columbia house, 

cor Channel and San Joaquin 
Macready Henry, liquors, cor Sutter A Mn 
Magee Mrs J S, dressmaker, 254 Market 
Magner Max, liquors, cor El Dorado A Mn 
Maguire A, tailor, 17 Channel 
Maguire W E, liquors, cor Centre A Markt 
M;tUon Thomas C, city collector, Courthse 
Marks Harris, merchant tailor, 250 Main 
Marks A Isaacs, clothing, 196 Levee 
Marks M, cigars and tobacco, cor Levee 

and El Dorado 
Marks M, merchant tailor, 203 Main 
Marsters E J, agricultural implement 

maker, cor California and Sonora 
Martin Mrs J A, dressmaker, 183 Main 
MATHEWS H O, Wholesale and re- 
tail liquors, 189 Centre 
MATTESON A WILLIAMSON, 
Manufacturers agricultural imple- 
ments, cor Main and California 
Mattich Otavio, blacksmith, Hunter, bet 

Market and Washington 
McCarthy James M, notary public and 

real estate agent, 210 Main 
McCARTY J R, Groceries and liq- 
uors, cor Church and California 
McCormick M, bootmaker, 276 Main 
McCRIEEIS «fc MOUNT, Liquors, 
230 Main 



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McGuffick William, boilerm alter, Main, 

bet Centre and Commerce 
McHENRY R A «fc BRO, Marble 

works, 295 Main 
McKee & Southworth, general merchan- 
dise, cor Main and Hunter 
McKee' s Building, cor Main and Hunter 
McKenzie Geo A, register U S Land Office, 

Odd Fellows's building 
McKEKZIE Miss LAURA Y, 

Glove manufacturer, Hunter, over P O 
McKinne B, attorney-at-law, cor Main 

and San Joaquin 
McStay Geo E, atty-at-law, McKee's bldg 
Meader D A, Int Rev dep coll and ins 

agent, 222 Main 
Melone G W, genl mdse, 181 Hunter 
Mengel Peter, boots and shoes, 181 Main 
MERSFELDER L, Bakery, Channel, 

bet Hunter and San Joaquin 
MESEROLL J M, Dentist, Hunter, 

over postoffice 
Miesell Fred, barber, 188 Main 
MI ECO G N, Fruits and varieties, 173 

Hunter 

Milco John, fruits, varieties, toys, etc, 
195 Main 

MI ECO NIC© LA «V CO, Fruits, 

varieties, and toys, 205 Main 
MIEEER WILLIAM F, Carriage 

manufacturer and blacksmith, cor 

Channel and California 
MILLS JAMES T, Stoves, tin and 

hardware, 198 Main 
MIRES R G, Liquors, 158 Levee 
MONTGOMERY W S, Attorney-at- 
law and Notary, Odd Fellows' bldg 
MOORE & GAWNE, Lumber and 

building materials, cor Sonora and 

Commerce 

Morrissey James A, oollector and notary, 
Main, bet San Joaquin and Hunter 

Morris H & Co, groceries and poultry, 
278 Main 

Moss & Darcy, liquors and lodgings, 204 
Levee 

MOWBRAY J L, Justice of the 

Peace, 224 Main 
Mozart Hall, cor Sutter and Main 
Munter Augustus, atty-at-law, 222 Main 
Murphy C L, Chief of Police, cor Main 

and El Dorado 
MUST© P, Groceries and produce; 

liquors, cor El Dorado and Market 
Myrick R L, agt Stockton, Copperopolis 

and Visalia RR, cor Levee and Centre 
Nathan H, collector, 183 Hunter 
Newell T W, cashier Bank of Stockton, 

cor Main and Centre 
NICHOLS GEORGE, Restaurant, 

Hunter, bet Market and Washington 
NIESTRATH Mrs PHILLIP, 

Brewery and liquors, cor Levee & Elk 
Noble Lewis B, atty-at-law, Hook's bldg 
Nye S T, land agent, 222 Main 



O'Brien J H, wholesale liquors, 222 Main 

Odd Fellows' Building, cor Main & Hunter 

ORR N M, Publisher Stockton "Inde- 
pendent," cor El Dorado and Levee 

Oullahan & Co, wholesale & retail liquors, 
177, 234 & 255 Main & cor Markt & Sac 

©WENS A MOORE, General mer- 
chandise and commission merchants, 
cor Main and Centre 

PACIFIC AGRICULTURAL 
WORKS, G Lissenden & Co proprs, 
(manfrs agricultural implements) , cor 
California and Lafayette 

PACIFIC C©AST GALLERY, 
J H Genuit photographer, coir San 
Joaquin and Main 

Padilla Louis, barber, 173 Main * 

Parker R B & Co, groceries, Hunter, bet 
Main and Market 

Paterson A Van R, atty-at-law, McKee's bldg 

Paterson & McStay, attorneys-at-law, Mc- 
Kee's building 

Paulsell A C, prest Farmers' Co-operative 
Union, cor Commerce and Levee 

Peckler Mrs Caroline, bakery, cor Cali- 
fornia and Weber avenue 

PERI A, Fruits, vegetables and fish, 
182 Levee 

PERRIN ©TIS, Receiver U S Land 

Office, Odd Fellows' building 
Perry George, constable, 224 Main 
Peters J D, grain buyer, 154 Levee 
Peyser Samuel, tailor, Main, bet Sutter 

and California 
PEYTON «& HOLMES, Liquors, 
228 Main 

PIONEER CRACKER BAK- 
ERY, Gall & Jefferson proprs, Mar- 
ket, bet San Joaquin and Hunter 

Pixley W B, druggist, 178 Main 

PLEMER W P, Stair builder, Com- 
merce, bet Main and Levee 

POST©FFICE, J M Cavis postmas- 
ter, 177 Hunter 

Prato D, bootmaker, Hunter 

PRESTON BELL, Publishers 

"Daily Evening Herald," Hunter, 
bet Main and Market 

Ralph C R, County Assessor, Courthouse 

Raphael Julius, clothing, 187 Main 

Reid Robert K, physician, cor Main and 
El Dorado 

Rhodes Alonzo, notary public; real estate 
and insurance agent, 237 Main 

RILEY JAMES, Saloon, cor Weber 
avenue and Sutter 

Ring C B, auctioneer, 264 Main 

Rivara & Canale, groceries, Hunter 

Robb & McCall, books and stationery, 
184 El Dorado 

Roberts E R, marbleworks, cor Sutter and 
Weber avenue 

Robinson Mrs C, midwife, 152 Sonora 

ROGERS B F, Ice, coal and wood, 
(Pacific Ice Depot), 206 El Dorado 



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Holland A, liquors, depot 
Rosenbauni D S, clothing, cor San Joaquin 
and Main 

Ross A J. butcher, cor Fremont and Cal 
KOSSI A, Mnfr and dealer in California 

wines, brandies and vinegar, 150 Main 
Rothenbush D, propr El Dorado Brewery, 

cor Stanislaus and Oak 
Rowe Robert, stoves, tin and hardware, cor 

Sutter and Main 
Rnggles Chas A, physician, McKee's bldg 
Rl HE I Itl I) A. Btoyea, tinware and 

pumps, 183 Hunter 
Sanguinetti S, boarding, Centre, bet 

Washington and Market 
IAH JOAQUIN BREWERY, 

Charles Burner & Bro, proprietors, 

cor American and Weber avenue 
SAN JOAQUIN HOTEL, H E 

Stoetzer, propr, cor San Joaquin and 

Weber avenue 
San Joaquin Valley, District Agricultural 

Society, H W Weaver, secy Odd Fel- 
lows bldg 

Sargent H S, paints, oils and groceries, 
Hunter, bet Main and Levee 

SAWYER I M, Manufacturer furni- 
ture and upholstery, cor Stanislaus & 
Main 

S( AI KKA VDI A FRANCISCO- 

VICH lUstaurant, 200 Levee 
Schmeider A Holman, proprs U S hotel, 

cor Centre and Market 
Schmitt P, groceries and butcher shop, 

cor Main and Grand 
Schneider & Dolau, blacksmiths, 305 

Weber avenue 
Schrack Mrs S R. hairworker, 292 Main 
Schroder Henry, propr Avenue house, 298 

Weber avenue 
S< II I 114 II |\ Fruits and varieties, 

cigars aud tobacco, 172 El Dorado-st 
IEDOEWICH CI I AS, butcher, 186 

Levee 

SEIENACHT V A CO, Bootmakers, 

173 El Dorado-st 
Sellman L, laundry, 184 Grant 
SEVER Y MOSES. Beal estate, fire 

and life iris agent and collector, 198 

Main 

Shaver J P, liquors, 272 Main 

SHAW II C, President Plow Co, 201 & 

203 El Dorado-st 
SII KPIIERO O C A RROTIIER, 

Groceries and provisions, cor Market and 

Centre V \ 
SII I KTLEFF C; A (MD),Supt 

State Insane Asylum 
Sievers F, butcher, cor Hunter & Channel 
Simpson A Gray, lumber, Levee 
Singer Mfg Co, C M Carr, agent, 175 Main 
SMAEE C M, Liquors, Centre, bet 

Levee and Main 
SMITH A CO, Lisbon meat market, 

cor San Joaquin and Lafayette 



SMITH ERA CO, Dealer in poultry, 
eggs and game, cor Levee & Centre 

Smith J W, grainbuyer, cor Levee & Cen- 
tre 

Snider W N, fruits, cigars and tobacco, 
cor Weber avenue and Stanislaus 

Southerland J H, marble works, Main, 
bet American and Stanislaus 

SPERRY A CO, Com mchts and pro- 
prietors Stockton City Flouring Mills, 
cor Levee and Beaver 

Spooner J Pitcher, photographer, 171 and 
175 Main 

Sposati X, physician, cor Main & Centre 

SPRAGUE Z, gunsmith and machi- 
nist. Main, bet Commerce and Centre 

STAMPER M A I, Clothing and fur- 
nishing goods, 210 Main 

STATE INSANE ASYEUM, GA 
Shurtleff Supt, bet Park and North 
(from California to Sacramento) en- 
trance Park st 

Steiny Julius, City clerk, Courthouse 

Stewart Frank, prest First National Gold 
bank, cor Main and Hunter 

Stewart Wm R, bootmaker, 254 Main 

STOCKTON RROOM FAC- 
TORY,. Fowle & Elsom proprs, cor 
Market and San Joaquin 

STOCKTON RUSINESS COL 
LEiiE, Atkinson & Clark principals, 
McKee's building 

STOCKTON CITY FLOURING 
MI EES, Sperry & Co proprs, cor 
Levee and Beaver 

Stockton City R B, Crow, Smith & Sposati, 
318 Main 

Stockton, Copperopolis & Visalia ER,W 
G Curtis supt, cor Centre & Levee 

STOCKTON E A, Physician, 6, 7 and 
8 McKee's bldg; res, cor El Dorado 
and Miner avenue 

STOCKTON INDEPENDENT, 
Daily and weekly, N M Orr publisher, 
cor El Dorado and Levee 

STOCKTON IRON WORKS, Far- 
rington Hvatt & Co proprs, 181 Cal 

STOCKTON SAYINGS AND 
EOAN SOCIETY, J M Kelsey 
prest ; Jas Littlehale cashier, cor 
Main and Hunter 

Stockton Transportation Co, John Gawne 
prest, cor Sonora and Commerce 

Stockton Warehouse Co, John Gawne 
' prest, cor Commerce and Church 

STOCK WEEE E R, Clothing, fur- 
nishing and dry goods, 199 Main 

STODDART E, Manufacturer agri- 
cultural implements, Market, bet 
Centre and El Dorado 

STOETZER 11 E, Propr San Joaquin 
hotel, cor Weber ave & San Joaquin 

Stott A A, liquors, cor Centre and Levee 

Straus D, cigars and tobacco, cor El Do- 
rado and Levee 



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Summerville James, horseshoer, Centre, 
bet Washington and Lafayette 

Talbot R M, agt A & P Tel Co, W, F & Co 

Terry S L, attorney-at-law, cor Main and 
-San Joaquin 

Terry D S, attorney-at-law, cor Main and 
San Joaquin 

Terry, McKinne & Terry, attorney s-at-law, 
cor Main and San Joaquin 

The San Joaquin Valley Bank, Joseph F 
Harrison prest; B W Bours cashr, 
Centre, bet Main and Levee 

THRESHER M S, County Recorder; 
dealer in iron and hardware, 184 Main 

TIXKHAM II, Butcher, 206 Levee 

Todd F W, physician, res 201 San Joaquin 

Tripp R, saddles and harness, 180 Main 

U S Hotel, Schmeider & Holman proprs, 
cor Centre and Market 

U S Land Office, Odd Fellows' building 

"Valley Newspaper" (weekly), J W Col- 
lier publisher, 224 Main 

Vandenburg Mrs Anne, boarding, cor 
Weber avenue and California 

Van Vlear W H, gun and locksmith, 202 
El Dorado 

Vasquez Joseph, groceries, cor South and 
California 

VASQUES MARIANO, Barber, 
208 Levee 

Vizelich Nicholas, restaurant, 232 Main 
Wagner & Harrison, tannery, cor Sacra- 
mento and Flora 
Wagner J, butcher, cor American and 

Weber avenue 
Walker Thomas, clothing, 190 Main 
Walsh — ', bootmaker, 291 Weber avenue 
Walton J L, skating rink, cor Hunter and 
Levee 

WARSAW LIVERY STABLE, 

Ford Bros propietors, 225 Centre 
Washburn E E, drygoods, 194 & 196 Main 
Wasley John, County Clerk, Courthouse 
Waterworks, Hunter, bet Main & Market 
Way land James, cigars and tobacco; news, 

179 Hunter 
WEAVER II W, Attorney-at-law 

(land), Odd Fellows' building 
Weber & Castello, liquors, Centre, near 

Mormon slough 
WEBER CHARLES M, Real estate, 

cor Channel and Bridge alley 
WEBER E C, Tailor and dyer, 187 

El Dorado 
WEBER LODGING HOUSE, 
Albert Engelhardt propr, cor Main 
and Centre; (for adv see index) 
Webster John H, notary public. 234 Main 
WELLER GEORGE E, Boots and 

shoes, 201 Main 
WENK THOMAS B, Carriagepaint- 
er, 81 Chanl, bet San Joaquin & Sutter 
WEST GEORGE «fc CO, Wholesale 
liquors; growers and dealers Califor- 
nia wines, Hunter, bet Main & Market 



Whale C F, carpenter and builder, cor 
Channel and El Dorado 

WHAT CHEER HOUSE, Behr- 
mann & Raab proprietors, Levee, bet 
El Dorado and Centre 

White & Thomas, planing mill, California, 
bet Main and Market 

Wilbur I R, secy FarmeKs' Co-operative 
Union, cor Commerce and Levee 

WILEY Miss FRANCES, Manfr 
ladies' underwear, 187 El Dorado 

Wilhoit R E, notary public and searcher 
of records, Courthouse 

WILKES P S, Atty-at-law and No- 
tary Public; Commissioner of Deeds 
for Missouri, 224 Main 

Williams Charles, carpet weaver, Main 
near Stanislaus 

WILLIAMS — (Chinese), Phy- 
sician. 216 Centre 

WILLIAMS «fc MOORE, Drug- 
gists, 220 Main 

Williams Mrs S, millinery, 186 Main 

Winchell George, bowling alley, 228 Main 

Winn H S, varieties, 245 Main 

Wittkopf Charles, liquors, 186 Levee 

Wolf Andrew, prest Grangers' Union, cor 
Levee and Commerce 

WOODMAN J L, Bookbinder, 203 
Main 

WOOLFE LOUIS, Watchmaker and 

jeweler, 182 El Dorado 
Woolsey Wm, groceries, cor Cal and Main 
Yates L E, training stable, Aurora, bet 

Main and Market 
YOSEMITE HOUSE, James Cole 

propr, Main, bet San Joaquin and 

Sutter, (for adv see index) 



Suisun, 

SOLANO COUNTY, 

Situated on Suisun Bay, 50 miles from 
San Francisco, or 44 miles via California 
Pacific railroad. It is one mile from Fair- 
field, the county seat of Solano; supported 
by agriculture 



BANK OF SUISUN, William Wolf 

Cashier 

Barclay James A, watches and jewelry 

Breck Samuel, drygoods, clothing, hard- 
ware, groceries, etc 

Cerkel W, drygoods, clothing, groceries, 
hardware, etc 

Cohn J, drygoods, clothing, groceries, etc 

Crocker & Bartlett, liquors 

Fannon Thomas, liquors 

Ferguson E F, liquors 

Frank J & Co, drygoods, clothing, grocer- 
ies, etc 

GETTIER C P, Physician; proprie- 
tor Roberts' hotel 



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GIKKOX C A, Hairdresser and baths 
GIL. UBS PIE GEORGE A, Justice 

of the Peace, Notary Public, A collector 
GOLDEN .MARK, Carriage and sign 

HARRIS HENRY, Merchant tailor 
HATHAWAY E E, Searcher of 
records 

Henry J, blacksmith and wagonmaker 

Eilbara E E ft Co. flour mills 

HO A I E BEN J AMI Bf F, Liquors 

Hubbard H. justice of the peace 

Kennedy W T, liquors and varieties 

KenM JW, stoves and tinware 

K RAISE JOHN, Blacksmith 

Loomis C S. constable 

EOS II WILLIAM, Agent Wells, 

Fargo A Co and W U Tel Co 
McCR EE I> A CO, Fruit, vegetables 

and fish 

Miller John, bakery and liquors 
Mitchell Frank, bootmaker 
MONTGOMERY A BOW EX, 

Proprietors "Solano Republican" 
Morgenstern A Milzner, drygoods, cloth- 
ing, groceries, etc 
MORRIS W J, Saddles and harness 
PALMER S G, Books, stationery and 
woolen goods* postmaster A news agent 
Perkins E D. groceries, crockery, etc 
Pinneo Rev G D, clergyman, (Methodist) 
Pressley James F, physician and drugs 
RICE II. Pioneer market 
RICE THOMAS B, stoves and tin- 

. ware; wallpaper 
ROBBI.VS R D, President Bank of 

Snisnn: lumber dealer 
SEA BURY Mrs C A, Millinery 
SHIELDS J B, Blacksmith and horse- 
shoer 

SILYA FRANK J, Proprietor Pre- 
mium hotel 

SOLANO REPUBLICAN, Mont- 
gomery A Bowen proprietors 

Stockmon D M, druggist and stationer 

T A FT G W A CO, Livery, feed and 
sale stable, Solano \ ^ 

TRAIAOR JAMES. Carriagcmakcr 

VAXCE J M, Physician and surgeon; 
office at Vance A Tavlor's drug store 

VANCE A TAYLOR, Druggists 

"Wells James T, constable 

White A L, undertaker 

Wilson Bamerit, livery and feed stable 

WOLF WILLIAM, Cashier Bank of 
Suisnn 

WOOD A C, Saddles and harness 



Sutter Creek, 

AMADOB COUNTY, 

A prosperous mining town with a popula- 
tion of 1,500 inhabitants, 143 miles from 



San Francisco, and connected with it by 
ail and stage via Latrobe or Gait. It is 
also connected with Sacramento by stage, 
from which place it is distant 45 miles, 



Allen George, lumber 

Bawden J, groceries, provisions, picture 

frames, etc, Main 
Brignole B, general merchandise, Main 
Brinn M A Bro, general merchandise 
BROWX C Y, Physician, Main 
Bruno P, liquors, Main 
Byrd William H, barber 
Byrne James, liquors, Main 
Calloway A Nickerson, tin and hardware, 

Main 

CH. THIELE W, Bakery and saloon, 
Main 

COBLEATZ G, General merchandise 
Cook A jr, barber, Main 
Dauielewicz G, drygoods and clothing, 
Main 

Davis D T, superintendent Consolidated 

Amador Mining Company 
Dennis J, Postmr and telegraph operator 
DONOVAN Mrs C, Boarding house, 

Main 

DUDLEY A K, Proprietor American 

Exchange, Main 
Dugmovich Mrs A, boarding house and 

saloon, Main 
Dunlap A Dennis, drugs, stationery, etc, 

Main 

Fagan P, liverv stable and blacksmith 
PAGAN A SO AGE R, Undertakers, 
Main 

Fontenrose L J, liquors, Spanish 
GABBS E S, Dentist, Main 
Giles J H, physician 
Gilmore J, fruit, candies, etc, Main 
Howard F A, liquors, Main 
Hubbell W B, carpenter, Main 
HURLEY' Mrs J, Boarding house, 
Main 

Kelly A Payne, liquors, Main 
Kiefer J M, bootmaker, Main 
LITHGAW JOHN, Variety store, 
Main 

L.UTAESKY V, Watchmaker and 
jeweler, Main 

MAILS Mrs MA, Millinery and dry- 
goods, Main 

Manon S S, foundry 

MARKS GEORGE C, General mer- 
chandise, Maine 
MARTELL. L A SON, Blacksmiths 
MAXEY J B, Justice of the Peace, 
Main 

Milnes Rev C G, clergyman, (Methodist) 

Myers D, liquors, Main 

Paull R, liquors, Randolph 

Peiser J, tailor, Main 

Power Rev P, clergyman, (Catholic) 

Rabolt L, brewery 

Randolph I N, notary public; general collr 



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Rees H, superintendent Mechanics' Mining 
Company 

Saracco C, general merchandise, Main 
Sharp W, physician, Main 
Songer W J, wagonmaker 
St. Dennis P, Blacksmith 
TURNER W H, Livery stable, Main 
Vicini G B, harness and bootmaker 
Werner & Sutherland, butchers, Main 
Wildman W T, general merchandise and 
agent Wells, Fargo & Co, Main 



Truckee, 

NEVADA COUNTY, 

This enterprising town contains a popu- 
lation estimated at 1,800; is situated on 
the line of the Central Pacific railroad, 
119 miles from Sacramento city; is a great 
lumber shipping point. Here, also, the 
pleasure tourist takes the stages for Don- 
ner Lake and Lake Tahoe, the most popu- 
lar summer resorts of California. The 
Truckee river flows through the town, 
and is noted for the very fine fish that 
swim in its waters. 



Adams John, boarding, River 

ADOLPH & LEWISON, Drygoods 
and clothing; bankers, Front 

BALDWIN J W, Liquors, Bridge 

BANNER MILL A NO LUM- 
BER CO, Martin & Leach proprie- 
tors, address Boca 

BENNETT II, Liquors, Front 

Brickell B, liquors, Front 

BURCKH ALTER F & CO, Gro- 
ceries, hardware, etc; bankers and 
insurance, Front 

BURTON E, Bakery; liquors and 
lodgings; beds 25 cents, Bridge 

BUTT L O, Night watchman and 
constable 

BYRNE C F, Bookkeeper with George 

Schaffer 

CAROWELL JAMES, Proprietor 

Cardwell house, Front 
CARTER Miss ALICE, Dress- 
maker, Front 
Champion Frank, agt C P R R 
COHEN H <fc BRO, Drygoods and 

clothing, Front 
CONARO <fc SONS, Wood dealers 
CROWLEY «fc McGLASHAN, 

Attys-at-law and Notaries, Front 
Cruthers B, furniture and undertaking 
Curless William, physician 
CURLESS WILLIAM A BRO, 

Druggists, Front 
OA VIS HAMLET, Fruit, vegetables 

and groceries, Front 
DOAN J M «fc SON, Blacksmiths 

and wagonmakers, Bridge 
Durno Henry A 



OURNO W C, Wood, charcoal and 
mining timbers, Front 

OYSART (Mrs) A MORRISON 
(Miss), Millinery, Front 

EOWAROS W F, Editor and pro- 
prietor "Truckee Republican," Front 

ELLEN ELLE, Propr Truckee saw- 
mill and lumber dealer 

FALCONBRIDGE JOSEPH, 
General painter, Bridge 

Ford Thomas S, attorney-at-law 

FRITCHIE M, Mercht tailor, Bridge 

Gage H K, photographer 

Goss R J, physician 

Gray D H, agent Wells, Fargo & Co 

GRAY JOSEPH, Blacksmith and 
wagonmaker, Bridge 

GRAZER A STOLE, Brewery,Front 

GREELEY JOHN F, Postmaster; 
stationery, cigars, frames and varie- 
ties, Front 

HARRISON G W, Stationery, news, 
groceries, fruit, etc, Front 

HART DAVID, Justice of the Peace, 
Front 

HEINZ C A CO, Restaurant and 

bakery, Front 
HENRY PATRICK, Bookkeeper 

with Elle Ellen, Front 
HEPPARO GEORGE W, Painter 
Holden T J, dentist 

HUMPHREYS CHARLES W, 

Liquors and oysters, Front 
HURO W H, Liquors & oysters,Front 
IRWIN A ROSSEAU, Livery 

stable, Bridge 
JOHNSON ANDREW HYER, 

Liquors, Front 
JONES LEE, Groceries, hardware, 

crockery, etc, Front 
KEISER JOHN, Money broker.Front 
KNEEL AND JOHN, Lumber man- 
ufacturer 
Lindsay Joseph A, liquors 
MARZEN JOSEPH, Proprietor 

Truckee market, Front 
McGOWAN J, Hairdresser, Front 
McKAY STEWART, Proprietor 

American house, Bridge 
Millett John, boarding house 
Mink Paul, brewery 

MOODY JOHN F, Propr Truckee 

hotel, passenger depot 

NORRIS F C, Manager Westn Union 
Telegraph Co, Front 

Tark J D, conductor C P R R 

Paschen R D, market 

PATTERSON Mrs E C, Hair- 
dresser, Front 

Rabel Frank & Co, liquors 

REED JAMES, Carpenter & builder 

Richardson M M, director People's Ice Co 

Richmond W C, accountant 

RIDLEY JOSEPH, Jewelry and 
varieties, Front 



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ICO It I JU S II W, Manager Sisson, 

Wallace A Co, Front 
S«'H A EEER GEOROE, Lumber 

dealer and manufacturer 
SIICRIDAN P, l',«... ts A shoes. Front 
SHINN H J, Druggist and stationer, 

Front 

SISSON. WALLACE «fc CO, Gen- 
eral merchandise, Front 

Men tut, F P. stoves and tinware 

STEWART J AMIS, Carpenter and 
builder, Second 

Btorer J H. car]>enter and builder 

IWIOK A Dl VSTKR, hair- 
dressers, Front 

TECT£B KM VS. Carpenter and 
builder. Telegraph road 

TKUCH.EE LI M BLR CO,Brickel] 
A Kruger, proprs; Lumber, building 
material and sash & door facty, Front 

TRK KI i: REPUBLICAN, W F 
Edwards, editor and propr, Front 

VA\ VLKKT H, Manager A A P Tel- 
egraph Co, Front 

Walker * Dunn, attorneys-at-law 

W. Her A Arnold, drygoods and clothing 

Wllbefi Fred, hoots and shoea 

WYBA1LLIE, ALEXIS H, La- 
dies' A gents' boot A t*hoe maker, Front 

YOUNG C W t Watches A j < wel ry , Fron t 



Ukiah, 

MENDOCINO COUNTY. 

Ukiah, county seat of Mendocino, situ- 
ated in the centre of the county, is a 
prosperous city of 750 inhabitants. Two 
n< u papers are published here, and the 
many good business houses show the pros- 
perity of the people. A tine courthouse 
and several churches and other public 
buildings give a tine aspect to the city. 



Ackerman C H, saddler and harnessmaker 

Albertsoo .fames, carpenter 

Arnold A Carson, livery stable 

Bank of Ukiah, T B Bond president; 

Sam Wheeler cashier 
It AKM S i: M, Attorney-at-law 
Barnes T L, physician 
Barnes W H, bootmaker 
Benton T, tinsmith 

Bond T B.pn st Bank of Ukiah A atty-at-law 
Briggs M C, saloon 

Brenner F, hardware, stoves and tinware 

Bns< Imcier A, gunsmith 

C A BOTH EBB T L, Attorney-at-law 
and Notary Public 

Carter O W, liquors 

Chambers T S, liquors 

Charlton A Phelps, blacksmiths 

< LEA VELA \D Miss LUCY, Mil- 
liner and dressmaker 



Colson R W, bootmaker 

Corder A P, attorney-at-law 

CO CRT EXCHANGE, T B Sleeper 
proprietor 

Day Ben W, County Recorder 

DEMOCRATIC WEEKLY DIS- 
PATCH, Belle Lynch ed and propr 

Dozier Barton, physician 

EUREKA SALOON, T S Chambers 
proprietor 

FASHION STABLE, Gibson A 
Smith proprietors 

Forse W H, proprietor Ukiah and Clover- 
dale stage line 

Fowzer James, attv-at-law A Co Treasurer 

G ESSLER F, Furniture 

GIBSON G W «fc SON, Genl mdse 

ptfbson A Smith, livery stable 

Gilmor A Luedke, watchmakers A jewelers 

HAGANS \\ A, Propr Ukiah hotel 

HANSON *fc LAM KIN, Saloon 

HARRISON R, Attorney-at-law 

Hart J S, varieties 

Hildreth R M, constable 

Hofl'man W A, drugs and genl mdse 

Hofman'C, general merchandise 

Hough Wm A, architect, contr A builder 

Hughes J H, constable 

Keenan M\ house and sign painter 

Lakepm-t and Ukiah stage line, J O Rad- 
cliff proprietor 

Lamar A Dozier, attorneys-at-law 

LYNCH Mrs BELLE, Proprietress 
"Democratic Weekly Dispatch" 

Marks A A Co, general merchandise 

M<COWEN G (D D S), Dentist 

McGarvey 11, attorney-at-law 

MENDOCINO DEMOCRAT, Alex 
Montgomery proprietor 

Michel William M, physician 

Michel W M A Co, druggists 

Miller E F, barber 

Mitchell H H, dentist 

MONTGOMERY ALEX, Proprie- 
tor "Mendocino Democrat" 

Moore James R, Sheriff 

Moore A Creamer, butchers 

MORSE J R, Attorney, genl convey- 
ancer, collector and real estate agent 

Nutter C E, proprietor Plaza hotel 

Orsborn C D, carpenter 

Page R H, barber and baths 

Payran S, attorney-at-law and physician 

PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE, Wm 
M Michel A Co pioprietors 

Perkins ATA Son, blacksmiths and 
wagonmakers 

PETTIS «V CO, General merchandise 

Radcliff J O, proprietor Lakeport and 
Ukiah stage line 

REEVES TAPPING, Manufacturer 
and dealer in lumber 

Shoemaker Miss J, milliner A dressmaker 

SHOEMAKER W A, Ukiah bakery 
and restaurant 



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Sleeper T B, propr Court Exchange saloon 
Smith J M", butcher 
Thompson A W, postmaster 
Thompson Bros, varieties 
Thompson J L, wagonmaker 
UKIAH BAKERY ANB RES- 
TAURANT, WA Shoemaker propr 
Ukiah Brewery, S Wurtenberg proprietor 
UKIAH HOTEL,, W A Hagans propr 
Wheeler Sam, cashier Bank of Ukiah 
White W H, tailor 

Whitney W F, saddle and harnessmaker 
WILSON J L, County Clerk 
WISE M, General merchandise 
Witter D, proprietor Witter springs 
Woodruff C, musician 
Wurtenberg S, brewery 



Vallejo, 

SOLANO COUNTY, 

A town of about 4,000 inhabitants, 28 miles 
from San Francisco. It is the terminus of 
the Cal. Pacific railroad. The Orphans' 
Home, belonging to the Order of Good 
Templars, is located here, and quite an 
ornament to the place. The U. S. Navy 
Yard at Mare Island contributes largely 
to the support of the town, furnishieg em- 
ployment to a large number of men. 



ABBOTT J E, Atty-at-law, 144 Georgia 
Baresford James, bootmaker, 220 Sac 
Barnes D G & Co, planing mill, S Vallejo 
Benas B & Co, drygoods and clothing, 

136 Georgia 
BERGWALL Mrs LAURA, Dry- 
goods, cor Virginia and Santa Clara 
BERNARO HOUSE, Adrian X 

Irizar propr, cor Georgia and Sac 
BLACKMAIL H, Real estate, insur- 
ance and Notary Public, 159 Georgia 
Blacliway Mrs Augusta, confectionery, 

143 Georgia 
BLANK G A, Candy factory, 184 
Georgia 

Bliven H & Co, groceries and fruit, 113 Ga 
BOSTWICK E R, Proprietor Fris- 

bie house, South Vallejo 
Brennan D J, bootmaker, South Vallejo 
BROWN DANIEL T, Jr, New 

York Bakery, 237 Virginia 
BROWN SAMUEL, Market, 225 

Virginia 

BROWN LIE JOHN, Cashr Vallejo 
Bank and Notary Public, 142 Georgia; 
livery stable, Virginia-st 

Burtin & Nagle, liquors, oyster and chop 
house, 192 Georgia 

Callender John, livery stable, Virginia-st 

Casey Robert, liquors, South Vallejo* 

Central Stables, Georgia-st 

Clarke S P, hairdresser & baths, 133 Georgia 



Cohen B, drygoods, 135 Georgia 
Coleman John, liquors, cor Va and Marin 
CONNOLLY HENRY, Liquors, 98 
Georgia, livery stable, 213 Santa Clara 
and undertaker, 209 Santa Clara 
Cox Anna, dressmaker, 144 Georgia 
CRANE JOHN T B, Chop house, 

65 Georgia 
Cremore Thomas, liquors, 63 Georgia 
Crowe R, bootmaker, 248 Georgia 
Cryan Thomas, bootmaker, 117 Georgia 
CUSICK JNO J, Liquors, 155 Georgia 
Damuth Nathaniel, liquors, cor Ga & Sac 
BANNENBAUM S, Drygoods, car- 
pets, boots and shoes, boys' clothing, 
etc, 167 Georgia 
BAWSON JOHN, Merchant tailor, 

Santa Clara-st 
OEININGER F, Brewery depot, 272 

Marin, and brewery, South Vallejo 
BIENEEN PATRICK, Liquors, 

Lemon, South Vallejo 
BOLLINGER Madam F, Millinery 
and all kinds of hair work, 168 Georgia 
BOWLING JOHN, Hack propri- 
etor, Central stables 
Doyle James, marbleworks, cor Florida 

and Sonoma 
BUNCAN J K, Secy Vallejo Gaslight 
Co and Vallejo Land and Imp Co, 
159 Georgia 
BUN PHY S F, Bootmaker, South 
Vallejo 

DW1ER H H, Justice of the Peace, 
256 Sacramento 

BYAR Mrs II E, Proprietress Solano 
house, South Vallejo 

Edgecomb J C, supt Vallejo City Water 
Co, 190 Georgia 

Egery & Lamont, groceries, cor Second 
and Lemon, South Vallejo 

Elder F D, stoves and tinware, 101 Ga 

Emerson J, ' carriage painter, 318 Marin 

English J R, cashr Vallejo S and C Bank, 
159 Georgia 

FARNHAM «fc CO, Clothing, boots, 
shoes, trunks, etc, 169 Georgia 

FARRELL WILLIAM, Deputy 
County Assessor and School Assessor, 
18m Georgia 

Faust John, bakery, 224 Santa Clara 

Ferrick M, R R house, Vallejo crossing 

FITZGERALD PATRICK, Liq- 
uors, South Vallejo 

Fitzmaurice E, market, 218 Santa Clara 

FREY JOHN, Watches, jewelry, sta- 
tionery, toys, etc; cigars and tobacco, 
179 Georgia 

Frisbie J B, prest Vallejo S and C Bank, 
159 Georgia 

Frisbie L C, physician, 166 Georgia 

Frost James, druggist, 173 Georgia 

Gaffney B, liquors, 67 Georgia 

Gannon Mrs M, boardinghouse and liq- 
uors, cor Virginia and Sacramento 



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GOOD A TOWXSEND, Proprs 

Vallejo and S F Express and brokers, 

cor Georgia and Santa Clara 
<.001>Y0l <.1I A M, Gen] agt Smith 

American organ, cor Ky and Sutter 
<l> 'l;in Thomas P, liquors, South Vallejo 
GORDE8 F, Bootmaker, 131 Georgia 
Grimes P, horseshoer, Marin-st 
Grove Charles, market, 71 Georgia 
II A M> FORTH JOHN, Hairdresser 

and baths, *1 45 Georgia 
Halsj y I S, dentist, 144 Georgia 
Elankl J G, constable, 256 Sacramento 
HAYS F i\ Attoriu v-at-hiw and Court 

Commissioner, Georgia-st 
Heald John L, foundry, Vallejo crossing 
III 1 1 1. Fit FORI Y/O R, Mer- 

cliant tailor and teacher of snare 

drum, 243 Georgia 
Hi inl< rson O L, carriage and wagonmaker, 

316 Marin 
HUborn S G, atty-at-law, 170 Georgia 
Ililliurd E M, fruit and varieties, cor 

Georgia and Sacramento 
HlltSC II t FF1> S, Books, stationery, 

news, cigars, tobacco, etc, cor Georgia 

and Sacramento 
Hodgkins E A, house, sign and carriage 

painter 

HOWARD A, Proprietor hotel, 112 
Georgia 

III IlltS CHARLES II, Notary Pub- 
lic, agt W U Tel Co and insurance 
agent, 183 Georgia 
Hnebner Wm, hairdresser, 203 Santa Clara 
IRIX Alt A OKI AY X, Propr Ber- 
nard house, L*or Georgia and Sac 
JFYKIYS JOHN, Bootmaker, Sac 
Jones Bev E I, clergyman, (Methodist) 
Jossf Ivn Mrs Lizzie, millinery, 235 Va 
JUDGE J A M EM 9 Boarding and lodg- 
ing, 212 Georgia 
Kennedy J E, drygoods & clothing, 223 Va 
KENNEDY MKH VEl, Liquors, 

cor Marin and Carolina 
Kennedy P J, boots and shoes, 161 Georgia 
KIRK HENRY € A CO, Drug- 

Kints, 126 Georgia 
FA H TOY J ii, Attorney-at-law, 177 
Georgia 

Landenvay J R, hairdresser, 165 Georgia 
LEACH Fit AYR A, Proprietor 

••Vallejo Chronicle" 
LEI" VALERIAN, Lock and gun- 
smith, ammunition, guns, etc, 181 
Georgia 

LOYALL R B, Beal estate agent and 

collector, 132 Georgia 
Lynch P C, groceries, 239 & 241 Virginia 
Lynch P B, groceries, cor Ga & Santa Clara 
Mahoney Miss Nellie E, millinery, 208 Ga 
M .il..ney D, bootmaker, 170H Georgia 
U v Mrs S M, millinery, 124 Georgia 
MeCOOL <fe FRISRIE, Groceries, 

cor Virginia and Marin 



McElroy P, books, stationery and news 

depot, 140 Georgia 
McENERNEY Mrs JOHN, Dry 

and fancy goods, 183 Georgia 
McGettigan E, brewery, cor Marin and 

Carolina; liquors, cor Fla & Sonoma 
McGILL JOHN F, Market, 242 

Georgia 

McGill T F, market, 262 Sacramento 
McINNIS JOHN A, Groceries, 122 
Georgia 

McKenney Chas, blacksmith, 227 Virginia 
McPIKE A J, Cashr Vallejo City 

Water Co, 190 Georgia 
MEGARRY WILLIAM, Groceries, 

206 Georgia 
Michaelis Fr, German hotel, 106 Virginia 
Mitchell Mrs E, drygoods, 175 Georgia 
Moran James, groceries, Virginia-st 
Morgan A, restaurant, Sacramento-st 
Morris Bev George, clergyman, (Congtl) 
MORRISON THOMAS, Liquors, 

102 and 104 Virginia 
MFRRAY ANTHONY, Groceries 

and liquors, cor Branciforte & Capitol 
Newcomb A E, liquors & oysters, 158 Ga 
NEWCOMH € A, Cigars, tobacco, 

cutlery and varieties, 192 Georgia 
NEWCOMH L S, Lodginghouse, 182 

Georgia 

Nicholson W T, cigars and tobacco, 164 Ga 
NOONAN JOHN, Liquors, Bailroad 
crossing 

NORTH JOHN, Groceries, crockery, 

etc, 244 Georgia 
NFGENT WILLIAM H, House 

mover, 66 Georgia 
O'RRIEN THOMAS E «fc CO, 

Furniture and bedding, cor Virginia 

and Sacramento 
O'ORADY A McDERMOTT, 

Soda works, cor Sonoma and Carolina 
O'NEIL Mrs M J, Millinery, 216 

Georgia 

O'Neill Patrick, liquors, 246 Georgia 
O'Neill T J, groceries, 204 Georgia 
Passal»qua B, fruits, nuts and canned 

goods, 89 Georgia 
Pelham Alex, bootmaker, 304 Marin 
Plummer & Bobinson, clothing, 151 Ga 
POPE <fc TALROT, Vallejo lumber- 
yard, South Vallejo 
Porter S, physician (homeopathic) , 144 Ga 
POWELL A, Lumber dealer, South 
Vallejo 

Badke B, groceries, South Vallejo 
RAINES THOMAS, House and sign 

Painter, 312 Marin 
Bead T Y, agent W, F & Co, 179 Georgia 
REINQFTN P L, Merchant tailor, 

217 Santa Clara 
Bevnolds Charles, liquors, South Vallejo 
RICHAROSON <& CO, Groceries, 

cor Marin and York 
Bichart G B, harness and saddles, 172 Ga 



H. Wachhorst calls attention to his Genuine Sterling Silverware, 79 J st. Sac. 



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Riley C W, justice of the peace; liquors, 

cor Georgia and Sacramento 
Robinson, Fowler & Co, patent socket 

broom factory, South Vallejo 
Roache John, bootmaker, 82 Georgia 
Rodgers Jacint, hairdresser, 216 Georgia 
ROE «fc WALSH, Managers "Solano 

Times," 177 Georgia 
Rowland H, station agt Cal PRR, N Valjo 
Sanborn R D, constable, 256 Sacramento 
Sancto J N, wood and coal, Virginia-st 
Sawyer E H, real estate agent, 181 H Ga 
SEAMANS M W, Liquors, Lemon, 

South Vallejo 
Sheehy Albert, grain buyer, South Vallejo 
Sherman House, cor Va and Santa Clara 
SHIRLAND FRANK, Pioneer 

Market, Lemon, South Vallejo 
Shroder Frank, junk store, 266 Marin 
Siebe F C, liquors, cor Va and Santa Clara 
SMITH BROS, Boots, shoes, hats and 

caps, 178 Georgia 
Smith Charles F, hairdresser, 192 Georgia 
SMITH J G, Gents' furnishing goods 

and photographer, 164 Georgia 
Snow H H, real estate and ins agt, 142 Ga 
Snow H K, clothing, boots & shoes, Ga-st 
SOLANO TIMES (Daily and weekly) , 
Roe & Walsh Managers, 177 Georgia 
SPRINGER W C «fc CO, Proprs 
Golden Eagle hotel, cor Virginia & Sac 
Steel Wra H, ins agt and notary, 256 Sac 
Steffan & Co, market, cor Ga and Marin 
Tobin J F, market, 69 Georgia 
Toland Jas, groceries, cor Marin and Fla 
Topley James, druggist, 166 Georgia 
TORMEY WILLIAM, Liquors; 

City Assessor, 268 Sacramento 
Tripp's Institute of Penmanship, W H 

Tripp proprietor, 179 Georgia 
URQUHART T J, Train Dispatcher, 

South Vallejo 
VALLEJO BANK, John Brownlie 

Cashier, 142 Georgia 
VALLEJO CHRONICLE (Daily 

and weekly) , 129 Georgia 
Vallejo Caslight Co, J K Duncan secy 

159 Georgia 
VALLEJO LAND AND IM- 
PROVEMENT CO, J K Duncan 
Secretary, 159 Georgia 
Vallejo Library Association, James Phil 

♦lips librarian, 221 Sacramento 
Vallejo Savings and Commercial Bank 

J R English cashier, 159 Georgia 
VALLEJO AND S F EXPRESS, 
Good & Townsend proprs, cor Georgia 
and Santa Clara 
VANDERLIP NELSON, Watch- 
maker and jewelry, 142 Georgia 
VOORHEES «fe ALDEN, Merchant 

tailors, 165 Georgia 
WALL C J, Liquors, cor Georgia 

and Marin 
Walsh Joseph, bakery, 208 Santa Clara 



Walsh P R, stoves, hardware, crockery, 

etc, 180 Georgia 
Waltenbaugh J B, carpet factory, 280 Ga 
Widemann & Rothenbusch, brewery, 264 
Marin 

Wilder A D, asst supt Cal Pac R R 
Williams A L, freight agt Cal PRR and 

agt W, F & Co, South Vallejo 
Williston J E, groceries, 130 Georgia 
Wilson G W, real estate & ins agt, 144 Ga 
Wilson Harry, liquors, 102 Georgia 
Wood George, lock and gunsmith, Sac-st 
Wright M J, stoves, hardware, crockery, 
etc; propr Excelsior house and post- 
master, 186 Georgia 



Watsonville, 

SANTA CBUZ COUNTY, 

A pleasant and prosperous town on the 
line of the Southern Pacific railroad, 100 
miles from San Francisco. It is situated 
in the Pajaro valley, one of the richest 
agricultural districts of the State. 



ADAMS GREEN, Liquors, Main 
Addison J H, painter 

ALDRICH D M, Propr Mansion 

house, Main 
Alexander A, merchant tailor 
Alexander D, drygoodsand clothing 
ALEXANDER «fc GRANT, Livery 

stable, Main ; & livery stable at Aptos 
ALEXANDER WM, Drygoods, cloth- 
ing, boots and shoes, Main 
Atteridge & Sheehy, groceries & crockery 
Avila G D, liquors, Main 
BASHAM J W, Liquors, Main 
Bank of Watsonville, Chas Ford president; 

J N Besse cashier, Main 
BEECH I M VAN R, Van's hotel and 

feed stable, Main 
Behrendt W, drygoods, clothing, boots, 

shoes, etc, Main 
HOC HOW F G, Cigars and tobacco, 

Main 

Bowie Adam, bakerv, Main 
BOWMAN GEO M, Agent Wells, 

Fargo & Co, Main 
Brassel H P, blacksmith, Main 
BREEN ED, Liquors and cigars, Main 
Brown H P, clothing and tailor 
Brown & Libbey, dentists, Main 
Canfield Horace, restaurant, Main 
CHALMERS A B, Plaining mills, 

Main 

CHAPMAN J S, Watches, clocks and 

jewelry, Main 
Clow Bertha R, manager W U Tel Co, Main 
Conlan S, groceries, Main 
COOK C A, Harness and saddles 
Cooper & Co, drygoods, crockery, etc, Main 
Cox J F & Co, stoves and tinware 



Bradley & Rulofson have the only Elevator connected with Photography in the World 



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CU9IMINGS C O, Postmaster, Main 
CUMMINGS A RADCLIFF, 

Proprs "Pajaronian," Main 
DALLAS A C, Barber, Main 
DAVIS THOS H, Justice of Peace 

and Notary Public, Main 
Dodge Rev E E, clergyman. (Methodist) 
DODSON A IX GRAM, Blacksmiths 

and wagonmakers, Main 
Dougherty J F, hats and caps. Main 
DREGALSZKY FRANK, Musi- 
cian, Main 
IMU SSLL D, Pajaro market, Main 
Eaton R W, wagonmaker, Main 
Fine A, physician, Main 
Fine & Patterson, druggists, Main 
Ford R F, liquors 

FOlin A SAXBORX, General mer- 
chandise and lumber, Main 

I RKII RHI Til G A, St v s. tin- 
ware, crockery and hardware, Main 

GARDXKR Mr* J. Proprss Central 
hotel 

Gay F. groceries 

<-l\4H 1IIO L, Fruits, cigars, grocer- 
ies, liquors and varieties 

Glenn J H & Co, drygoods and groceries 

Goodwin «£ Green, market 

GREENBOVH W A CO, General 
merchandise. Main 

(•RIFFI\ K M, Groceries, crockery, 
etc, Main 

Gritlin Mrs R & Co, millinery, Main ' 

Hagertv Denis, liquors 

HALL J CHRYSTIE, Attorney at 
law, Main 

Hamilton G 3, harness and saddles, Main 
IfETH ERl If G II. Bootmaker, Main 
IIOLKKOOk L D, Justice of Peace 

and Notarv Public, Main 
HOLKROOK Jlrs L I>. Millinery 

and dressmaking, cor Third & Union 
Holm Andrew, liquors 
HOWARD J A. Machineet, Main 
Ingham James, wagonmaker 
Ireland L, physician. Main 
JAC kSOV HENRY, Commission 

and produce merchant, Main 
JENNINGS A J. Constable, Main 
JESSEN CONRAD, Propr Scandi- 
navian house, Main 
Johnson Chas W J, photographer 
Jones C C, watches and jewelry. Main 
JONES S A A CO, Proprs Watsonrille 

"Transcript," Main 
' ph H M. hairdresser. Main 
KELLY PATRICK, hotel, Main 
Kittredge A Halstead, attys-at-law, Main 
MM Julius, attorney-at-law, Main 
Legassick John, bootmaker A, dealer, Main 
U wii A iV Co, general merchandise 
LFWItt E, Cigars, tobacco and var- 

ieti «, Main 
LORENZAN LAWRENCE, Propr 
Western hotel, Main 



Lund H J, watches and jewelry 
MANSION HOUSE, D M Aldrich 

proprietor, Main 
MARDOCCO PETER, Restaurant, 

Main 

MARTIN ED, Books and stationery 

and manager A & P Tel Co, Main 
MART IX E J, Physician, Main 
M ATERXI A, Fruits, groceries, cigars, 

candy, etc, Main 
Maulbatch Samuel, boots and shoes, Main 
McAdams Archie, blacksmith 
McClosky James, horseshoer, Main 
McLean N, blacksmith and wagonmaker 
McMenomy J J, liquors, Main 
Miner <k Yoacham, groceries, crockery, etc 
Moonev James, propr Washington hotel 
MOREY DAVID, Gunsmith, Main 
Morgan & Kennedy, livery stable, Main 
Morris M, gents' furnishing goods 
MIJSCUNI G, Liquors, Main 
Nowell Thos, market 

O'NEILL CHAS, Furniture, bedding 

and undertaking, 
Osborne B A, harness and saddles 
PAJARONIAN, Cummings &Radcliff 

proprietors, Main 
PALMTAG C. Pajaro Brewery, Main 
PARDEE GEO, Grain buyer, Main 
Pidge D P, blacksmith and wagonmaker, 

Main 

PORTER JEROME, Grain buyer, 
Main 

PUTNAM A C, physician, Main 

Putnam L B, liquors 

Rodgers Daniel, fruits and cigars, Main 

Rodgers W D, phvsician 

RUGGLES J R, Merchant tailor, Main 

Ryason J M & Co, liquors, Main 

Schmidt Chas, liquors 

Shepard Mrs C M, dressmaker, Main 

Simmons S S, (M D) , druggist, Main 

Slight E T, confectioner, Main 

Stoesser Otto, hardware, groceries, patent 
medicines, crockery, etc, Main 

St Paul G de, liquors, Main 

Strebost Wra, bootmaker 

STRI VE H C, Clothing, groceries 
and liquors, Main. 

Swim Mrs Henriette F, millinery and 
dressmaking, Main 

Thomas Chas L, flour mills 

Trafton Bros, hardware and farm implts 

Vandenberge P, merchant tailor 

Walsh John, bootmaker, Main * 

WATSONVILLE TRANS- 
CRIPT, S A Jones & Co, proprie- 
tors, Main 

Werner F, bootmaker 

Wichman & Co, hairdressers, Main 

Wilcox P, watches and jewelry 

Williams John, agent Santa Cruz R R 

Williams & Co, groceries & varieties, Main 

Zmodowski Martin, bootmaker & dealer 



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Woodbridge, 

SAN^JOAQUIIT COUNTY, 

A small town of about 400 inhabitants; 
is situated about 12 miles from Stockton. 
Its support is agriculture. The Nevada 
Insane Asylum is located here. 

Babcock Charles, blacksmith 

Bentley H, gen mdse and agt W, F'& Co 

Cope Bd, harnessmaker 

Dayton Eli, physician 

Farmer & Burkett, butchers 

Green L D, flour mills 

House M W, livery stable 

Lawson L, saloon 

Lyon Mrs M A, propss Union hotel 

PHELPS F F, Clocks, watches, jew- 
elry, picture frames, stationery, toys, 
notions, pianos, organs, and postmr 

PLUMMER E II, Propr Plummer 
house and saloon 

RAMSAY GEO II, Tinsmith 

Bobinett John, saloonkeeper 

R U T L EIXjJE, LEWIS & Mc- 
LERKAN, Merchants 

Thomas J G, shoemaker 

Trafton A, physician 

Young Edward, notary public 



Woodland, 

YOLO COUNTY, 

A fine and prosperous town of 3,500 in- 
habitants, situated on the California Pa- 
cific railroad, and is the county seat of 
Yolo county. It is located in an excellent 
agricultural district, and that branch of 
industry is its chief support. It is 80 
miles distant from San Francisco. 



Alexander A, drygoods and clothing 
ARNOLD RAWDON, Physician, 

(homeopathic) 
Aronson Henry, liquors 
BAKER F E, District Attorney 
Ball J C, attorney-at-law 
Barney Carey, Sheriff 
Beach & Knox, wagonmakers 
REAMER R H, County Assessor 
Beamer B L, livery stable 
Bentley G W, liquors 
BERG EMANUEL, News agent 
BO(*CkS A L, Carpenter 
Boyd & Harrison, livery stable 
BURNS I> M, County Clerk & Auditor 
Burson John, liquors 
Bush C W-, cashier Woodland Bank 
Bush E B, County Judge 
BUTZ ANDREW, Tailor 
BYNUM E «& CO, Druggists 



CALDWELL «fc JACKSON, Con- 
tractors and builders 
Card W D, painter 

CLARK J Q A, Wine manufacturer 

Clarke E L. livery stable 

COULTER CARROLL, Boarding 

and saloon 

Crawford G B, telegraph operator 

Curry Bev W C, clergyman, (Methodist) 

Davidson E M, hairdresser 

Davidson M, restaurant 

Davis C H & Co, butchers 

DAVIS «fc FRAZER, Lumber and 
lime * 

DEIILER ANTON, Liquors 

DICKENSON A H, Butcher 

Dietz Louis, harnessmaker 

Dinzler Adam, boarding house 

DINZLER EMIL, Barber 

Dryfus Louis, wholesale liquors & cigars 

Dunphey & Stocking, blacksmiths 

Eaton J H & Son, groceries 

Eaton J I, groceries 

Elston & Ludden, druggists 

Finsterer George, groceries 

Fiske George D, real estate, insurance and 
money broker 

Fitzgerald Peter, horseshoer 

Freeman F S & Co, genl mdse 

Frost C S, atty-at-law and notary public 

GOSLINER & CO, Drygoods, cloth- 
ing, boots, shoes, etc 

Greene G W, jewelry and stationery 

Gruwell B M, spring bed manufacturer 

Hafky Mrs P, varieties 

Hager John, liquors 

Hall F M, stoves and tinware 

Hiller J A, County Becorder 

Hodgen J N, dentist 

Hoernlein Ernest E, painter 

Howe D H, carpenter 

Jackson Byron, planing mills 

Jackson George H, physician 

Jacobs John, proprietor Craft house 

Johnson James, attorney-at-law 

Johnson & Puck, blacksmiths and wag- 
onmakers 

Jones M F, pianos, organs, etc 

Kaiser Bev P J, clergyman, (Catholic) 

Kean A C, County Treasurer & Collector 

Kelly Thomas, groceries 

KING J W, Photographer 

Knox William, barber 

KRELLENBERO PETER. Fur- 
niture & undertaking rooms; Coroner 

KUHN HERMANN, Tinsmith 

Kuhn Mrs L, ladies' hairdresser 

Labuxsier Joseph, groceries 

LAMBERT «fe DeWITT, Attor- 
neys-at-law 

Lasky M, liquors 

LEAHY JOHN, Western Union Tel- 
egraph operator 
LEISER RICHARD, Liquors 

Levy David, drygoods, clothing & crockery 



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L< w A Oser, drygoods and clothing 

Machefert Leon, watchmaker and jeweler 

Messinger W L, Bupt Woodland Gas Co 

Miller Charles, bootmaker 

Mill- r Mrs H M, dressmaker 

■OORE JOHN, Liquors 

Moxin C D, stoves and tinware 

Moses E R, wagonmaker 

■OSES W F, Agent Wells, Fargo A Co 

NEWTON K II *V CO, Lumber, 

lime, cement, etc 
Nick* lsburg A A Bro, drygoods A clothing 
Nurse M A, County Surveyor 
Ogburn Mrs H U, milliner A dressmaker 
Parramore E L, physician 
PECK KOBKRT N, Teacher of 

Modern Language 
Pendegast 8 T A Co, boots and shoes 
Perry Henry, blacksmith 
Pockman A Redd, livery stable 
Porter A D, groceries 
Porter Mrs W W A Co, milliners 
Prather A Holmes, dentists 
Prior Thomas M, harnessmaker 
Proctor C W, druggist 
Read A Simpson, drygoods and clothing 
Ready B F, blacksmith 
RHODES .1 H, Woodland fionnnilla 
KI( ki:K HENRY, Proprietor Wil- 

liam Tell house 
Ross Thomas, physician 
SANDE IIS W ILLI A M, Proprietor 

"Yolo Democrat" 
SAI'NDERS Mrs E D, Boarding 

and lodgings 
Schnerley A Miller, brewery 
Schwalra" J G, groceries and liquors 
Scott Jacob, barber 
Shluer Otto, bakery and saloon 
SIBLEY P H, Attorney-at-law and 

J ustice of the Peace 
Sieber Cristoph, liquors 
Simmons H S, liquors 
Smith Rev B H, clergyman (Christian) ; 

principal Hesperian College 
Smith J K, undertaker and furniture 
Sovereign J, wagonmaker 
Sprague C P, attorney-at-law 
Stampehl August, bootmaker 
Stegall Henslev, liquors 
S I E I N M E T X & LEINBER 

<*ER, Butchers 
St LOUIS C E, Varieties 
Stolling* S W, liquors 
TACKNEY JOHN, Proprietor Tack- 

ney house and Capital hotel 
Thomas A Porter, groceries 
Thomas W M. City Marshal 
TORRA\( K M II. Carpenter 
TREADWELL A GAROUTTE, 

Searchers of Records and Attys-at-law 
Tull J W, proprietor Exchange hotel 
Valentine E, agent Cal P R R 
WAGSTAFF A SHARP, Proprie- 
tors "Yolo Mail" 



Walker Louis, postmaster 

WEAVER ANDREW, Blacksmith 
and wagonmaker 

Wilcox A Voorhees, liquors 

Williams William, bootmaker 

WINCH ELL Mrs MARY, Restrnt 

Winne W H, carpenter 

Wood Henry B, hardware 

YOLO DEMOCRAT, William San- 
ders proprietor 

YOLO MAIL, Wagstaff A Sharp proprs 

Zecher John, bootmaker 

Zirker Louis, tailor 



Ynba City, 

SUTTER COUNTY, 



Anson B D, liquors 

Campbell D, liquors 

Cannon J G, physician 

Carpenter G W, County Treasurer 

CLARY A E, Cigars, tobacco, station- 
ery, clothing, etc, and County Assessor 

Clark M C, County Supt Schools 

Cotanch James, hairdresser 

CK AD DOCK J H, County Judge and 
attorney-at-law 

Crowley John, liquors 

Dubbins A Ferguson, physicians 

DONOVAN MICHAEL, Blacksmith 
and carriagemaker 

DOOLEY <fc McGEE, Liquors 

Ellington Wm, postmaster, and varieties 

Erickson A Olson, livery stable 

Fairman W J, blacksmiths & wagonmaker 

Fox A Douglas, blacksmiths A wagonmks 

CiROYER H C, Propr "Sutter Banner" 

Hamblen D E, justice of peace 

HAMLIN N S, Physician and surgeon 

Harris H M, harnessmaker 

Keyser Phil W, District Judge 

Kimball E C, druggist 

Klempp T, brewery and liquors 

KNORLAUCH RARNEY, Black- 
smith 

Moncur O, stoves and tinware 
Murphy J N, groceries 
PEASE C C, Propr Stafford house 
Peck W F, County Surveyor 
PINCKARD ALLEN, Hairdresser 
Ray J H, District Attorney 
Slattery A Sullivan, market 
STABLER «& BAYNE, Attys-at-law 
Stafford J B, boots and shoes 
SUTTER BANNER, H C Grover 
proprietor 

Thomas J M, Co Clerk, Recorder A Aud'r 

Walther C, wagonmaker 

Weeman Chas, liquors, cigars A tobacco 

White Jas H, (ME) clergyman Yuba City 

Wilber J L, attorney-at-law 

Wilcoxon C E A Co, general merchandise 

Wilcoxon T B, liquors 

WILKIE JOHN, Feed mills 



H. Wachhorst calls attention to his Genuine Sterling Silverware, 79 J st. Sac. 



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NEVADA. 



Carson City, 

ormsby|county, 

The capital of the State of Nevada, is sit- 
uated on the west bank of the Carson river, 
in Eagle valley, which is noted as rivaling 
all others in the State in point of agricul- 
tural qualities. Carson is the county seat 
of Ormsby county. The place derives its 
name from the celebrated trapper, Kit 
Carson, and is the oldest town in the State. 
The beautiful and finely finished Capitol 
building, the substantial structure of the 
U. S. Mint and the State Penitentiary, a 
mile and a half, from town, are points of 
great interest to visitors. Its population 
numbers some 9,000. Although Eagle val- 
ley, in which Carson is situated, is largely 
agricultural, yet its main reliance is the 
wood and timber trade, the mountains 
around affording an almost inexhaustible 
supply. 

ADAM§ J W, Lieut Governor, capitol 

ALEXANDER J, Hairdresser, cor 
Carson and Third 

Anderson W, painter, King 

Atherton. Cole C, feed stable 

BAILEY Mrs 1L A, Ladies' hair- 
dresser, S Carson 

BAKER SAMUEL, Pioneer cigar 
and tobacco stand, N Carson 

Baldeck I, bootmaker, 41 S Carson 

BARRONS MICHAEL, Bestaur- 
ant, N Carson 

BEAM J L, Bailroad dining rooms, 
opp depot 

BEA'iTY WM H, Associate Justice 
of Supreme court, capitol 

Bender D A, gen freight and ticket agt V 
& T B B, depot 

BENTON J M, Liverystable and Ta- 
hoe stage line, cor Carson and Third 

BERGMAN 'A, CloChmg, N Carson 

BERN HARD «& COLLINS, 
Fruits, liquors and varieties, S Carson 

RICKNELL CHAS F, Clerk of Su- 
preme court, capitol 

Billings Chas, dentist, N Carson 

BOSKOWITZ FRANK, Clothing, 
N Carson 

BRADBURY W B, Cigars and to- 
bacco, cor Carson and Caroline 

BRADER LOUIS, Propr St Charles 
hotel, cor Carson and Third 



BRADLEY L R, Governor, capitol 
BRADLEY Mrs M E, Dressmaking, 

S Carson 

BRAMAN J J, Physician, N Carson 
BROOKS Mrs ANNA S, Millinery, 

S Carson 

Brooks B Fred, stationery and fancygoods, 

38 N Carson 
BROWN R R, Liquors, cor King and 

Ormsby 

BRULE D N, Propr Miller's hotel, S 

Carson 

Calimberti Joseph, fruits, candy, varieties 

and liquors, N Carson 
Calvert & Co, blacksmiths and wagon- 

CAMPBELL FRED, Cigars, Car- 
son 

CARSON CITY SAVINGS 
BANK, Geo Tufly President; Geo 
B Hill Cashier, cor Carson and Proc- 
tor 

CARSON DAILY APPEAL, 

Bobinson & Mighels, props, Second 
CARSON «& TAHOE LUMBER 
AND FLUMING CO, Lumber 

and wood, depot 
Carter Jno G, bootmaker, N Carson 
CAVANAUGH PETER, Bakery, 

King 

Chandler J H, fruit and vaiieties, 43 S 

Carson 

Chaplin Moses, liquors, N Carson 
CIRCE D, Propr French hotel, N Car- 
son 

Clarke Bobt M, attorney-at-law, cor Car- 
son and Proctor 
CLESOVICH M, Oysters, Carson 
CLOUETTE M F, Liquors, N Carson 
CLOUETTE ISAAC, Market, N Car- 
son 

COFFIN, TRENMOR, District At- 
torney, Binckell's bldg 
COMSTOCK& RICE, Liquors and 

lodgings, cor Carson and King 
Corbett Bros, hotel, N Carson 
Corbett D E, Liquors, N Carson 
CRAWFORD JAMES, Supt U S 

Mint, N Carson 
CREWS J T, Liquors and cigars, cor 

Carson and Spear 
Crumwell Oliver, fruit, candy, nuts, etc, 

N Carson 

DANGBERG II F, Peoples' market, 

N Carson 



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David E, liverv, N Carson 

DAY IKS T W \V. Attorn, y-at-law, 

cor Carson and Proctor 
Davis O T, groceries, cor Carson and 

Sixth 

DAVISON II B. Physician, King 

DAY JOHN, 8urvevor General, cap- 
ital 

DE.1LY J E, Notary public and comr 
of deeds, cor Carson and Froctor 

I)K( KI:K A CO, Liquors, S Carson 

OICKSON J S, House and sign 
painter 

OONAIII E I> W, 
son 

Dunning A Chase, lumber, cor Fall and 
Second 

i:D(;K( OnK E, Livery stable, cor 

Third and Ormsbv 
BBWAUM T O, Attorney-at-law, 

King 

Edwards Thos J, County Clerk, Court- 
house 

El Dorado Wood A Flume Co, wood and 

lumber, N Carson 
ELLIS A KI\G, Attomeys-at-law, 

S Caraon 

EPSTEIN LOUIS B, Delmonico 

restaurant, N Carson 
FABBELL JAMES l\ Manager W 

U Tel Co, S Carson 
FLIH1 A TOWLE, Groceries, cor 

Carson and Telegraph 
FAERELL Wl B. Liquors, Carson 
FOBBES JOHN, Agent D W Earl, 

forwarding and commission, depot 
FOSTER B F, Druggist, 13 S Carson 
FO.Y JOHN G, Books, stationery, 

news, jewelry and fancy goods, 7 S 

Carson 

ERASER JAMES, Insurance agt, S 
Carson 

FRIENO C W, Watches, jewelry, ci- 
gars, tobacco, cutlery, etc, # N Carson 
Frisbic L A, liquors, cor Carson and Fifth 
FRISBIE Mrs M A, Restaurant, 
King 

FRYER GEO D, Propr Ormsby 
ln»M.-ic, cor Carson and Second 

GAIGE A MAY, Liquors, N Carson 

G ABB ABB WH, Governor's Secre- 
tary, capitol 

GELI N AS J, Propr Western hotel, 
Robinson 

Gerstle J A Co, clothing, cor Carson and 
Musser 

Gibson A Dealy, liquors, cor Carson and 
Proctor 

Gillson A Barber, groceries, hardware, 
crockery, etc, cor Carson A Robinson 
Orinage Fred, hairdresser, S Carson 
GOYETTE L, Propr Excelsior hotel, 

6SAWT «V McLENNAN, Proprs 
Adams house, N Carson 



Grindley T R, physician, cor Carson and 
Proctor 

Hagerty James, bootmaker, S Carson 

Harris Bros, drvgoods, N Carson 

HARRIS CI, Register U S Land of- 
fice, cor Carson and Proctor 

HARRIS A COFFIN, Attorneys-at- 
law, Rinckell's bldg 

Hawley Thos P, Chief Justice of Supreme 
court, capitol 

HAY NIE J W A CO, Wood and 
Lnmber, N Carson 

HELBERLING A A CO, Assayers, 
7 8 Carson 

Helm Alfred, Supt Carson Water Co, S 
Carson 

Herrick L A, homoepathic physician, cor 
Carson and Proctor 

HILL GEO B, Cashier Carson City 
Savings Bank, cor Cars'on and Proc- 
tor 

Hill J J, State printer, cor King and 
Ormsbv 

Hillyer E W, Judge U S District court, 

courthouse 
HOB ART W W, Controller of State, 

capitol 

HO 1>R INS M W, Glove factory, Bob- 
inson 

Howe Thos, cabinetmaker 
Hovt A V, County Surveyor, courthouse 
HI/NT JAMES, Restaurant, N Car- 
son 

Irwin Thos, stage agt,[cor Carson and Sec- 
ond 

Isaacs C A Co, cigars and tobacco, S Car- 
son 

Jacobs A, tailor, S Carson 
IYANCOVICH BROS, Groceries, 

tobacco, confectionery, etc, 3 S Carson 
James Edmund, hairdresser and hairgoods, 

N Carson 

JOHNSON J, Merchant tailor, N Car- 
son 

JOHNSTON T L. Market, N Carson 
KAISER DEITRICH, Propr Kai- 
ser's restaurant, cor Carson and Tele- 
graph 

KELLY 7 A HOFER, Stock and 
money brokers, N Carson 

Kellv S P, Supt Public Instruction, cap- 
itol 

Kennedy Thos, boots and shoes, N Carson 
KEYSER A' ELROD, Feedstable, 

cor Telegraph and piaza 
KIRCHNER II H, Saloon, N Car- 
son 

K ITT BELL JOHN R, Attorney 

General, capitol 
KITZMEYER O G, Harness and 

saddles, 32 and 43 Carson 
KITZMEYER GEO W, Furniture 

and bedding, N Carson 
Leonard O R, Associate Justice Supreme 

court, capitol 



H. Wachhorst, Importer of Fine Watches, Jewelry and Diamonds, 79 J st. Sac. 



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KOPPEL «fc PIATT, Clothing, cor 

Carson and Third 
EANE BEKJ, Hairdresser, N Carson 
Lapsley J W, hairdresser, N Carson 
LAWRENCE HENRY E, Restaur- 
ant, N Carson 
Lewis & Muncton, proprs Warm Springs 
hotel 

EEWIS & WING, Liquors, S Car- 
son 

Lilienfeld Wm, clothing, 48 S Carson 

Magee W J, liquors, S Carson 

MAISH «& TURNER, Cabinetmak- 
ers and builders, cor Ormsby and Sec- 
ond 

Marks Joseph, tailor, 28 N Carson 
Marston C A, photographer, Second 
MASON & CO, Groceries, hardware, 

crockery, etc, cor Carson and Spear 
McEOEGHEIN H C, Watches and 
jewelry (under Adams house), N Car- 
son 

McLEOD JAMES, Bakery, cor Car- 
son and Fourth 

Mclaughlin wieeiam, Mer- 
chant tailor, N Carson 

MEDEB JOHN P, City market, 
King 

MO>I>EEMISS J A, Groceries, N 
Carson 

Millard Thomas, tailor, N Carson 
MIEES RICHARD, Tinner, plumber 

and roofer, S Carson 
Minor J D, Secretary of State, capitol 
Mitchell A B, State Librarian, capitol 
Mohr Louis, Market, N Carson 
Moore & Parker, liquors, 26 N Carson 
MORRIS E «& CO, Drygoods, S Car- 
son 

Mott C S. cigars and tobacco, S Carson 

MULLER JACOB, Hairdresser, hair 
goods and baths, 8 N Carson 

MEEEER «fc WEBER, Carson Ex- 
change hotel, cor Carson and Caroline 

MENCKTON GEORGE,Physician, 
Warm Springs 

NEVADA BAIEY TRIBUNE, 
E J Parkinson publisher, cor Musser 
and plaza 

NEWEANB J S, Dentist, cor Carson 
and Spear 

NICHOES J H, Boston bakery and 
confectionery, N Carson 

Niles E, gen ticket agt and paymaster V & 
T R R, depot 

Olcovich Bros, drygoods, clothing, etc, cor 
Carson and Foiirth 

Parker & Tobey, contractors for loading 
cars and piling wood and lumber, de- 
pot 

PARKINSON E J, "Nevada Tri- 
bune," cor Musser and plaza 
Patterson Wm, attorney-at-law, N Carson 
Pearson Wm, liquors and soda factory, 
cor Carson and Fifth 



PERASICH G, Eruits, vegetables, ci- 
gars, etc, N Carson 

Peters H J, County Treasurer and cashier 
W, F & Co's bank, 3 S Carson 

PHEEPS F H, Druggist, N Carson 

PIERCE, Mrs E B, Boardinghouse, 
S Carson 

PIERCE Mrs HEEBAH R, Pro- 
prietress lodginghouse, N Carson 

Pinniger Mrs E E, millinery, N Carson 

PIXEEY E B, Manager A & P Tel Co 
and County Assessor, 10 N Carson 

PIXEEY «fc McCONNEEE, Stock 
and money brokers, cor Carson and 
Proctor 

Poole J E, liquors, cor Carson and Tele- 
graph 

Raffetto G & Co, hotel, N Carson 
Rail E B, hardware, stoves and tinware, S 
Carson 

REINSTEIN & GIBSON, Grocer- 
ies, cor King and Ormsby 

Reynolds Mrs A, millinery, N Carson 

RICE H F, Agent Wells, Fargo & Co's 
Express and bank, 33 S Carson 

Rice & Peters, stock brokers and insur- 
ance, S Carson 

RICHARBSON C A, Hairdresser, 
N Carson 

Rinckell Matt, market, N Carson 

Roberts & Bro, liquors, N Carson 

ROBINSON «& MIGHEES, Proprs 
"Carson Daily Appeal," Second 

ROBSON «fc SIMS, Blacksmiths and 
wagonmakers 

ROSSER Col JOHN, Union mar- 
ket, 45 S Carson 

Schooling Jerry, State Treasurer, capitol 

Schwartz M, glazier 

Scott E E, gun and locksmith, Second 

SHARP JOHN H, Propr Palace 
hotel (below "Appeal" office), Second 

SHARP R B, Dentist, cor Proctor 
and Carson 

SHEYR Mrs J «fc CO, Drygoods, 
cor Carson and Spear 

SMITH E C, Drygoods and notions, 
N Carson 

Soderberg N, shorthand reporter 

STERN EEOPOEB, Constable, 
Courthouse 

STRYKER JOHN, Restaurant, 
King 

SVETINICH PETER, Oyster sa- 
loon, N Carson 
SWAN ANBER PER, Photographer 
SWIFT S T, Sheriff, N Carson 
TORREYSON W B, Blacksmith, 
wagonmaker and painting, S Carson 
Trapp & Rau, blacksmiths and wagonmak- 
ers, S Carson 
Tuller & Clugage, Southern stage co 
Turner D C, boots and shoes, N Carson 
TURNER F B, County Recorder and 
Auditor, Courthouse 



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Uhl Adam, saloon, Robinson 
I'll I. FRED, Liquors, Second 
VIEIRA «A MOW, Hairdressers, N 

Carson 

VILA JOSEPH. Clothing, N Carson 
WACUfER A KLEIN, Carson Brew- 
ery, cor King and Division 
WAGMEB I* A «A C O. Hardware, 
stoves and crockery, cor Carson and 
Musser 

Waitz A, attorney-at-law. King 
WALKER *V JOHNSON, Liquors 

and cigars, King 
"Waters J W, physician, King 
Watkins S S, cigars and tobacco, N Carson 
WEEES THOMAS H, Attorney -at- 

law, Corbett block 
Whir. F J, physician, S Carson 
WHITE ii C, Postmaster. King 
Whitehill H R, State mineralogist, capitol 
Willis O P, druggist, cor Carson and King 
Winston & Rathbone, liquors, 11 S Carson 
WITHERELL C A. Justice of the 

Peace, Courthouse 
UOOi>. CARDER A CO, Furni- 

ture and bedding, cor Carson and 

Robinson 

Wright S C, Receiver U S Land office, cor 
Carson and Proctor 

WRIGHT S II, District Judge, Court- 
house 

Yerington H M, genl supt V & T R R, de- 

YoV\<; JAMES W, Blacksmith and 
carriagemaker, S Carson 



Gold Hill, 

8TOBEY COUNTY, 

Is an incorporated mining town, situated 
so near to Virginia, that the two places are 
fast merging into one. The town is a busy 
thriving place, such as prosperous mining 
towns are wont to be. One half of the 
celebrated silver-producing Comstock lodes 
is within its municipal limits, and Gold 
Canyon contains the works of some of the 
most noted silver mines in the world. 
There are upwards of 7.000 inhabitants in 
Gold Hill, and everything in and about 
the place indicates a stirring and thriving 
community. 



Agency Bank of California, W H Blauvelt 

agent, Main 
A LEI AMBER BROS, Hairdressers, 

Main 

Alta Mining Co. Wm Derby supt, Main 
Atlas Quartz Mill, John Flannery superin- 
tendent, Main 
Barnert Joseph <fe Co, clothing, Main 
Bawden Joseph, propr Golden Eagle hotel, 
Main 



BAWDEN NICHOLAS, Washing- 
ton house, Divide 

REALS A J, Dentist and photographer, 
Main 

BECKER J P, Bakery and restaurant, 
Main 

Belcher S M Co, W H Smith supt, Main 
Berliner Emil, varieties, Main 
Bernstein G F, groceries, Divide 
BE A NCIIARD «fe DIEEDER- 

ICH, Bakery and liquors, Main 
Blanchard Hank, teamster, Main 
Blauvelt W H, agt W, F & Co, and Bank 

California, Main 
Block S, Furnishing goods, Main 
BLOOM EIEED E, Furnishing goods, 

cigars and tobacco, Main 
Boston Quartz Mill, C C Stevenson propr, 

Main 

Bostwick & Robinson, groceries, Main 
BREWER RICHARD, Dairv 
BROOKS ROBT, Hairdresser, and 

baths, Main 
Brown & Page, Penobscot house, Main 
Bl'LLARD A D, Propr Vesey house, 

Main 

Burnell Strong, carpenter and builder, 
Main 

( AIFREY «A MOORE, Liquors, 
Main 

CAHEX A, Cigars, tobacco, candy, 

fruits, wines, etc, Main 
Caledonia G & S M Co, Chas Forman su- 
perintendent, Main 
Carre A, liquors, Main 
Carrick B H, lumber, Main 
Carroll Mrs Mary, boarding house, Main 
Chamberlain E J, architect, Divide 
Chegwidden & Mitchell, liquors, Main 
Chubbuck S W, mangr W U Tel Co, Main 
CLARK «fc STEARNS, Groceries 

and liquors, Divide, cor Shelton 
CLARK E L, Propr Centreville hotel, 

opposite Caledonia mine, Main 
COHN ALEX, Fancy and drygoods, 

ladies' and Misses' shoes, Main 
CON WELL WM O, Dentist, Main 
Cook E C, justice of peace, Main 
Cooley Bros, carriage painters, Main 
Corcoran John, Piute house, Main 
Coverdale Thomas, barber, Main 
Crown Point S M Co, S L Jones supt, Main 
DALY JAMES, Liquors, Main 
Davis D H, liquors, Main 
DAVIS Mrs H A D, Proprss Concord 

house, Main 
DAICHY H O, St Charles market, 

Main 

DAY W H, Day's saloon, cor Main and 

Petaluma 
Dodge & Shane, liquors, Main 
Dodson & Co, market and groceries, on 

the Divide 

DOTEN ALF, proprietor and pub- 
lisher "Gold Hill News," Main 



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Douglas Quartz Mill, C C Stevenson pro- 
prietor, Main 

Dumars T, liquors, Main 

DUM WM, Liquors, Main 

Dupas Bros, gun and locksmiths, Main 

Dufrey Geo, restaurant, Main 

EASSIE WM, Mining Chief Engineer 
Prospect Mining Co 

EMMETT GEO, Foundry and ma- 
chine shop, Main 

Falconer, A F, physician, Main 

FITZPATRICR JOHN F, Man- 
ager A & P Tel Co, Main 

FITZPATRICK MICHAEL, Pro- 
prietor Pioneer hotel, Main 

FOX ANTHONY, Union Scales, Main 

Fox Jacob, wagonm alter, Main 

Fox L T, market, Main 

FRANKEL BROS, Stock and money 
brokers, Main 

ERASER SIMON, Sapphire saloon, 
Main 

FRASER «fc SPRAGEE, Boot- 
makers, Main 

FREEMAN JOHN, Saloon, Bower's 
grade 

GALLAGHER THOS, General 

freighter, depot 
GALLAMD B, Drygoods, Main 
GALLATIN D S & CO, Hardware, 

stoves, mill and mining supplies, Main 
GALLUP O H, Cigars, tobacco and 

varieties, Main 
Gardner Mrs Mary, boarding house, Main 
GIBSON W B C, Liquors, Main 
GOLB HILL BAILY NEWS, Alf 

Doten propr and publisher, Main 
Gould Alex, harness and saddlery 
GRANT J «& G, Bootmakers, Main 
GRANT R W, Furniture, carpets, 

crockery, etc, Main 
GRAY & ROBLES, El Dorado meat 

market Main 
GRAY WM, Nevada meat market, 

Main 

GRIBBLE «fe TREMBY, Liquors, 
Main 

Haab Geo, market, Main 
Hall G W & Co, news depot, Main 
HALL J U, Physician, Main 
HALL WM, Capitol lodging house, 
Main 

HALL W N «& CO, Hardware, Main 
Hanson W S, liquors, Divide 
Hawb C, Fountain house, Main 
HENRY WM, Agt V & TEE, depot 
Herve E F, liquors, Main 
Hopkins Geo W, secv Y J M Co, Main 
HURLEY JOHN, Boiler wks, Divide 
Ignasios Antonc, fruits, Main 
Jaubcrt C, liquors 

JEFFREE E B, Alta market, on 
Divide 

Jewett & Miller, paints, oils and wall paper, 
Main 



JONES J Jr, Druggist, Main 

Justice G & S M Co, C A Shultz superin- 
tendent, Main 

Keating E P & Co, stock brokers, Main 

KIRBY «fc SCHNABEL, Physi- 
cians, Main 

KLINE FREDERICK, Harness 
and saddles, Main 

Knickerbocker, S M Co, H V S, McCul- 
lough supt, Main 

Lady Washington G & S M Co, E P Keat- 
ing supt, Main 

Lafee A, propr Lafee hotel, Bower's grade 

La Eiviere Nelson, carpenter and under- 
dertaker, Main 

Lee William, supt Prospect Mining Co 

LEMERY V, General Mernhandise, 
opposite Gold Hill foundry, Main 

Leviathan M Co, Jasper Babcock superin- 
tendent, Main 

LOWERY «fc ENOS, Liquors and 
billiards, Main 

LOYNACHAN J D, Town Marshal, 
Main 

Magee T J, physician, Main 

MANSON PETER, Physician, Main 

MARSHALL JOHN A «fc CO, 

Blacksmiths, Main 
Marshall J B, postmaster, stationery and 

varieties, Main 
Marks & Frankinfield, hairdressers, Main 
Mason Fred, clerk Washington house, Main 
McCann M L, bootmaker, Main 
McCULLOUGH «& CO, Assayers, E 

Terra assayer, Main 
McGurn T E, groceries, Main 
McKnight James, bootmaker, Main 
McRAE DUNCAN, bootmaker, Mam 
MERCER RICHARD, Groceries, 

crockery, etc, Main 
Meserve & Casey, liquors, Main 
MILLER L, Watchr and jeweler, Main 
Mitchell Peter, liquors, Main 
Mohoskie Frank, bootmaker} Main 
MOORE & BOOK, Nevada screen 

works, on the Divide 
MYERS H, Merchant tailor, Main 
New York G & S M Co, Eobt Apple super- 
intendent, Main 
Niagara M Co, — Alperson supt, Main 
NICOLE WILLIAM, Bootmaker, 

Depot avenue 
NOLAN A BRENNAN, Liquors, 

Depot avenue 
Ockel Charles, liquors, Main 
OGG SIMON, Eclipse and Crown 

Point livery stables, Mam 
ORSER «& 'BENDER, Proprietors 

Nevado hotel, Main 
Overman S M Co (new shaft), Charles 

Form an supt, Main 
Pacific Quartz Mill, Wm Gray supt, Main 
PAILLON F, Bootmaker, Main 
Papoose Quartz Mill, Charles Golden 

supt, Main 



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I* tKRl.lt Mrs MART, Succor 

boardinghouse, Main 
Pechner D, hairdresser, Main 
Petaluma Quartz Mill, Main 
PETERSON C E «fc CO, Photo- 
graphers, Main 
PHIPPS WILLIAM, Proprietor 

Franklin house, Main 
Price C H, liquors, Main 
KADOVKIl *V HANI, Restau- 
rant, Main 
Randall J, wagonmaker, Main 
Betastflin & Wolf, clothing, Main 
Rhode Island Mill. 8 L Jones supt, Main 
RICHARDSON Mrs C Iff, Ladies 1 
furnishing goods, cor Pioneer & Main 
ROBERTS SAMUEL, Liquors.Main 
ROBINSON «V MrKENZIE, 

Painters and grainers, Main 
ROSS G MoM, Assayer, Mam 
Ruflner C J, cigars and tobacco, Main 
Sapphire Quartz Mill. Main 
SAUNDERS G S. Constable, Main 
Schramm G, bootmaker 
S« HI'LX A II. Tailor. Main 

SCHWEIS S, Liquors & brewery.Main 
S. nator S M Co, H V 8 McCullough 

supt, Main 
Silva Manuel, barber, Main 
Silver Hill Mug Co, N C Hall supt, Main 
Simpson William, barber, Main 
Smith C, Miners' Home hotel, Main 
S H I T II CHARLES, Bootmaker, 

Main 

Smitli James Hav, notary public, Main 
Smith W H . rapt Belcher 8 M Co, Main 
IOUTHWORTH SAMUEL, Liq- 
uors, Main 

STANDISH M G, Cashier agency of 

Bank California, Main 
STEPHENS st PETERS, Liquors, 

Main 

Stern A- Son, groceries, Main 
Stewart A B & Co, druggists, Main 
STONE Mrs ANNIE, Boarding and 

lodging, Main 
Sm-ror Mill and Mng Co, 8 B Sequr supt, 

Main 

Tagliabue A Wheeler, surveyors and civil 

engineers, Main 
Taylor T G, prest and supt Jellow Jacket 

8 M Co, Main 
Tliif rmanA, fruit, candy, etc, Main 
jphom at Eaot, liquors, Main 
TllOltltl K\ I>. Cigars, stationery 

and varieties, Main 
TOBENER CHARLES, Liquors; 

propr Tobener's hotel, Main 
WARE A MARSHALL, Groceries, 
Main 

WAGNER Mrs M J, Millinery and 

dressmaking, Main 
\\ AM II JOII\ E, Restaurant, Main 
Waller's Defeat Mng Co, C A Schultz, 

supt, Main 



1VEIDEMANW CHRIS, Crown 

Point Exchange saloon, Main 
W T oodville M Co, George Honsinger supt 
Winters Ebeneezer, lodgings, Third 
Woodville Quartz Mill. Fred Titus supt,Mn 
WOOLLEY THOMAS, Gold Hill 
boiler works, on the Divide 



Reno, 

WASHOE COUNTY. 

Located on the Central Pacific railroad 
and Truckee river, 154 miles from Sacra- 
mento. It is connected with Virginia and 
Carson City hy the Virginia and Truckee 
railroad. The town is rapidly improving, 
and has a very good district surrounding 
it. It is the county seat of Washoe county. 



ALEXANDER «fc HAYDEN, 

Proprietors Reno "Evening Gazette," 
Sierra 

ALT GEORGE, Liquors, Commercial 
row 

Anderson A C, hotel, plaza 

ANSEXMO TORELLI, Liquors, 
Virginia-st 

ASH R W, Agent for D W Earl, depot 

ASH MORRIS, Liquors, Virginia-st 

Ayer W, hay and grain 

Barlow H W, constable and collector 

BARNES A H, Proprietor Golden 
Eagle hotel, Sierra 

RARNETT BROS, Drygoods and 
clothing, cor Virginia and Coml row 

BECK «fc CO, Groceries, hardware, 
crockery, etc, cor Virginia and Com- 
mercial row 

BECKER CHARLES, Liquors, 
Virginia-st 

BECKER J G, Liquors, Coml row 

BECKER J J, Liquors and restau- 
rant, cor Virginia and Coml row 

BELL FRANK, Superintendent W U 
Telegraph Co, Commercial row 

BENDER DA* CO, Bankers 
and brokers, Commercial row 

BIANCHI G B «fc CO, Reno Coffee 
mills, Virginia-st 

Bishop S, physician, Virginla-st 

Boardman & Varian, attorneys-at-law, 
Second 

Bowker John S, deputy county recorder 
and auditor, Courthouse 

Boyd, Reno Lumber Co 

Bonstein L, liquors, Virginia-st 

Bosch Fred, stoves and tinware, plaza 

BO VERIO «fe COMOZZI, Liquors 
and boarding house, Virginia-st 

BRADLEY MORRIS G, Davis 
sewing machine agency 

B BOO KINS C J, Fruit and varie- 
ties, Virginia-st 



H. Wachhorst has Rings from plain, solid Gold to the costliest Diamond Setting, 79 J st. 



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BROOKS GEORGE G, Black- 
smith 

Brown J C & Co, liquors, Virgmia-st 
Budden GWH, photographer, Virginia-st 
BUKCEL ROBERT, Blacksmith 

and wagonmaker, plaza 
CAHJf «& BLOCH, Liquors, Com- 
mercial row 
CAIN WILLIAM, Attorney-at-law 

and District Attorney, Yirginia-st 
CHAMBERLAIN W R, Proprietor 

Depot hotel, depot 
Chambers James, liquors, Virginia-st 
CHASE C C, Liquors, Virginia-st 
Chase Mrs L M, drygoods and millinery, 

Virginia-st 
CHASE R H, Physician, homeopathic, 

Virginia-st 
CHELOVICH E, Liquors, Commer- 
cial row 

COFFIN W W, Ticket agent CPE 
R and night operator A & P Telegraph 
Co, depot 

COHEN II M, Clothing and furnish- 
ing goods, Commercial row 

Collins W M, blacksmith, Sierra 

COMSTOCK P B, County Clerk, 
Courthouse 

COPE «& WUTKE, Boot and shoe 
makers, Virginia-st 

COSSITT II B, Attorney-at-law, Vir- 
ginia-st 

CUNNINGHAM G W, Groceries, 
cigars and fruit, Commercial row 

BAYII>SON S N, Watches and jew- 
elry, Commercial row 

Dallam A P & Co, bakery, restaurant and 
lodgings, Commercial row 

Dean Louis, livery stable, Virginia-st 

BeBELL JOSEPH, Watchmaker 
and jeweler, Virginia st 

1)1 FISH EBWABB, Hairdresser, 
Virginia-st 

BUPISH Mme JENNIE, Ladies' 
hairdresser and hair goods, Sierra 

EABL I> W, Forwarding and com- 
mission merchant and grain, depot 

ELLIOTT W T C, Proprietor Inter- 
national hotel, cor Commercial row 
and Centre 

ENKLE J M, Hairdresser, Virginia-st 

Fish H L, County Assessor, Courthouse 

FOGG «& BECHTOL, Peoples' 
market, Commercial row 

Fredrick J, watches & jewelry, Comlrow 

FRIEORIECK C H, Physician, 
Commercial row 

GILSON J S, Justice of Peace, Vir- 
ginia-st 

Golden Miss M T, millinery and fancy 

goods, Virginia-st 
GREY «& ISAACS, Dry and fancy 

goods and carpets, Virginia-st 
GUNTHER JOHN B, Harness and 

saddles, Sierra 



HAGERMAN J C, Groceries, hard- 
ware and crockery, cor Commercial 
row and Sierra 
HALL GEORGE E, Custom boot- 
maker, Commercial row 
HAMMERSMITH N C, Hair- 
dresser, Virginia-st 
HAMMOND & WILSON, Livery 

stable, Commercial row 
Haskell D H, real estate agent 
Hatch A J, County Surveyor, Courthouse 
Haydon Thomas E, Attorney-at-law and 

notary public, Virginia-st 
Higgins H W, agent C P R E, depot 
Hoffmann, brewery, Sierra 
HOG AN A, Physician, Virginia-st 
Hogan Patrick, hotel, Commercial row| 
Holt R W, painter, 65 Virginia-st 
HOOLE S F, Druggist, Coml row 
HOY JOHN, Proprietor Ohio house, 

Virginia-st 
Hoyt C A, attorney-at-law and superin- 
tendent Reno "Water Co, Virginia-st 
HUFFAKER G W, Capitalist and 

farmer, Huffaker's station 
Hutchinson G R, dentist, Virginia-st 
BYBE JOHN, Bootmaker, plaza 
Hymas & Co, livery stable, cor Second and 
Sierra 

JAMISON S M, Postmaster; books, 
stationery and varieties, Coml row 

Jaquish J N, harness and saddles, Com- 
mercial row 

JOHNSON J THOMAS, Physician, 
Virginia-st 

JONES C W, Collector, Virginia-st 

Keliher Patrick, restaurant 

MIXKEAI) JAMES H, Cashier 
Reno Savings Bank, Commercial row 

KNOX W L, Atty-at-law, Virginia-st 

KNOX WILLIAM N, Pianos and 
organs, Virginia-st 

Lachman D & B, drygoods and clothing, 
Commercial row 

LAKE Mrs L A, Dressmaker, Vir- 
ginia-st 

Lamb A K Sheriff, Courthouse 
LARCOMBE JOHN, Groceries, 

hardware, etc, cor Second and Sierra 
LAYCOCK «& LUCAS, Painters, 

74 Virginia-st 
LEE Mrs WILLIAM, Ladies' hair- 
dresser and hair goods, 61 Virginia-st 
LEEPER & McKIBBIN, Props 

Pacific hotel, plaza 
Luke W J, horseshoer, Sierra 
Manning & Duck, hardware and groceries, 

Commercial row 
MYERS SAMUEL, Carpenter and 

builder, Virginia-st 
MANS Mrs MARY E, Lodgings, 

Virginia-st 
Marshall I B, attorney-at-law 
McFARLANB O, Proprietor Arcade 
• hotel, Commercial row 



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McFarlin J L, blacksmith and wagon- 
maker, cor Sierra and Third 
Milliken, Willis & Co, liquors, Coml row 
Muren Jacob, liquors, cor Sec and Va-st 
NATHAN M A BRO, Clothing, 

Virginia-st 
NEVADA STATE JOURNAL., 
C C Powning, Ed and propr, Second 
NORTON IS IS. County Treasurer 
Norton tfc Co, Truckee market, Virginia-st 
NO YEN HARRY N, Liquors and 

chdpliouse, Virginia-st 
OI>OR Gl STAVES, Carpet factory, 

t;7 Virginia-st 
PARADISE FRANK, Liquors, 
Centre 

1MKKOTT MATTHEW A, Gun- 
smith and guns, cor Second & Va-sts 
PEACOCK A SCOTT, Carpenters 

and builders, 73* South Virginia-st 
PEERN J V, Liquors, Virginia-st 
PENDOLA R, Liquors, Centre 
Phillips WD, Manager A & P Telegraph 
Co, depot 

POEEARO J D, Proprietor Pollard 

house, Commercial row 
POWNING < C, Editor and propr 

"Nevada State Journal," Second 
PRESCOTT JACOB, Drygoods, 

millinery, carpets, wall paper, etc, 

Commercial row 
RENO EVENING GAZETTE, 

Alexander & Hayden, proprs, Sierra 
RENO SAVINGS RANK, James 

H Kinkead, Cashier, M C Lake, Presi- 
dent, Commercial row 
Reno Water Co, C A Hoyt, superintendent, 

office, Virginia-st 
Richardson C A, justice of peace 
Roff N J, harness maker, Commercial row 
It I II E HENRY, Reno Market, Com- 
mercial row 
SALISBURY N J, Groceries, fruit 

and vegetables, Virginia-st 
SANDERS A. Fruit, 68 Virginia-st 
SANDERS A CO, Furniture and 

1» dding, cor Virginia and Second 
BefaultS F, tailor, Virginia-st 
SHAW J l>. Western hotel, plaza 
SHEETS H i . Dentist, Virginia-st 
SHEETS A CO. Furniture, Va-st 
SHOEMAKER Hon J S, Ass m 

blyman, Third 
Simmons C A, groceries and fruits, Va-st 
Simpson <fc Osburn, druggists, Coml row 
Smith M J, blacksmith and wagonmaker, 

Sierra 

Smith Richard, agent W F & Co, depot 
SNOW T N, Physician 
Sprague A Sanders, market, Virginia-st 
st> ddard C H, agent V and T R R, depot 
BtopherA Brady, liquors, cor Sierra & plaza 
Sturgeon J S, architect 
SI NDERLAND JOHN, Boots and 
shoes, Virginia-st 



TOMAMICHAEL G G A BROS, 

Proprs Wm Tell house, Sierra 
TOOMRS JAMES A CO, Gro- 
ceries, provisions, crockery and hard- 
ware, Sierra 
Upson, carpenter 

VESEY E A, Proprietor Lake house, 
South Virginia-st 

WEBSTER WILLIAM, Attorney- 
at-law, Second 

WELCH S E, Woodcock Restaurant, 
Virginia-st 

Wilbur, A H, manager W U Telegraph Co 

WILLIAMS JOHN B, County Re- 
corder and Auditor, Courthouse 

Wintermantel Louis, hotel and saloon, 
Centre 

YOUNG WILLIAM H, Dealer in 
lumber and wood 



Silver City, 

LYON COUNTY, 

A small town about 8 miles from Virginia. 
Is a town of some importance, and has 
some good mines, from which it draws its 
support. 

AMES O J, Blacksmith and wagonmkr 

Angell J F, livery stable 

A tkinson Mrs J M, lodgings 

Barrelet A, jeweler 

BECKER CLAUS, Oasissaloon 

BENNETTS BROS, Proprs Silver 

house, Silver City and Gold Hill stage 

line and livery stable 
Blackwood T J, physician 
Bowker Mrs Harriet, Verandah house 
Buckley Mrs A, liquors 
Burgi P, physician 
Coates Mrs E A, boarding and lodging 
Crier Jno W, broker and notary public 
CRONIN JOHN, Attorney-at-law 
Davenport T S, news, stationery, etc 
Disenroth Leo, barber 
DOUGAN HARRY, Saloon 
DAVENPORT THEODORE S, 

Postoffice and varieties 
Douglass J F, agt W U Tel Co 
Eckerman W L, liquors 
Fontecella L, boarding house 
Foote Geo, supt Devil's Gata and Pioneer 

quartz mills 
FRETT MATHIAS, Bonanza hotel 
Geier Philip, brewery 
GOETZ HENRY A STRAUSE, 

Star market 
Gowen E W, furnishing goods 
Grier John W, agent W, F & Co 
GROSS CARL A, Furnishing goods 

and manufacture of clothing 
GROSS PAUL, Meat market 
HARKIN D E, Blacksmith and 

wagonmaker 



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HARRIS II, Assaver, SE cor Main and 
Third 

Haupt Casper, liquors 

Heise Mrs Maria, lodgings 

Hodges Isaac A, fruits and tobacco 

Howard Bros, merchant tailors 

Kelsey Quartz Mill, Wm Partridge supt 

KEN YON FRANK, Propr "Lyon 
County Times" 

I, YON COUNTY TIMES, Frank 
Kenyon proprietor 

McGINNIS & CARRICK, Lumber 
deaJers 

Morrison K, harnessmaker 

MLNCKTON JOSEPH, Chrysopo- 
lis saloon 

Noble Mrs C, dressmaking 

Noyes & Hall, liquors 

Paulson John, bootmaker 

Ripley & Haas, groceries 

SILVER CITY REPORTER, 
Harry J Norton manager 

SPERLING FRANK, General mer- 
chandise, NE cor Main & Third 

Stevenson C C, supt Hope quartz mill 

Stewart A B, druggist 

Stock W, bakery 

Trenberth T M, hotel 

VINCENT THEO, Supt Bacon and 
Trench mills 

Vogan Thos, hotel 

Voght Geo, barber 

Walter F & Co, general merchandise 

WESTERFIELD W J, Supt Sher- 
man quartz mill 

Woodliff T, druggist, Main 

Zachariah Thorvald, barber 

Zabriskie C B, physician 

Welsh Mrs Anna, dressmaker 



Virginia, 

STOBEY COUNTY, 

Has a population of about 23,000 inhabit- 
ants; is situated on the eastern slope of 
Mount Davidson. It is the county seat of 
Storey county, the richest in the State, 
and is connected with San Francisco by 
the Central Pacific railroad and Virginia 
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Adams Charles, plumber and gasfitter 
north B 

Adams John, liquors, 214 south C 
ADKISON O O, Postmaster, 
south C 

ADLER BERNARD, Tailor, 
north C 

AIKEN P J, Physician, 54 south C 
Aitchison Geo, physician, 58b south C 
Alabama Mng Co, Guy Thorpe secretary, 

Odd Fellows' building 
Allen J A, market and fruits, 60 north C 



Alphonse Louis, hairdresser, 93a north C 
American Flat Mng Co, E Strother supt, 

Odd Fellows' bldg 
AMIOTTE LOUIS, Bootmaker, 267 

south C 

Anderson Charles, tailor, 13 north B 
Anderson C L, chief engineer V and TER, 
2 north D 

ANGIUS N, Groceries, fruit, candy, 

nuts, etc, 13 south C 
Ascheim M, barber, 47 south C 
Ascheim Wm, cigars & tobacco, 54 south C 
Ash Augustus, U S Marshal, Taylor . 
ASH WILLIAM H, Stationery and 

fancy goods, cor C and Taylor 
Asher S, tailor, Divide 
Aude Francis L, atty-at-law, Douglass bldg 
Babcock C P, stoves & tinware, 11 north B 
PACKER HENRY, Liquors, 4 

south D 

BAGGOTT Mrs E, Dressmaker, 28 

north C 

BAKER S » «fe C C, Groceries and 

produce, 94 south C 
Balch D W, assay office, cor C and Taylor 
Baltimore Con Mng Co, E Strother supt, 

Odd Fellows' bldg 
BANK OF CALIFORNIA 

(Agency of), J P Martin agent, SW 

cor C and Taylor 
BANNER BROS, Clothing, furnish- 
ing goods, boots, shoes, hats and caps, 

cor G and Taylor 
BARE EDWARD, Furrier, 90a 

soiith C 

BARNERT JOSEPH «fc CO, 

Clothing, 66 south C 
BASS «& A IT RICH, Union market, 

31 south C 

BASTIAN C, Livery and feed stable, 

129 south C 
BEARNSON N, Boardinghouse, 10 

south C 

BECK II S, Furniture and crockery, 

115 south C 
Beebee Mrs C M, lodgings, 21 north C 

and 26 north B 
BEER Hon JOSEPH Assemblyman 
BEIL Mrs J S, European restaurant, 

32a north C 
Belknap C H, attorney-at-law, north C 
BELL FIS>A, Liquors, 73 north C 
BELL HARRY, Liquors, 145southC 
BELMOR GEORGE ERNEST, 

Summit boiler works, on the Divide 
B EM B A I'M W, Cigars, fruits, etc, 

269 south C 
RENDER W S, Manager A and P 

Tel Co, 42 south C 
Bennett C M, architect, Odd Fellows' bldg 
BERCK ISAAC, Ladies' readymade 

clothing and underwear, 86 south C 
Bergs tein H, physician, 21a north C 
Bettinger George, liquors, cor C & Smith 
Betzel C W, physician, 36a north C 



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KIC K FORD I, A A- CO, Furni- 
ture, 91 south C 
Bird Wm M. hair restorative, 45a north C 
BIRDMALL D II, Special sgt Giant 

Powder Co, with C Lord, Tavlor 
HI KOMI ROBKRT, Saddles and 

harness, 79 south C 
Biter W & Co, druggists, 33 north C 
Block H, watches and jewelrv, 30a south C 
BLOCK I> A CO, Drygoods, 18 
south C 

Boegle Fred, stationery and fancy goods, 
48a south C 

KORKU IX A R iZALL, Hair- 
dressers and baths, 63d south C 

KOKXHOFOT A C OOK, Liquors, 
2 south D 

UK AX SOX «V STEWART, Attor- 

nt vs-at-law, 73a south C 
HKI I I) A CROSBY, Wood, coal, 

lime, hay and grain, 2a north C 
HRKK V JOHN A SOX, Cigars & 

tobacco, 136a south C 
RRIITZ A, Genl agent Nevada Mutual 

Life Ins Co, 90 south C 
KRISACHFK A A C O, Wholesale 

liquors, 24 south C 
BEOWN, HOFFMANN A CRA- 

VFX, Surveyors, 70 south C 
KKOWX JOIIX K.Attornrv-at-law 
K RO AV X A M AHA X X V, Book and 

job printers; publishers "Footlight," 

cor C and Tavlor 
KROWX A TASSFLL, Boots and 

shoes, 56a south C 
KKOWX X A CO, Clothing, 27 

south C 

KKI 'MS FY J A, General insurance 
agencv, 70 south C 

KIFFIOX MXG CO, Joseph Gruss 
Secretary. 54 south C 

K V KX FS JOIIX, Proprietor Washoe 
house, 206 south C 

RFRKF B, Blacksmith and wagon- 
maker, 320 south C 

BUTCH F C, Watches and jewelry, 
80 south C 

Campbell M, liquors, 228 south C 

Carpenter — , 49 south D 

CAYAlfAGH THOMAS, Proprie- 
tor Chapin house, 131 south C 

Champlain House, 189 south C 

Chapman A, dentist, 150a south C 

Chappuis A, liquors, cor Union and D 

Charles Mrs T, lodgings, 89 south C 

CHAUMOND F, French Patisserie, 
10 north C 

CFARFSY JOHN, Liquors, 18 
south B 

CFAKK C IF Genl mdse, 170 south C 
CLARK A BICE, Dentists, 17a 
south C 

CFAKK F IV II A CO, Stockbrok- 
ers, 51 south C 
ClausB M R, liquors, 73 south C 



CLEATOR ROBERT, Bootmaker, 
Union 

COCHRAN ROBERT, Stoves and 
tinware, 93a south C 

Cody Mrs E, drvgoods, 164b south C 

COHEN HENRY P, Bookkeeper 
"Territorial Enterprise," 23 south C 

COHN A, Furnishing goods and pawn- 
broker, 230b south C 

COHN HENRY, Ladies' wear, 
1 Union 

COHN A ISAACS, Clothing, 14 
south C 

Cole A M, druggist, 88 south C 
Coleman Chas, barber, 15a south C 
COLEMAN G P, Agent A S Hallidie's 

wire rope, Taylor 
COFFINS O B, Physician, 64a south C 
Columbia Mng Co, Guy Thorpe secretary, 

Odd Fellows' bldg 
Connerton John, ovster and chop house, 

120 south C 
CONN F M A F W, Physns, 29 south C 
Conrad L, barber, 309 south C 
Converse Geo T, agent S F Candle Co, 

Odd Fellows' bldg 
COOPER A HIFF, Groceries, fruit, 

vegetables, game, etc, 17 south C 
CORX AVALL A, Dentist, 24a south C 
CORN WEFF Mrs MARY, Demor- 

est patterns and lodgings, 39 north C 

and 42 north B 
Cowen & Sliter, liquors, 62 south C 
CO AVI E L T, Atty-at-law, 37a south C 
Cox Thos N, atty-at-law, 220 south C 
Crandall Mrs V, dressmaker, 30 north B 
CRANE Mrs E N, Dressmaking and 

Butterick patterns, 6 north C 
CRANE W B, General agent New York 

Life Insurance Co, 37a south C 
Crowe Mrs J S, restaurant, 37 north C 
CFRRAN Mrs H E, Dry and fancy 

goods, 156 south C 
CF T RRAN HUGH, Bootmaker, 156a 

south C 

Currie J C, auctioneer, 25 south C 
Curtis John, barber, 174 south C 
Dalev James L, hatter, 52 south C 
DALY Mrs ANNIE, Temperance 

house, 172 south C 
Daniels A, bootmaker, 103 south C 
DAPELLO LOFTS, Liquors, fruits, 

candy, etc, 93 north C 
Dattalbaum Ph, tailor, 53 south D 
Davis E S, United States surveyor General, 
Davis L R, merchant tailor, 8 north C 
DEININGER JOHN, California 

Brewery, 52 south D 
Delav ifc Casey, plumbers, 79 south C 
DEFLEPIANE A NOCE, Grocer- 
ies, 111 north C 
DERBY A GARHART, Livery 

stable, 42, 44 and 46 south B 
OFSROSIERS HENRY, Liquors, 
54 north C 



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DEWEY J C, Hotel and restaurant, 

198 south C 
DIETZ HENRY. Bakery, 114 south C 
DICKINSON JOHN, Liquors and 

restaurant, 150 south 
DICKMAN E, Groceries, 15 south C 
DICK. MAN «& HINK, Liquors, 7 

south C 

Doake, Hobart & Co, hardware, 61 south C 
Donnelly John C, cigars and tobacco, 110 
south C 

DONOGHUE WM, Restaurant, 28a 
south C 

DOUGEASS J H, Notary Public, 

Courthouse 
DOUGEASS J M, Money broker, 50 

south C 

Dowdenn Mrs Grace, dressmaking, 106 
south C 

Downing J W, merchant tailor, 99 south C 
Drake F V, District Attorney, Odd Fellows' 
building 

DRAKE & GASTON, Attorneys-at- 

law, Odd Fellows' building 
DREXEER E I* «fc CO, Stock bro- 
ker, Odd Fellows' bldg, cor C & Smith 
Driscoll D & Co, stock brokers, 12 south C 
DWYER TIMOTHY, Golden City 

restaurant, 131 south C * 
EBEREE «fc THOMAS, Barbers, 

116b south C 
Ebner Konrad, bootmaker, 17a south C 
ECKHOFF WM, Liquors, 33 south C 
Eckley J W, cashr agcy Bank California, 
EDWARDS & CROZIER, Liquors 

cor E and Union 
EDWARDS & MARTIN, Insur- 
ance agency, fire,'life and accident, 11 
south C 

Elder Wilson, secyN Con Va G & S M Co, 

37a south C 
Elliott A B, attorney-at-law, 3 north B 
EEEIOTT GEO, Attorney-at- law, 3 

north B 

EMRICK, W, Bootmaker, Divide 
ENGEES F H, Physician and surgeon, 
70 south C 

ENTERPRISE PUBEISHING 

CO, Publishers "Territorial Enter- 
terprise " (daily and weekly), 23 
south C 

EREANGER «fc HESS, Stock and 
money brokers, 74 south C 

ESCAEIN AUGUST, Virginia res- 
taurant, 47b south C 

ESSEEBURN E, Liquors, 180 south C 

EVANS BROS, Chop and oyster 
house cor C and Union 

EZEKIEES «& AETSCHUE, Auc- 
tioneers, 87 south C 

Falardo C & Co, liquors, 41 north D 

FARREEE J J, Plumber, gasfitter & 
gas fixtures, 7 north B 

FETTERMAN W W, Homeopathic 
physician, 220 south C 



FINNEY «fc MORI ARTY, Paints, 

oils and wall paper, 34 south B 
FITZMIER & ARMBRUST, Bak- 
ery, restaurant and confectionery, 27 
north C 

FEICK C E, Bonanza restaurant, 30 

north C 

FEURSHUTZ J M, Confectionery 

and restaurant, 9 south C 
Follett Miss M E, -shirt factory, 181 south C 
Ford M & P H, groceries, 85 south C 
FOWEER H R, Physician and medi- 
cal director Nevada Life Inssurance 
Co, 90a south C 
Fox Anthony, County Assessor, Court- 
house, 3 north B 
Francis R C hairdresser, 198b south C 
FRANKEE «fc BEOCK, Stock and 

money brokers, 65 south C 
FRANKEIN «fc SCHROEDER, 

Washoe Brewery, 284 south C 
FRANSCINI G & CO, Liquors, 33 
north D 

FREDERICKS JOSEPH, Paints, 

oils, wall paper, glass, mouldings, etc, 
43 south C 

FREDRICK M M, Pioneer watch- 
maker, 74a south C ; propr Fredrick 
house, cor C and Union 

FRIEDEANDER G, Tailor, 94b 

north C 

Friedmann M, cigars and tobacco, 50a 
south C 

FUETON FOUNDRY, On the Di- 
vide 

GAINES RICHARD, New York 

Bakery, and restaurant, 100a south C 
GAEEAGHER Mrs M, Proprietress 

Smith house (lodgings), 89a north C 
GAEEEN <& CROSSM AN, Liquors, 

Divide 

GAEEO WAY JAMES, Attorney-at- 
law, 9 north B 
GERATY OWEN, Propr Young's 

restaurant, 71 south C 
Gerhardt & Smith, hairdressers, Union 
GERMAIN WM C, Bootmaker, 129 

north C 

Gillig John, hardware, stoves and metals, 

33 and 35 south C 
GIEEINGHAM C F, Physician, 67 

south C 

Giovannary, Mrs P A, dressmaker, 47 
north C 

Glucksmau Isaac, ladies' underwear, 105a 

south C 
Goldberg S, tailor, 69 south C 
GOODFRIEND ISAAC, Furniture, 

10 north B 

GOODWIN C C, Editor "Territorial 

Enterprise," 23 south C 
GOSSE THEODORE, Eureka hotel, 

south C 

GOUNSKY J, Tailor, 311 south C 
Graham Mrs A, ladies' hairdr, 67a north C 



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GRAHAM J H, Attorney-at-law, 63' 
south C 

GRANT JOHN. Physician, 19 south C 
liKAV Mrs GEO A, Dressmaker, 25 

north 
Gray Mrs J D, hotel, Divide 
GREEN W O, Agent Singer mfg Co, 

164 south C 
Gross A 8cogiii, carpenters, 68 south D 
<.KOS.II V\ PETER, Barber. 105 
south C 

GRUBS JOSEPH, Mining secretary 

and ins agent, 54 eoutb C 
G I I I I \ J A, Physician, 4a north C 
Gt GMVl A MITCHELL,, Liq- 
uors, 8 south C 
GUGNIlfA P, Liquors, 25 north C 
Gi l ED J E, City Clerk, 44 south D 
GUIOTT DENIM, Upholsterer, 72 
south D 

GI DEA VCII «fc BOEH, Boots 

and shoes, 24a south C 
Gunther F, bootmaker, 2 south B 
Haist & Henrich, surveyors, 37a south C 
II ALLECK BROS, Furniture and 

carpets, 61 south C 
Hampton J C & Co, groceries, 35 and 37 
north C 

HAN AH S, Watches and jewelry, 64 
south C 

Harrington Daniel, liquors, 98a south C 
II Alt BIS «V BKO, Cigars & tobacco, 

2a south C 
Harris Chas, jeweler, 152 south C 
II A It It IS E B, Physician, 15 north C 
HARRIS D J, Bair dresser, 45a north C 
Harris Isaac, tailor, 11 south B 
HATCH BltOS, Groceries, produce, 

crockery, etc, 19 south C 
Hayes Mrs, D, restaurant, 152a south C 
HAVES A \ E Y I \. Groceries, NE 

cor C and Smith 
Hazen H, paints, oils and wall paper, 

25 north C ; and butcher, 29 north C 
HAZLETON B E. Liquors* C H 

Moore agent, 2 north D 
Hazzard Mrs F C, lodgings, 6a north C 
HEATH HARK W, Physician, 90s 

south C 

HEEEBON TIIOS, Oyster and chop 

house, 7 north C 
HEM EN WAT J W, Blacksmith and 

wagonmaker, 17 and 19 south B 
II E\ LEY M J, Insurance agency, 63 

south C 

Herbold A Co, restaurant and bakery, 11 
south C 

Hertlein F, liquors, 28 north C 

HEYM \\ BltOS «V CO, Furniture, 
carpets, and crockery, cor B & Taylor 

Hickok W B, insurance agency, Odd Fel- 
lows' building 

Hill * <>lc<1< n, attorney-at-law, 48 south C 

Hill W H. U S Ganger, Taylor 

Hillyer C J, attorney-at-law, Taylor 



Hirsch S, merchant tailor, Union 
HOBART, MARLETTE «fc CO, 

Wood (wholesale) , 54 south C 
Hodges D F, pub admstrator, Courthouse 
HODGERS HENRY, Liquors, 

118 V 2 south C 
Hoffman John, liquors, 43 north C 
Hoffmann S, drygoods, 4 north C 
HOLMES M, Dentist 93b south C 
HOOPER AARON, Liqrs, 5 north C 
Hopkins H St Geo, physician, 27 south C 
Horigan John, tailor, Divide 
Horst Hermann, liquors, 3 south C 
HOWARD M, Hair Restorative, 67 

north C 

Huddy Thomas, hairdresser, 110 south C 
III GHES P T, Groceries and pro- 
duce, 126a south C 
Hulley Thomas, liquors, 13 south C 
HERD E, Photographer, 80a south C 
Isaacs Joseph, tailor, 89b south C 
Isner D, glazier, 30 south B 
Jackson D H, superintendent North Cons 

Va G & S M Co, 37a south C 
Jackson Mrs L E, millinery, 78 south C 
James & Wrinkle, civil engnrs, 2 north D 
J EPSON TITUS, Columbo Restau- 
rant, 29 south B 
Johnson J H, millinery, 228 south C 
Johnson S, tailor, Union 
Jose Thomas, hotel, 166 south C 
Kaneen J S, mavor, 44 south D 
BE A EAR FRED, Bootmaker, 53 
south D 

K ED EN BUBO J H, California 

Bakerv, 184 south C 
KEIIOE DENIS, Restaurant, 99 

north C 

KELLY JAMES, Liquors, 64b south 

C and 9 north C 
KELLY JAMES, Wholesale liquors, 

148 south C 
KELLY M G, Liquors, 99a north C, 

cor Mill 

KELLY T E, Sheriff, Courthouse 
K ELTON «fc THOMAS, Attorneys- 

at-law, 28a south C 
KEMP J C, Photographer, 23 north C 
KEN IS JOHN, Brass Fndry, south D 
Kennedy A, hairdresser, baths and cigars, 

112 south C 
KIEBSKI «fc CO, Books, stationery, 
music and fancy goods, picture frames 
and circulating librarv, 90 south C 
KILLEEN J W, Liquors, 118 south C 
KINO GEORGE A, Agent for The 
Agency Nevada Bank, southeast cor C 
and Taylor 
Kingsbury S A, restaurant, Union 
Kinsman John, Oro hotel, 36 south D 
KIBK PATRICK M, Attorny-at-law 
KIRK PA TRICK «& STEPH- 
ENS, Attorneys-at-law, 58b south C 
KIKSCHBRAUN, SON «fc CO, 
Groceries, 95 south C 



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KLINE FREDERICK, Harness 

and saddles, Divide 
KLUEGEL E A, Cashier of The 

Agency of Nevada Bank, southeast 

cor C and Taylor 
KNAPP II, Homeopathic Physician, 

77 south C 

KNIGHT JAMES, Liquors, 6 south C 
KNOX JOHN, Justice of Peace, 

Township No 2, 3 north B 
KOSSMANN E,US Bestaurant, 81 

south C 

Krause Wm, groceries, 288 south C 
KRUTTSCHNITT A H & CO, 

Liquors, cor D and Taylor 
LaBROUSSE A de, Veterinary Sur- 
geon, 9 north B 
Lackey B F, Chief of Police, 95 north C 
Lady Bryan Mining Co, Guy Thorpe Sec- 
retary, Odd Fellows' building 
LAFLEUR <& HILL, Boots and 

shoes, 43a north C 
LAIGNEAU ABEL, Steam coffee 

and spice mills, 142 south C 
Lamott V F, propr Empire hotel, Divide 
LAUCK ANTON, Market, 126 south C 
LAWRENCE & YOLLMERS, 
Wm Tell house, liquors and lodgings, 
47 south C 

LEE W T, Photographer, 149 south C 
LEFEVRE J B B, Druggist, 208 
south C 

LEGATE C T, Oysters, 5 north C 
LEGREE & MARTINONI, Liq- 

ors, 2 north D 
LeG-uen Thos, physician, 107a south C 
LEVINSON J I>, Fancy goods, mu- 
sic, pianos, etc, 104 south C 
Levy J & Bro, drygoods, 26 south 
LEWIS <fc DEAL, Attorneys-at-law, 
63 south C 

Liebes Bros & Co, cigars and tobacco, 70a 
south C 

LINOS AY «& OICKSON, Attor- 
neys-at-law, Taylor 
Lipman S & Co, drygoods, 32 south C 
Livery stable, Divide 

LONKEY L, Nevada lodg hse, Divide 
LONKEY «fc SMITH, Lumber 

dealers, cor C and Mill 
Lord F C, U S Bevenue Collector and 

agent Giant Powder Co, Taylor 
Loryea Mrs Sarah, millinery, 28 south C 
LOVE W C, Attorney-at-law and No- 
tary Public, Douglass building 
LOVELY N «fc BRO, Chophouse, 
5 south C 

LOWERY ROBERT E, Attorney- 
at-law, 5 north B 
Lubelski Mrs R, varieties, Divide 
Lynch James H, cigars, etc, 230 south C 
MacOONALO JAMES, Newsdealer, 
83 south C 

MAESTRETTI * CO, Bakery, con- 
fectionery and chop house, 35 south C 



Magee T J, physician, 4a north C 
Maguire Mrs M P, millinery and dress- 
making, 2 north C 
Main Mrs Mary, dressmaker, 181a, south C 
MAIRET A J, Watchmaker and jew- 
eler, 81a north C 
MALLON J «& J B, Groceries, liq- 

ors and crockery, 44 south C 
MANNING WILLIAM, Watches 

and jewelry, <76a south C 
MANSON J, Physician, 87a south C 
MARIONI PETER, Liquors and 

groceries, cor E and Union 
MARKEY EUGENE, Saloon, Baltic 
switch 

Marks Charles, barber, 49 south C 
MARPLE J H, Attorney-at-law, cor 

Union and B 
Marshall Thomas, tailor, 97 south C 
MARTIN J P, Agent for Bank of Cal- 
ifornia, southwest cor C and Taylor 
Martin Samuel & Co, groceries, 5 north B 
MARYE GEORGE T, Stock and 

Money Broker, 54a south C 
MASEL «& STEFFIN, Empire Mar- 
ket, 41 north C 
Mathewson J H, dep U S rev collr, Taylor 
MAUSER & BAUHOF, Union 

Bakery, 81 north C 
Mayer Mrs Fannie, capitalist, 6a north C 
Mayer Henry, liquors, Union 
Mayer Leopold, hairdresser, 33 south C 
MAYES WM,. Restaurant, 6south D 
MAYFIELD Mrs E, Dressmaker, 

103 south C 
McAleece R S, hotel, Divide 
MCCARTHY O E, Propr "Virginia 
Evening Chronicle," Taylor bet C 4 D 

McCarthy & sullivan, 

Groceries, 122 south C 
MCCARTHY TIMOTHY, Liquors, 

92a south C 
McDonald A M, groceries, 71 north C 
McDonald J W, blacksmith, 36 south B 
McDonald Mrs L E, dressmaker, 10 south C 
McOONALO M E, Oakland restau- 
rant and confectionery, 98 south C 
McFarland J P, Connty Clerk, courthouse 
McFARLANO JOHN P «fc CO, 

Lumber dealers, 57 F 
McGURN, T R, Groceries and pro- 
duce, 39 north C & 116 south C 
McKEOWN THOMAS, Carriage 

painter, south C 
McLachlan Wm, Citv Assessor, 44 south D 
McLEAN DONALD, Physician, 89 
south C 

MCMILLAN «& CO, Groceries, 31 
north C 

McNair Frank, chief fire dept, 44 south D 
McQUAIO JOHN A, Attorney-at- 
law, Douglass building 
Meadows Wm, painter, 33 south D 
MEOIN «fc LUCICH, Liquors, cor C 
and Union 



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Mtlluish F, jewelry, 154 south C 
YIISKk 11 S A H S, Attorncys-at- 

U w, 48 south C 
Meyer, Isidore, tailor, Union 
M I M T OTIC II ANDREW, 

Liquors, 7 north B 
Miller J D, bootmaker, Divide 
niLLKK Mrs R T, Drygoods and 

fancy goods, 126b south C 
Mills J H, insurance agency, 37a south C 
MULIM1LLI P P, Propr Molinelli's 

hotel, 9 north C 
llonaco A Delpuy, chop <fe oyster house, 
54 south C 

nOODY A RIORDEN, Liquors, 

62 south C 
K00M9 Miss Anna, restaurant, Divide 
MOO\ HY Wl LM AM, Li very stable, 

20 ,v 21 south B 
M(Mt<; AN J M. Atty-at-law, north C 
MOREtRTY W, Bootmaker, 1% 
south C 

M«.rris A Nathan, drvgoods, 22 south C 
MOSES THOM AS, Justice of Peace 
Motta Carl, bootmaker, 78 north C 
Murray Joseph F, barber, Divide 
MIR R A V W J, Liquors, 1 south B 
M I E E E E R CH A R EES, Fredericks 

burg saloon, 1 south C 
Ml EEEER A E1C IIEE, Liquors, 

136 south C 
.\KLSOX J C, Expressman, cor D and 
Mill 

NEVADA RANK (the agency of), 
George A King, agent, SE cor C and 
Taylor 

NEVADA MUTUAL EIFE IN- 
■UllANCE CO, H A Gaston, prest; 
F V Drake, secy; Odd Fellows' bldg 
Newman 8, clothing, 79a north C 
Newton Mrs E E, ladies' hairdresser, 103 
south 

Nichol F D, County Recorder A Auditor, 

courthouse 
Nicholas A Coltman, painters, 5 south B 
MOBILE A EICHETICH, Gro 

ceries, fruit, candy, etc, 31a south C 
Noe Mrs E Page, millinery, 101 south C 
Not 1 Solomon, livery stable, Divide 
Noltemeier C A, boots A shoes, 108 south C 
Norton M, constable 

NO V AC O VII II J, Groceries, fruit, 

cigars, etc, 17a north C 
NYE A CRADDOCK, City market, 

121 north C 
Odd Fellows' Building, cor C A Smith 
Odgi i s A Jewell, liquors, 110 south C 
OLIVER A BROWN, Liquors, 

130 south C 
O'NEILL JOHN, Merchant tailor, 

63c south C 
O R N 1> O R E E A ADKINSON, 

Post office news depot, 83 south C 
ORNDOREE A MAC* EE, Liquors, 

4 south C 



Overton J B, supt V A G H water Co, 

48 south B 
PACKER A TUFTS, Physicians, 

58b south C 
Packsher S, cigars & tobacco, 3 north C 
PALMER CM* CO, Furnishing 

goods, cigars and varieties, 78 south C 
PARDEILLAN ISADORE, 

Liquors, 47b north C 
Park F A, paints, 50 south D 
Pasmore, E J, Co Supt Schools, courthouse 
PEARCE A ESTEP, Undertakers, 

89a south C 
PEASLEY A MERCER, Stoves, 

tinware, plumbing, mill and mining 

work, 34 south B 
PEN DER4.AKT C C, Agent Wells, 

Fargo A Co's bank and express, 67 A 

69 south C 

PENH A EL JOHN, Liquors, 6 north C 
PER AMI II M A CO, Liquors, 21 

and 87 north C 
PERKINS, W A, Druggist, 84 south]C 
Petri David, bootmaker and liquors, 65 

north C 

PIDCvE A PATTERSON, Inter 

national saloon, 3 north C 
Pilger & Co, cigars, etc, 9 north C 
Pilger Mrs L, dressmaker, 68 north C 
PIPER A RROS, Liquors, 1 north B 
Pixlev Mrs A E, ladies' furnishing goods, 

226 south C 
PLATE JOHN H, Liquors,67 south C 
Piatt & Rich, clothing, 72 south C 
POSTItiLIONE A PRIDHAM, 

Merchant tailors, 17 north C 
POWELL A STEWART, Com- 
mission, produce & fruits, 134b south C 
Pratt W P A Co, stockbrokers, 45 south C 
Price Joseph H, hairdresser. 120a south C 
PRITCHARD MAURICE, Phy 

sician, 10 south C 
Quinlan Mrs J, lodging house, 119 north C 
RALSTON A RRAZELL, Stock- 
brokers, 48 south C 
Ramsdell C G,agt Florence SM,45^ northC 
RAEHET RORERT, Hairdresser 

and baths, 26 north C 
READSHAW W J, Groceries and 

produce, 124 south C 
REQEA I L, Supt Union Mill &M Co 
REYDET A CO, Bakery and liquors, 

35 north D 
Ricketts A H, notary public, Taylor 
REIM JACOR, Liquors, 8 north C 
Reisen A, watchmaker and jeweler, 196a 
south C 

RISING RICHARD, District Judge, 

Mayre's bldg, south C 
RITTER ERED Jr, Gunsmith, 

guns and ammunition, 26 north C 
Robb James, bootmaker, 174a south C 
Roberts and Merwin, architects, 3 north B 
RORERTSON A A, Tinner, plumber 

and gasfitter, lb south B 



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Robinson B, physician, 1 sontli C 
ROCK JAMES, Livery stable, 19 
south C 

ROMAN «fc ORABNER, Hair- 
dressers, cigars & tobacco, 82 south C 
Roos Bros, clothing, 20 south C 
Rose W, civil engineer, 37a south C 
ROSENBAUM I, Cabinetmaker, 139 
south "C 

Rosenbrock John, liquors, 13 north C 
ROSS Miss A, Lodgings, 87a south C 
ROSS RICHARD, Liquors, 46 

south C 

ROT HEX B 1 CH E R J, Manufac- 
turing jeweler, 5 south C 
RULE RICHARD, Newspaper cor- 
respondent, cor E and Washington 
RYAN W B, Restaurant, 194 south C 
SAJOUS A VILLETTE, Hair- 
dressers, 47a north C 
Salsbury & James, liquors, 182 south C 
SAVAGE A A, Teamster, cor D and 
Taylor 

Sayles James, market 204 south C 
Scamman Geo, carpenter, 30 south B 
SCAN1KER S P, Attorney-at-law, 

73a south C 
SCHIERLE J G, Bootmaker, Union, 

bet B and C 
SCHLESINGER JOHN, Wholesale 

cigars, 54 south C 
SCHOENEMAN H, Guns, pistols, 

ammunition, fishing tackle, gun and 

locksmith, 9 north C 
Schoenfeld & Cook, furniture, carpets and 

crockery, 29 south C 
Schultz E A, supt Bullion Mng Co, 54 

south C 

SCHWAB GEORGE L, Liquors, 
63a south C 

SENF GEORGE, Manager W U Tel 
Co, Odd Fellows' bldg 

SHAN AH AN «fc O'CONNOR, Liq- 
uors, 162 south C 

Shaney C A, liquors, 33a north C 

Shaney & Kaelble, merchant tailors, 19a 
north C 

SHIELDS J W, Cigars and tobacco, 
46 south C 

SHIFFJLER & WENTWORTH, 

Liquors, Divide 
Sholl Jacob, tailor, 196 south C 
Siegel David, tailor, 97 \ south C 
SMITH «& ARNOLD, Blacksmiths 

and wagonmakers, 130 north D 
Smith C B, County Treasurer and tax re- 
ceiver, Courthouse 
SMITH J P, Harness and saddles, 12 
north C 

SMITH LEVI, Liquors, 10 south C 
Smith U, dentist, 162a south C 
SNOW JOHN, Hotel, 212 south C 
SNYDER N S, Physician, 17a south C 
Sommer Chas, liquors and lodgings, 69 
north C 



SPAAR JOHN, Capital restaurant, 

93 south C 

SPALDING V, Liquors, 54 south C 
SPEYER BROS, Stock and money 

brokers, 56 south C 
STEARNS Captain N, Notary 

Public, Real Estate and Insurance 

Agent, 67 south C 
STEEL O C, Liquors and lodgings, 30 

south C 

STEINBERGER «fe HEIMANN, 

Insurance agency, 54 south C 
STEPHENS A, Liquors, 12 south C 
Stephens J A, attorney-at-law, 63 south C 
STEPHENS T A, Attorney-at-law 

and City Attorney, 17a south C 
Stevenson E, homoepathic physician, 106 

south C 

STOCRHAM Mrs JOHN S, Sa- 
loon, 224 south C 
STONE & HUGHES, Liquors and 

restaurant, 125 south C 
STONE M N, Attorney-at-law, 48 

south C 

STONEHILL «fc FOOTE, Attor- 

neys-at-law, 37a south C 
STROTHER E, Register in Bank- 
ruptcy and Mng Supt, Odd Fellows' 
buildtng 
Strouse Mark, market, 17 south C 
SUBOTICH A, Fruit, candy, cigars, 

etc, 92b south C 
Suize Mrs Marie, liquors, 140 south C 
Sullivan & Dunston, groceries, 192 south C 
SULLIVAN «fc HENNESSY, Liq- 

ors, 65a south C 
Superior G& S M Co, — , supt, 1,70a south C 
Swain, Bradley & Co, lumber dealers, 83 

and 85 north C 
Tahoe house, 70 south C 
Tahoe Mng Co, Guy Thorpe secy, Odd Fel- 
lows' bldg 

TALBOT J C «fc CO, Drygoods, 106 

south C 

TAYLOR BROS, Groceries and va- 
rieties, 128 south C 
Taylor C N, ticket agt V & T R R, cor E 

and Union 
TAYLOR L A H, Proprss Mayho- 

pack house, 102 ^ south C 
Taylor R H, attorney-at-law, 3 north B 
TAYLOR THOS «fc CO, Wholesale 

liquors, 72 south C 
Texan John, carpenter, 63 north C 
Thomas George F, physician, 1 south C j 
THORNTON W M, SecyV&TRR, 

cor E and Union 
THORPE GUY, Mng secy, Odd Fel- 
lows' bldg 

TILDEN M C, Attorney-at-law, Odd 

Fellows' bldg 
Tillinghast Mrs A, lodgings, 27 south C j 
Timmons John, bootmaker, Union 
TINKER & SHEPARD, Palace 

saloon, 7 north C 



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Travies Samuel, cigars, fruit, etc, 267 
south C 

TREAT A Mc-DONALD, Stoves, 

tinware and gasfixtures, 58 north C 
Tl I>MU BY A BIMHOP, Virginia 

market, 188 south C 
IT BR ELL A REESE, Union iron 

works, on the Divide 
Uglow John, bootmaker, 146 4 south C 
UNION MILL A MNG CO, I L 

lU<jua supt, cor Union and D 
Vat-nberg A k Co, Drygoods, 102 south C 

Vanity dancing academy, 49 north C 

Van Zandt J W, physician, 81 south C 
V A G II Water Co, 48 south B 
VIRGINIA EVENING C HRON- 
ICLE, D E McCarthy propr, Taylor, 
bet C and D 
VIRGINIA SAVINGS BANK, 
(r t o H Winterbnra mangr, 41 south C 
YICWOYICII I* L. Groceries, 
fruits, candies, nuts, etc, 100 south C 
VUCOVICH SPIRO, Liquors, 11 
north C 

Wall, r ., constable, 4 north B 

Walker M F, cigars and tobacco, 22a 
south C 

W;m-k Edward, ladies 1 hairdresser and 

wig maker, 107 south C 
WARREN W T A SON, Carriage 

factorv, 91 north C 
Yt V I I ItS A T A CO, Market, 6 
south 13 

WATERSON WILLIAM, Boot- 
maker, 160b south C 
WATSON C W A CO, Groceries, 

123a north C 
Webb <V Milliard, planing mills and lum- 
ber dealers, 25a south C 
Webber A Gumbert, lienors, cor C and 
Taylor 

Webber B N*. physician, 54 south C 
WELLS C C. Painter, 158 south C 
WELLS Mrs C C, Dressmaker, 158 
south C 

WE It KIN J S, Groceries and crock- 

( tv. 190 south C 
W ERTH I : I M I : R M , Cigars and to- 
bacco, 62 south C 
WESTLEY A ALBEBTSON, 

Rubber stamps, door plates, metal 

si^'tis, etc, 25 south B 
Will 14 III IC J W, Attorney-at-law, 

Odd Fellows' bldg 
White A W, secretary Virginia Savings 

bank, 41 south C 
WHVLAND D H, Millinery, 147 

south C 

WHITMAN A M OOD, Attorneys 

at-law. Taylor 
WIEGAND C A CO, Virginia Assay 

office A chemical laboratory, 38 north C 
WIEGAND C A, Manager Silver Note 

Bank Co, 38 north C 
Wilde Wm, tailor, 105 south C 



Williams Agustus, notary public, Odd Fel- 
lows' building 

WILLIAMS «& BEYNOLDS, Liq- 
uors, 160 south C 

Wilmot house, 192a south C 

Wilson A Brown, undertakers, 26 south B 

WINDIIEIM «fc LEVY, Cigars and 
tobacco, 305 south C 

Windmiller DAM, furriers, 104 south C 

WINTEBBUBN GEO H, Manager 
Virginia Savings Bank, 41 south C 

Wodecki A Co, cigars and tobacco, 7 
north C 

WOLF A FLETCHER, Furniture, 
carpets and crockery, 16 south C 

WOLFF THEODORE, Merchant 
tailor A furnishing goods, 6a north C 

WOLZ ADAM, Hairdresser, 15 
north C 

WOOD BENJAMIN, Tailor and 
agent Howe sewing mchne.119 south C 

WOOD H E, City Tax Collector, 44 
south D 

WBATTEN J E, Freight agent V A 

T K B, depot 
YOUNG GEO, Stoves aad tinware, 28 

south D 

YOUNG «& BYNO, Stoves, tinware 
and gasfitting, 140 \ south C 

ZANGEBLE JOHN B, Physician 
and surgeon, Divide 

ZIEGLEBCHAS, 111, 113 and 307 
south C 



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One of the brightest and most ably edited papers 
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We need not say the Sun is ably edited — that is 
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Agents. 

(See Insurance Agents, Railroad Agents, 
Real Estate Agents and Telegraph 

Agents.) 

Agricultural Implements. 

(See also Hardware.) 

graf & McMillan, cmco 
reilly & hubbard, 
stilson c l & co, 
tickner, burnham & co, 

GliOVER BROS, Colusa 
MURDOCK & JONES, 
Brown & Drummond, DavisviUe 
EPPINGER & CO, Dixon 
BUHNE H H & CO, Eureka 
LOEWI J & CO, Gilroy 
Webb A C, 

SNYDER McCONNELL & CO, Hollister 
NORTH GEORGE, Marysville 
WHITE, COOLEY& CUTTS, 
Selby & Co, 

SWAIN BROS, Modesto 
WOOD & TURNER, 

CLARK A G & CO, Napa 
STONE & BAKER, 

GRAY JAMES C, Oroville 

DALTON H N, Pacbeco 

Allen G F, Petaluma 

MAYHEW G H. Red Bluff 

VOLUNTINE J MANASSE, 

BAKER & HAMILTON, Sacramento 

Davis S H, (light) 

HAWLEY M C & CO, (Light) 

KELLER & CO, 

MARTIN JOSEPH A M, 

READY W B & CO, 

Caboon Bros, Salinas 
HARRIS T G, 

B-'rg8trom Chris, San Jose 

Farmers' Union, " 
WATKINS A SCOTT, 
BO WEN S B & CO, Stockton 
Condit J H & Co, 

GRANGERS' UNION OF S J VAL " 
HOWES R N, 

FARMERS' CO-OPERA'VE UNION, " 
H C SHAW PLOW CO, 
MATTERSON & WILLIAMSON 
PACIFIC AGRICULTURAL WORKS » 
KTODDART E, 

Trafton Bros, Watsonville 



Apothecaries. 

(See Druggists.) 
Architects. 



WEILBYE J L, 
BRYANT C A, 
Daley R H, 
Day Clinton, 
Dona van & Son,' 
Kirk William, 
MATHEWS J C & SON, 
Newsom A L & S D, 
STOKES & PHILLIPS, 
SOVEREIGN G W, 
COOK A A, 
GOODELL N D, 
THEILMANN M C, 
BURKETT & McKEE, 
Gash John, 
Goodrich L, 

LENZEN THEODORE, 
Houghton M, 
BENNETT M V, 
Petit A P, 
Beasley Charles, 
Hough William A, 



Livermore 
MoUelumne 
Napa 
Oakland 



Oroville 
Sacramento 

Salinas 
San Jose 



San Juan 
Santa Cruz 
Santa Rosa 

Stockton 
Ukiah 



Nevada 



Antioch 
Auburn 



Artificial Limbs. 

STEPHENSON G A, Sam m n to 

Artists. 
(See Photographers.) 
Assayers. 
OTT JAMES J, 

Attorneys-at-law. 
(See also County Officers.) 
Cruikshank Jas T, 
BULLOCK W H, 
FULWEILER J M, 
HALE & CRAIG, 
KINKADE J T, 
Myres B F, 
Mizner L B, 
MERRITT M R, 
Ashbrook & Bro, 
DALY J T, 
GIFFORD & LUSK, 
Henshaw Park, 
Hutton J F, 
PHILLIPS CHAS, 
Spurr D F, 



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DEUEL J C, 
Goad W F, 

Harrington A Frazer, 
HART A L, 
HART T J, 
Hatch F L, 
H ATCH JACKSON, 
Kirk 8 T, 
PIKKSON J If, 
TINDALL M L, 
ROBIN80N L W, 
BUCKLES A KELLEY, 
ARNOLD L B, 
Brown C J, 
BUC K S M, 
BUCK A MeKINSTRY, 
DICKSON R B, 
HOWARD E H, 
ftmm Walter F, 
Mi KIN 8TB Y A, 
ST IN SON J H, 
8WINNERTON J O, 
Gregory John M, 
LAM O NT GEO A, 
McKenna Joseph 
WELLS A COGHLAN, 
Wendell J F, 
Lewis C O, 
HOEY P F. 
HOOVER W W, 
TULLY P B, 
BIBBLE A B, 
RIDGE A J, 
ROBERTS E W, 
TAYLOR C, 
MORELAND W W, 
NORTON 8 A, 
VAUGHN E K, 
BHIGGS N C, 
HARRIS, J J, 
LEE W G, 
LOVETT W E, 
MAY J J, 

McPHEETERS W S, 

Brown A C, 

Eagan John A, 

Farley A Porter, 

SPRAGNOLI D B, 

Crawford W, • 

Elliott J W 

McCartv A P, 

■ m I A E, 

WELCH S K, 

Lindlev Curtis H, 

LOVE M P H, 

CHASE ELI R, 

ioa< < J P, • 

Mills A Jones, 

jbkford L J, 

BEL< HER A BELCHER, 
Blins S M. 
DAVIS EDWIN A, 
Filkins Chas E. 
GOODWIN J O, 
HOLLOMAN E W, 



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Dutch Flat 

Eureka 



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Fairfield 

Folsom 
Gilroy 

Grass Valley 

(< 
<< 

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Hollister 

it 

Jackson 

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Lakeport 
«( 

Livermore 
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Marysville 



HOWARD S L, Marysville 
HOW T SER B W, 

MURPHY WM G, (City Attorney) 
Singer Wm, Sr, " 
SINGER WM, Jr, 
VANCLIEF & COWDEN, 
BLACKBURN J O, Merced 
GARDINER W C, 
Geis Silas W, 

Hamilton Leonidas, " 
Jackman Edward, ' " 

KING P B, 
WARD R H, 

Wigginton A Marks, " 
COLDWELL T A, Modesto 
HEWEL & TURNER, 
Schell A Scrivner, " 
WRIGHT C C, 

ADAMS E C, Mokelumne Hill 

BOUCHER W K, 
LEAVTTT WM H, 

BURNELL HULL, Napa 
CROUCH JOHNSTON, 
Eyre Manuel, " 
POND J E, 

Spencer Dennis, " 
Steere R N, 
STONEY THOS P, 
SWAIN R M, 
TOWLE G W, 

Anderson John, Nevada City 

CALDWELL J I, 

CALDWELL JOHN, " - 

Caswell T H, 
GAYLORD EH, 

Hupp Geo S, " 
JOHNSON & CROSS, 
LONG W D, 
SEARLES NILES, 
WALLING J M, 

Bishop A W, Oakland 
Bowie G W, " 
Byrne P W, " 
( ASTELLO & WHITEHEAD, 
CHRISTIE ROBT J, 
Daniel S F, " 
GILCREST S F, 

Glascock John R, " 
GLASCOCK W H, 
Graham W M, 

Havens J F, " 
Lake HA, : " 

Lawton Israel, " 
McKee, R L, " 
MONTGOMERY & MARTIN, " 
PLUNKETT J C, " 
REDSTONE- BROS, 

Robinson C K, " 

Shearer S, u 

VOORHIES A BREARTY, 

Vrooman Henry, " 

WEBSTER E J. 

WIGGIN A EELS, 

BURT J M, OroviUe 
Gray Jno C, " 



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Lott Chas F, 

Maurice A, Jr, " 
Carder D D, Petaluma 
Hartman C W, 

Pearce G, " 
Shattuck F W, 

Blanchard Geo G Placerville 

Carpenter G J, " 
Patten T B, 

Squires Ogden, " 
PALMEK J B, Pleasanton 
Banks Jerome, Bed Bluff 

BBAYNAED CP, 

Garter Charles A, " 
CHADBOUENE J, 

Jones W Henry, " 
Lewis E J, " 
MATLOCK J T, 

FOX G W, Redwood 
KINCAID H, 
NUTTING H N, 
BOSS GEO C, 
SCOFIELD H A, 

ANDEBSON W A, Sacramento 
ABMSTBONG J W, 
BATES GE, 

BLANCHABD & VAN FLEET, 

BLANCH ABD GEO A, 

BBOWN I S & H P, 

BULLABD BEN Jb, 

CADWALADEB GEO, 

CANTWELL WE, 

CATLIN A P, 

CLABK BOBEBT C, 

darken Matt, " 

Cole Guy W, 

Conger Thomas, <c 
Counts J P, " 
CBOSS SAMUEL, 
Curtis & Clunie, 
DUNLAP P, 

Edgerton Henry, " 
English James Lawrence, " 
EDGEBTON, TUBBS & COLE, 
Freeman AC, " 
Goods J C, 

Hamilton Jo, " 

HAYMOND & COGGINS, 

HINKSON ADD C, 

Hinkson \Y B, 

Holl & Hinkson, 

HOLL S SOLON, 

HOPPEB P J, 

HUGHSON FBANK B, 

JOHNSON GBOVE L, 

Johnson Matt, " 

Keller W B G, 

LANDBUM J T, 

LEAMAN JOHN A, 

Martin Ed M, 

McFABLAND T B, 

McKune J H, 

Bamage John F, " 
BAM AGE LEWIS, 



Starr Henry, Sacramento 

TAYLOB L S, 

Tubbs J C, 

Van Fleet W C, 

WABING CHABLES A, 

Welty D W, 

YOUNG J N, 

ALEXANDEE & SWINNEETON, Salinas 

Beeman T, 

DODGE W S, . 

DOBN N A, 

FABLE YM, 

GEIL & HAYCOCK, 

Gregory D S, " 

PABKEE W M E, 

Wall James A, 

WEBB W H, " * 

Woodside P K, 
Wyatt N G, 

GOTTSCHALK C V, San Andreas 

Hopkins B, " 

SWENSON WILLIAM, 

Aram Eugene W, San Jose 

Archer L, " 

Barker S A, 

Barnett EI, 

Black & Stephens, " 

BLACKFOBD G W, 

BODLEY & CAMPBELL, 

Bryant C H, " 

BUBT J J, 

Clement C H, 

Collins W H, 

Crossett F M, 

Graham B F, " 
Herrington D W, 
HINDS S J, 

HOUGHTON & EEYNOLDS, 
HUGHES W E, 

Kennedy J M, " 
Kennedy W C, " 
Lampkin & Thomas, " 
LOWE JAMES E, 

Malone John T, " 
Minor P O, 

Moore, Laine & Leib, " 
Moultrie James H, " 
Murphy & Delmas, " 
Payne D S, * " 

Eankin B P, 
EYMAL JAMES E, 
Silent Charles, 

Spencer Francis E, " 
Wilcox Charles F, " 
Wright CD, 
Yoell George M, 
YOELL J ALEXANDEE, 
Breen James F, San Juan 

Hanson T H, San Eafael 

Mahon E B, 

Wilkins Hepburn, " 
Adams F, Santa Cruz 

Bolton A E, 
CONANT E, 

Logan J H, " 



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McCann F J, Santa Cruz 

Si i v W D, 

Van Guelder, " 
WANZEB JAME6 O, 
Williams E L, 

Younger C B, 

Brown J, Santa Rosa 

];i l;i KHALTER J, 

Campbell J Tyler, 

JOHNSON A HENLEY, 

Johnson Melville, " 

icm i o R, " 

Ud !omu 11 William E, 
McGEE J H, 
Porto William W, 
PRESS LEY J G, 
SHANNON A G, 
Ware A B, 

Whallon A Brown " 
Whipple EL, 

Baldwin F T, Stockton 

BIVKLEY W S, 

BUDD JAMES H, 

B.UDD JOHN E, 

Bl DD JOSEPH H A SONS, 

BYEBS A ELLIOTT, 

Bl BBS JOHN C, 

( AVIS JOSEPH M, 

DUDLEY W L, 

ELLIOTT LYMAN W, 

GIBSON WM M, " 

Hall H E, 

II OG AN J M, 

Hall John B, 

HOG AN HOWARD H, 

Hood E E. 

Hopkins Walter L, 

Hoamer J A, " 

HUFFMAN D H, 

LOUTTXT JAMES A, 

MeKiune B, *S 

Ue&Uj Geo E, " 

MmM GOMERY w s, 

Munter Augustus f 1 

Nob&e Lewis B, " 

Paterson A Van B, " 

Pater son A MeStay V 

Terry S L, * 

Terry D S, " 

Terry, McKinne A Terry, 

WEAVER H W, (land) 

WILKES P 8, 

CROWLEY A McGLASHAN, Truckee 
Ford Thomas E, 

Walker A Dunn, " 

BARNES E M, Ukiah 

Bond T B, 

< A liOTHERS T L, 

Card, r A P, 

Tbwz*r James, " 
HARRISON R, 

Lamar A Dozler " 
McGarvry R, 
MORSE J B, 
Payran 8, 



ABBOTT J E, Vallejo 
HAYS L C, 
Hilborn S G, 
LA WTO N J G. 

HALL J CHRYSTIE, Watsonville 
Kittrcdge A Halstead, " 
Lee Julius, " 
Ball J C, Woodland 
Frost C S, 

Johnson James " 
LAMBERT A DeWITT, 
SIBLEY P H, 
Sprague CP, 

1' HE AD WELL A GAROUETTE, 



CRADDOCK J H, 
STABLER & BAYNE, 
Wilbur J L, 

' Auctioneers. 

SMITH TARTAN, 
Stevens A Brimhall, 
Davis A H, 
SMITH A PATTEN, 
GUILD F G, 
Lulley M A Sons, 
Lvon A Kinsey, 
WOODWARD A TAGGART, 
HOPKINS S.J, 
Bell Lewis, 
ROSS A SIMMONS, 
SHERBURN W H. 
SIMMONS D J A CO, 
Win ham W P L, 
BLAND J C, 
Thome EVA Bro, 
SMITH A DeWOLF, 
Savage G N, 
Block E 
Melone G W, 
Ring C B, 

Bag Factories. 



Yuba City 



Colusa 
Hollister 
Modesto 
Napa 
Nevada City 
Oakland 



Petaluma 
Sacramento 



Salinas 
San Jose 
Santa Clara 
Santa Cruz 
Santa Rosa 
Stockton 



Martin T C, 
Pierce A Harvey, 

Bakeries. 

DAEMON A LANDVOGT, 

Probst Louis, 

Direa Adam, 

Holle E F, 

KUNZ CHRISTIAN, 

OTT A L A CO, 

FARRELL WM, 

Laux Gus, 

Mann Frank T, 

Seibold A, 

KOEHLER A GRUENIG, 
RUNCKEL J H, 
GUNTHER A HAENSEL, 
LANG A TUPPER, 
Schwartz D, 
Hoxett A Weymouth, 
KORELL J, 
FRANK JOHN, 
Freeman Eli, 
KOHLER WM, 



Marysville 



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Antioch 
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Colfax ! 
Colusa I 

Davisville 
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Dutch Flat 
Eureka 

Georgetown 
Gilroy 

Grass Valley 



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Ruck Anton, 
Carpenter, G P, 
Turner & Son, 
Turner Geo J, 
BYRNS M J, 
DAVID P, 
Bray A, 

Angelopulo P H, 
Wettareu Simon 
Knorsa Jacob, 
Mehl Charles, 
Watson Thomas, 
Christ Hermann, 
McLean John, 
BEGELSPACHER MAX, 
Morin Joseph, 
MURPHY J B, 
GAULT ALEX, 
HURST JOHN, 
Brandstatter Jos, 
Fowler D C, 
MATHIEU ADRIEN, 
MILEY & LAAGE, 
Miner & Loch, 
Paul & Reier, 
Ptister J R, 
Russell Chas, 
STAHLE CHARLES, 
THOMSON JOHN, 
Umlauff & Weis, 
Williams N, 
Hampel C F, 
Schley Chas & Bro, 
Schley Mrs E, 
Wilms Henry, 
McGettigan Bros, 
Simons Martha R, 
SMITH DANIEL, 
Wolf E, 

REBSCHER JACOB, 
Codoy A, 
RUGG J T, 
Simpson James, 
Hoffman Fred, 
Wentz Henry, 
Pfrang Jacob, 
TLANER JOHN, 
BLACK A & J, 
Kent M F, 

KUCHLER & SCHURR, 
Kunz Bernhard, 
Lamet Eugene, 
Neubauer A & Co, 
REEBER GOTLIEB, 
SCHROER BROS, (Cracker) 
SCHROTH GEORGE, 
KLUMPP J F, 
Flecher Mrs B, 
BALTZ PETER, 
DELLWIG ERICH, 
Doerr Chas, 
GARNER R P, 
Kloeh George 
1 1 u hi George L, 
LACOSTA JOHN, 



Grass Valley 
Haywards 
Healdsburg 

Hollister 
Jackson 
Lakeport 
Li verm ore 

Marysville 



Modesto 
Mokelumne 
Napa 



Nevada City 
Oakland 



East Oakland 



West Oakland 



Oroville 
Petal uma 

Placerville 
Pleasanton 
Red Bluff 
Redwood 

Sacramento 



Salinas 
San Andreas 
San Jose 



San Juan 



VACHE ADOLPH, 
Hippren Theodore, 
Gouin Andrew, 
SCHWIESAU E, 
Bossert Charles, 
BUSTARD WM, 
Rington F B, 
Wanderer Louisa, 
STAIGER R, 
SWAN LYMAN, 
BIANCHI A, 
Blair T L, 
Gall A, 

GALL & JEFFERSON, 
Inglis Wm, 
MERSFELDER L, 
Peckler Mrs Caroline 
Miller John, 
CH THIELE W, 
HEINZ C & CO, 
SHOEMAKER W A, 
BROWN DANIEL T Jb, 
Faust Jno, 
Walsh Joseph, 
Bowie Adam, 
Shluer Otto, 



San Juan 
San Mateo 
San Rafael 

Santa Clara 



Santa Cruz 
Stockton 



Suisun 
Sutter Creek 
Truckee 
Ukiah 
Vallejo 



Watsonville 
Woodland 



Banks and Bankers. 

ANDREWS & HOLLENBECK, Auburn 
BANK OF BUTTE COUNTY, Chico 
BANK OF CHICO, 

COLUSA COUNTY BANK, Colusa 
Bank of Dixon, Dixon 
McCLURE E L, Dutch Flat 

Nicholls W & P, 

HUMBOLDT COUNTY BANK, Eureka 
Palmer C T H, Folsom 
The Bank of Gilroy, Gilroy 
Brown H H, Gold Run 

Bank of Healdsburg, Healdsburg 
Bank of Hollister, Hollister 
FARMER'S SAVINGS BANK, Lakeport 
THE BANK OF LAKE CO, 
Martinez Bank, 
DECKER & JEWETT, 
Marysville Savings Bank, 
Rideout & Smith, 
BANK OF MENDOCINO, 
MERCED BANK, 



Martinez 
Marysville 



Mendocino 
Merced 



MERCED SECURITY SAVINGS 
BANK, 

FARMER'S SAVINGS BANK OF 

STANISLAUS CO, Modesto 
SCHLUND C, Mokelumne Hill 

BANK OF NAPA, Napa 
Goodman James H & Co, Napa 
Napa Valley Savings & Loan Society 



CITIZEN'S BANK, 
First National Gold Bank, 
Oakland Bank of Savings, 
Union National Gold Bank, 
RIDEOUT, SMITH & CO, 
Bank of Sonoma, 
First National Gold Bank, 
Petaluma Savings Bank, 



Nevada City 
Oakland 



Oroville 
Petaluma 



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Brewster C W. 

M . rson, Jewell A Co, 
BANK OF TEHAMA CO, 
CAPITAL 8AVING8 BANK 
I)iiiir Savings Bank, " 
National Gold Bank of DO Mills & Co, " 
Odd Fellows' Bank of Savings, 91 
Sacramento Savings Bank, " 
SALINAS CITY BANK, Salinas 
BANK OF SAN JOSE, San Jose 

( OMMI R.'IAL A SAVINGS BANK, " 
FARMERS' NAT'L GOLD BANK, " 
SAN JOSE SAVINGS BANK, 
Gordon U M A Co, San Rafael 

Irwin Oliver M, u 
HANK of SANTA CLARA CO, Santa Clara 
BANK of SANTA CRUZ CO, Santa Cruz 
BANTA CRUZBANK OF SAVINGS 
A LOAN, 

Santa Rosa Bank, Santa Rosa 

Savings BaSk of Santa Rosa, " 
BANK OF STOCKTON, Stockton 
MUST NATIONAL GOLD BANK, " 
San Joaquin Valley Bank, 
STOCKTON SAVINGS A 

SOCIETY, 
F'.ANK OF SUI8UN, 
Bl l:< KHALTER F A CO 
Bank of Ukiah, 
VALLEJO BANK, 
V;ill» jo Savings A Commercial Bank, 
Bank of Watscnvillo, Watsonville 
Woodland Bank. Woodland 

Barbers. 

(See Hairdressers.) 
Basket Ulannfaetiirers. 

(See Wood and Willow Ware.) 

Baths. 

(See Hairdressers and Baths,) 

Bill Posters. 

M 1 <>rge H D, Oakland 
Caswell Wm, Sacramento 

Blacksmiths. 

(See also Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers; 
also Horseshoers.) 



LOAN 



Suisun 
Truekee 
Ukiah 
Vallejo 



Byler W P, 
Hally A Curvey, 
Taylor A Pickens, 
TIMERMAN JOSEPH, 
McDrrmott P, 
Peterson N, 
Hunt Wilson, 
Stone Henry, 
WfaHi JobnM, 
Tlvne James, 
PERIS A, 
Fall M, 
Whijcher C R, 
Allen Bros, 
Fargo A Frost, 



Alameda 
Alta 

Amador City 
Antioch 

Auburn 



Benecia 
Castroville 
Chico 



graf a McMillan, 
tinker a morley, 

Nottingham M F, 
WEIR A, 
Grant C, 
Waite W N, 
Riley Wm, 
ROCHE WILLIAM, 
Spaulding A P, 
Bent A Bowman, 
Miller D R, 
Sparks Charles, 
Shoalk J, 

Brown Bros, * 

Bigelow A Robinson, 

MLLLIGAN BROS, 

Farmer W M, 

ROTHE JOHN, 

Small B F, 

Dunen Edward, 

Evans Evan, 

Lebouef T, 

Hilton Charles, 

Avery S D, 

Crocker J R, 

English Patrick, 

JOHNS ROBERT, 

Roberts R G, 

Anderson W W, 

HUDSON W H W, 

Brown A McDonald, 

Hantysch Charles, 

River J L 

Chapman E F, 

Dryden, Skillman A Meyer, 

Marshall A Williams, 

Dolan James F, 

Robinson A Weaver, 

Walberg L E, 

Koster J A, 

BENJAMIN A LEDOUX, 
SICOTTE A A, 
Campbell James, 
Harrison A, 

ALVARADO A TAYLOR, 
Dutcher A Heslep, 
Smith H, 
Frazer Dan, 
Hunt G P, 
Raish Charles 
SUBERS A CUTTS, 
Rogers A T, 
HUNTER M J, 
MULLER A BROWN, 
FREEMAN A HARTER, 
James J-W, 
DAGES WEDELL, 
Louttit T S, 
DODGE WALTER, 
EASLEY W H, 
HICKS PETER, 
Hunter Wm, 
Manuel David A, 
MOODY A ULRICH 
Bushell Louis, 



Chico 
Clayton 



Colusa 



Concord 
Drytown 
Dutch Flat 
Elk Grove 
Eureka 



Folsom 



Gait 

Georgetown 
Gilroy 
Grass Valley 



Gold Run 
Haywards 



Healdsburg 



Hollister 



lone City 
Jackson 

Kanawha 
Lakeport 
Livermore 

Lodi 
Martinez 
Marysville 



Mendocino 
Merced 



Modesto 



Mokelumne Hill 



Monterey 
Napa 



Nevada City 



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Jones & Keith, 
Butterfield A J, 
Kaese & Rode, 
Lebrecht Wm, 
Follrath W A & Co, 
MeGrew P H, 
Sullivan Michael, 
GUMMOW BROS, & 0' 
LAUER FRANK C, 
O'Shay John, 
BARTNETT D G, 
Robin S, 
SHIRAM A, 
Carter B & Co, ^ 
Casewell & O'Brien, 
Carbett G H, 
Hayes A, 
Laranger John 
O'NEILL JAMES, 
SPOTSWOOD R & CO, 
DUNN D, 
Fox & Dater, 
PATTON & MYERS, 
FELKER WILLIAM, 
Heilrath John, 
WENZEL A, 
ALLBRIGHT H M, 
HART THOMAS P, 
McKEON B, 
Bittner Robert, 
Gunn Erastus 
Kern Frederick, 
Allen Charles, 
Botzbach C F, 
Bergstrom Chris 
GREGG M, 
Hernandez Minano, 
LINCOLN EDGAR E, 
Malony John, 
McQuade John, 
Murray Pat 
Pene Jh, 
Walsh Pat, 
Zimmer Louis, 
Gannon & Gleason, 
BROWN MICHAEL, 
Coleman Martin, 
Coleman Thomas, 
Simpson C C, 
THOMPSON & DAVIS 
Foster E, 
Hunter W F, 
Waterman W F, 
Baker & Ross, 
CLARK J L, 
Smith & Zulyke, 
WYlh r B, 
Cox John T, 
MAGUIRE P, 
HALL C H, 
Meachen Bros 
Adams Samuel, 
BALTHIS JOHN A, 
Barstow Joshua, 
BOWEN S B & CO, 



Nevada City 
Oakland 



East Oakland 

HARA, Oroville 

Pacheco 
<« 

Petaluma 
(< 

tt 

... <( 
<( 

Placerville 
Plymouth 
Red Bluff 
Sacramento 



Salinas 
San Andreas 
San Jose 



San Leandro 
San Mateo 

Santa Clara 
Santa Cruz 
< < 

Santa Rosa 

Somersville 
Soquel 
Stockton 



BURNS JOHN, Stockton 
Christian Charles, " 
Clark & Boucher, " 
HATCH F S, 

Heimann Geo H, " 
HOWES R N, 

Marsters E J, " 
Mattich Otavio, 
Schneider & Dolan, 
KNOBLAUCH BARNEY 
KRAUSE JOHN, 
SHIELDS J B, - 
Fagan P, 

MARTELL L & SON, 
St Dennis P, 
Charlton & Phelps, 
McKenney Charles, 
Brassel H P, 
McAdams Archie, 
Babcock Charles, 
Dunphey & Stocking, 
Perry Henry, 
Ready B F, 

Blacksmiths & Wagonmakers. 

(See Blacksmiths; also Wagonmakers.) 



Yuba City 
Suisun 

Sutter Creek 



Ukiah 
Vallejo 
Watsonville 

Woodbridge 
Woodland 



PREDOM MOSES, 
Williams J L, 
SMITH & MOONEY, 
Sherwood & Turner, 
Culver J A, 
Swank C, 

BRADSHAW & COLLINS, 
Peters & Co, 
Carpenter M, 
CASEY JOHN & CO, 
HALSEY GEORGE M, 
Cartellon J, 
Carr John & Co, 
Chope A & Sons, 
ROTERMUND BROS, 
GOODWIN B H, 
Edwards G S, 
Eustice George, 
Farmer E H, 
Whitney D S, 
MOORE & WRIGHT, 
Burnett & Eaton, 
Sherman I J, 
DRAPER & JAMISON, 
Sicotte F, 
Parrish J, 
Holmes N B, 
BRADLEY S H A CO, 
EASTON <fc WHITE, 
Sneed James A, 
Toal & Johnson, 
WEBER PAUL, 
SPEARS & McMURPHY, 
HANSON I N, 
McDONALD WILLIAM, 
ANAYA FELIS, 
DAVIS & CILLEY, 
WRIGHT & FOWLER, 
BARTON WILLIAM, 
CLANCY PATRICK, 



Auburn 
Bantas 
Benicia 
Chico 
Colfax 
Colusa 
Davisville 

Dixon 

tt 

Dutch Flat 
Elk Grove 
Eureka 



Fairfiefd 
Gait 
Gilroy 



Grass Valley 
Hollister 

lone City 
Jackson 

Lakeport 
Liverinore 
Marysville 



Merced 



Modesta 

Napa City 
Nevada City 



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Allen M W, 
Durham A Buffett, 
Gowanlock James, 
HAM PEL H F, 
KINO A WILLIAMS, 
Murrav A Roberts, 
Ollis Henry, 
Backman A Cameron, 
Smith John O N, 
son ST BROS, 
W TV MOUTH T D, 
Northey A Wagar, 
Weeks Henry, 
I kivwin D, 
Cordy O H, 
Spring r A Wt-lch, 
Wiere, Spotswood A Co, 
Zartman A Co, 
Wondtrly N A A, 
Bilz J A, 

DAWSON E A J, 

KNIGHT A SPRINGALL, 

Allen J M A Son, 

FORD A HANNAH, 

Hilton A Titus, 

WHARFF J F, 

Brown Daniel, 

Dahringer A Brown, 

GARDNER T J, 

Kelvin William 

WISE WILLIAM E, 

BulU ne A, 

AUKER LEVI, 

Iverson J B, 

LACEY J V, 

MAI I. DIN A SMITH, 

Adell W T, 

BALBACH J, 

Claws George, 

Crydenwise C S, 

Fitzgerald Bros, 

Haakt ll A Lawrance, 

HATMAN A NORMANDIN, 

Linn-rick A Muthrullig, ■ 

Manning L D, 

Moek L, 

MOTT A HASKELL, 
OVERSHINER G J, 
Proct<ir Geo W, 
8harvatt A Wool, 
WALE EDWARD, 
Bergstrom Chris, 
Bowman C W A Sons, 
HOPPER A LARSEN, 
Anderson Amumd, 
HARDING A NELSON, 
Olin Peter, 
Bradbury A Cole, 
Munch F W, 
Seaver G L A Son, 
Bradley A Flintoff, 
Jolley A Keydendall, 
Aunt John G, 
Bachmann Conrad, 
Henderson M P, 



Oakland 



Salinas 



San Jose 



San Juan 
San Leandro 
San Rafael 



Santa Clara 



Santa Cruz 
Santa Rosa 
Stockton 



East Oakland 

West Oakland 
Oroville 

Petaluma 

Placerville 
Pleasanton 
Red Bluff 

Redwood 



Sacramento 



MILLER WILLIAM P, 

Henry J, 

TRAINOR JAMES, 
DOAN J M A SON, 
GRAY JOSEPH, 
Perkins ATA Son, 
DODSOX A INGRAM, 
McLean N, 
Pidge D P, 
Johnson A Puck, 
WEAVER ANDREW, 
DONOVAN MICHAEL, 
Fairman W J, 
Fox A Douglas, 



Stockton 
Suisun 

Truckee 

(< 

Ukiah 
Watsonville 



Woodville 
Yuba City 



Boarding Houses. 

(See Hotels.) 

Book Binders. 

Miller J Fred, Oakland 

FOSTER F. Sacramento 

BONNTCHSEN CHARLES, San Jose 

WOODMAN J L, Stockton 

Books and Stationery. 

Phillips A Baker, Antioch 

WILLIS S W, Auburn 

Hibbard A Sommer, Chico 

Ormsbv J M, " 

BROOKS G G, Colusa 
HOSMER A CAMERON, 

HUSTLER A STORY, Dixon 

BARRETT C A,. Dutch Flat 

BONSTELL W T, Eureka 
MATHEWS JAMES E, 
WECK FA, 



Oberdeener Wolf, 
Hunter M E, 
WARNER H C, 
Howe Geo S, 
Manning J M, 
SMITH C C, 
SPENCER W K, 
Townsend C C, 
PRATER WM, 
Yost Thomas, 
Arata A A Co, 
Mast C L, 

Schlesinger Ferdinand, 
Beckwith Byron D, 
Popert N D, 
Sherwood T J, 
SPEAR A P, 
Wagner H A Bro, 
Landram C A Co, 
DAVIES A MEDLEY, 
Gilllland John, 
Gomez Felipe, 
HADSELL J R, 
Haas David L, 
BELDEN P H, 
WELCH GEORGE W, 
Auld R, 
Hardy W B, 
Moore A P, 
Rodolph A Co, 



Gilroy 



Grass Valley 



Hollister 

Jackson 
Lakeport 
Livermore 
Lodi 
Marysville 



Merced 
Modesto 

Monterey 

Napa City 
Nevada City 

Oakland 



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Strickland & Co, 
THOMPSON JOHN, 
HOLMES & CO, 
Lemon Wm M, 
CUTTING J R, 
KUSEL E A, 
SILVERSTEIN IKE, 
SMITH JOHN J, 
Cowen P, 
HASKINS T J, 
PERKINS J L, 
Hall A P, 

SCHOENFELD S D & BRO, Red Bluff 
Haswell E F, Sacramento 
COOLOT A, 
CROCKER H S & CO, 
HOPKINS A S, 
MacEwen Alex WH&Efl, 
Mansfield & Schwamb, " 
MORRIS SAMUEL, 



East Oakland 

West Oakland 
Oroville 



Petaluma 



Placerville 



McDougall J H, 
GUPPY E H, 
Lewis E V, 
MORTON & CO, 
Waldteufel A, 
Wright J B & Co, 
Whitney J W, 
Rawson M L, 
Bidwell H E, 
BILLINGS J M, 
NACE JOHN A, 
Wright G W & Son, 
Archer & Ennar, 
Brazer J, 

WILSON DAVID, 
COWEN P, 
Smith R P, 
Baldwin Herbert, 
Garvin & Nunan, 
ROBB & McCALL, 
PALMER S G, 
Stockman D M, 
Dunlap & Dennis, 
SHINN W J, 
Hart J S, 

HIRSCHFIELD S, 
McElroy P, 
FREY JNO, 
MARTIN ED, 
Green G W, 
Ellington Wm, 



Salinas 
San Jose 



San Juan 
San Leandro 
San Rafael 
Santa Clara 



Santa Cruz 



Santa Rosa 
Stockton 



Suisun 

Sutter Creek 
Truckee 
Ukiah 
Yallejo 



Watsonville 
Woodland 
Yuba City 



Boot Makers. 

(See also Boots and Shoes.) 



REINECKER JOHN, 
SOWDEN JOSEPH, 
THOMAS OWEN, 
Lango Antonio, 
PETERS FRED W, 
Walsh James, 
Wprsley John, 
Fox W M, 
GERKEN JOHN, 
BAKER B B, 
CAIN JAMES, 
Fitzpatrick k Murphy, 



Alameda 
Amador City 

Antioch 

Auburn 

Bantas 
Castroville 
Chico 



Peal J, 
Hooke S, 
Muntz J, 
McCarty John, 
Gilmour John, 
Hemenway A, 
O'Brien Denis, 
PROBST B, 
Blecher Chris, 
Baughman N H, 
Gumpper John, 
Keniff J, 
Dempster W H, 
Geimann Fredrick, 
HAMILTON J T, 
Scheidmann John, 
ELIE JOSEPH, 
Hoos John F, 
LEPPER OLIYER, 
ARNOLD I J, 
McCarthy Jeremiah, 
McCarthy Thomas, 
McLaren Wm J, 
OTTO JOSEPH, 
Schuchert P, 
Joerger L, 

Zimmerman Charles, 
Wiedmer John, 
Barker C, 
Wales J, 
Graef Rudolph, 
Joice P, 
BEST JOHN, 
Eichel Frederick, 
Moran T F, 
STEVENS G W, 
Woodfield Henry, 
Hanson L P, 
Ryan P, 
Sargent H, 
Winter D, 
Brinson Daniel, 
Luraschi F, 
Bagley James, 
PARKER J B, 
Bremer P, 
Wittman A, 
Roethel E, 
Studer & Meyer, 
Cope Robert, 
Nelson A P, 
BROW E, 
Gerber E, 
Hildebrand Joe, 
Marker J P, 

TERSTEGGE & LAUBER, 
Hanson P, 
Johnson L, 
Weisbam Jacob, 
HESLER JOHN, 
LEESON & LEONARD, 
JOHNSON JAMES, 



Chico 
Cloverdale 

Colfax 
Colusa 



Concord 
Davisville 



Dixon 



Drytown 
Dutch Flat 



Eureka 



Folsom 

i < 

Gait 
Georgetown 

Gilroy 
Gold Run 
Grass Valley 



Haywards 
Healdsburg 



Holhster 

lone City 
< < 

Jackson 

Lakeport 
Livermore 
Lodi 

Martinez 
Marysville 



Mendocino 
Merced 



Burce E P, 
Muths George, 
Bostrom John, 



Modesto 
Mokelumne Hill 

Monterey 



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■DT'TTT T> U-TT TTl\f 


Monterey 


bailor Anonias, 


Sacramento 


FISCHER f KAMS, 


Napa City 


iNUxi-LUIN W xi, 






Head George, 


PAP<in\:ci mine 

xAx\OUi\t5 JUxxiN, 


M 




Herzinger John, 


Nevada City 


Roddy James, 




R 


HOOK JOHN r , 




Sanders A N, 






KUK> HAjiJl.fc.lk CHlv, 




Sheerin James, 






Lutz B, 




Shrogg John, 


<( 


f 


Martin J, 




o.ulln 1 r, 






Stoddard S W, 




Tartas Louis, 


*' 


s? 


SHRADLR S K, 


Nortonville 


JL OUU J w , 




p 


Thomas H, 




\ an Alstein B M, 






Griesztr John, 


uaKiana 


Van Doernier V N, 




o 


Healy Pat J, 




WVT7FT, PHTTJPP 




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u rvvi VV I? T> T?T> T?T\ 

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Johnson William, 




conraus w vi, 


Salinas 


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Lehman H G, 




n'Tiipp 1 A \TPQ 
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O'Brien John, 


tt 


Reynolds George, 




CQ 


Palzer John, 


II 






o 


Raymond John, 




TAT UiV fl A 
xU-LiiuAlN KX A, 






Komaluo 1, 


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Urban R I, 




Steel John, 


San Andreas 




Nedderman Bernard, 


ii,ast waKianu 


Caunt Edward, 


San Jose 




O'Keefe D, 










lUlMMMI James, 




Delgrosso L, 




8wa8 An tone, 


14 


Jaeroiu rn.ii, 




Flinn L, 


West Oakland 


Lane D, 


■ 




Lexow F, 




Lawrence W \Y, 






8CHERHER JOHN, 




Lenzen J J, 


t 




MAKTIN JOHN, 


Oroville 


juatniat m, 




OS 


TROM] NSC H LAGER JACOB, 


Parkpr D 




G> 


8TOLZ JOHN, ^ 


Pacheco 


Phi 1 lips & Glockzein, 






Eahart Jacob, 


Pajaro 


Pitman William, 






McCarthy M, 


Petaluma 


11 UlllclL lit i XicU] 


' CI 




McBnnnihi I) M, 




OltlMd.rU >> , 




w 


Mordecai T, 




Sullivan Patrick, 


M 


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Murphy M W, 




Voltz E 


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Pometta D, 




Wollonar< W 
>> il IJ dUci TT , 






Stalken W, 






a t ' 


^« 


Brancoli C, 


Placerville 


X) t L I xxtJIlXY, 


ban Juan 


g 


KIRSCH JOHN, 


«« 


Antoine Olimpia, 


San Leandro 


p. 


Plumado F H, 


<< 


XVcllllal drill J . 




I_l 

O 


Vickery George, 




Silva Joseph F, 




i 


Connor James, 


Pleasanton 


Alt Willi am P 
-A.1L >> lllldxll vv , 


ban Mateo 




BLOWER JOHN, 


Plymouth 


rtrry jl xx, 




o 


Sehmitt Jacob, 




San xvaiaei 




McCarty Charles, 


Red Bluflf 


Chenette Frank, 




> 


OTTO CHRISTIAN, 




Fagan James, 




W 

»-i 


Wiedemann Louis, 




Wassman George, 


Santa Clara 


CD 


Bates L L, 


Redwood 


Langenbeck Fred, 


Santa Cruz 




BECK WILLIAM, 




Lindner Edward, 




5? 

CD 


Peteri John, 


n 


Lyman Joseph, 






TAYLOR L, 


a 


TCntr^nt P 
i> UgClll XV, 






Carli C, 


Sacramento 


Jud Christian, 


Santa Kosa 


> 

CP? 


Deseve J B, 




Maede A, 






Dornev M L, 


< < 


Phillips & Martin, 






Ellis Peter, 




f'nll TnWi 
l^Oli tJOHIl, 


bomersville 




FALKENSTEIN JOHN A, 




Ester Andrew, 


DtOCktOIl 


p 


Goepel H, 




Feeley John, 






HARPER THOMAS, 




HERSEY THOMAS E, 






HAYTON GEO M, 


a 


LAMBART FRED, 




HILLEBRAND A, 




Lieginger H, 


£ 




MILLER CHARLES. 




Lusignan T, 


II 


1 


MITCHELL JOSEPH, 




McCormick M, 


tt 




Morris H, 


a 


Prato D, 


It 




Murphy John, 


a 


Seilnacht F & Co, 







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Suisun 
Sutter Creek 

Truckee 
Uiiah 



Vallejo 



Stewart Wm R, 
Walsh — , 
Mitchell Frank, 
Vicini G B, 
Kiefer J M, 

WYBAILLIE ALEXIS H, 
Colson R W, 
Barnes W H, 
Baresford James, 
Brennan D J, 
Crowe R, 
Cryan Thomas, 
DUNPHY S F, 
GORDES F, 
JENKINS JOHN, 
Maloney D, 
Pelham Alexander, 
Roache John, 
HETHERING H, 
Legassick John, 
Strebost William, 
Walsh John, 
Werner F, 
Zmodowski Martin, 
Thomson J G, 
Miller Charles, 
Stampehl August, 
Williams Wiliiam, 

Zecher John, " 
Boots and Shoes. 

(See also Bootmakers; also General Mer- 
chandise ; also Clothing ; also Dry- 
goods and Clothing.) 

Burein John, 

Jacobs M H, 

Kuhland William, 

BAKER B B, 

Colm H & Bro, 

Zadik F, 

WOODS & FORDHAM, 
PROBST B, 

BOEDEFIELD JOSEPH, 
LEPPER OLIVER, 



Watsonville 



Woodbridge 
Woodland 



Alameda 
Antioch 
Benicia 
Chico 



Colusa 



Devlin C L, 
Cobb R, 

Einfalt & Hoslinger, 
Henderson J H, 
THOMPSON C P, 
VOGELMAN H, 
Wales Thomas, 
Zambreske Peter, 
COLEMAN Mrs R, 
WERZ ANTON, 
Mally Fredrick, 
BLUM S & BRO, 
Fisher Philip, 
FLANNERY P J, 
TERSTEGGE & LAUBER, 
Dolan M B, 
Gallagher H, 
Mahcs A, 

MULLER AUGUST, 
O'CONNELL MAURICE, 
Coe W R, 



Dutch Flat 
Eureka 
Gilroy 

Grass Valley 



Haywards 
Hollister 

Livermore 
Martinez 
Marysville 



Napa City 



Nevada City 



HYMAN BROS, 
Alexander I, 
BROAD CHARLES, 
Cornor C W, 
Green J, 

Hauschildt Henry, 
HILL M T, 
Hirshburg & Morrison, 
Holcomb & Outram, 
Konecke H, 
Rosenberg M, 
SENRAM F, 
Sherrott Edward, 
Stevenson F W, 
Stuart D, 
Stuart Daniel, 
Dressier G, 
Howell H W, 
Perdue T, 
Hecker F, 

GOLDSTEIN NATHAN, 
BENNETT GEO J & CO, 
Karew G, 
Walsh M, 
Degelman J, 
Green B, 
Tracy H N, 
CROCKER N & CO, 
OTTO CHRISTIAN, 
Ward M, 
BECK WM, 
TAYLOR L, 

DANIS ALEXIS JOSEPH, 

HARPER THOS, 

HAYTON GEO M, 

HILLEBRAND A, 

KAERTH J, 

Marks Harris, 

McCarthy Robt Emmet, 

McMorry F & Bro, 

O'BRIEN W J, 

Parsons James, 

Piatt Wm, 

Ryan James, 

WAH SHUNG & CO, 

WEINSTOCK H & BRO, 

Conrads W G, 

TOLMAN G A, 

Barthel E, 

Kahn S, 

Linoberg L, 

Newman B, 

Pulverman B, 

Steiner A, 

Trainor P, 

Wilcox E J, 

LEIGLER & ALTHAUS, 
ZIMMERER A, 
BRIETBATH JULIUS, 
Gosberg J F, 
HICKS B, 
Wanderer M, 
Baldwin A, 
Boyle J T, 
Randall & Kober, 



Nevada City 
Oakland 



East Oakland 
West Oakland 

Oroville 

Pacheeo 
Petaluma 

Placerville 

tt 
t< 

Red Bluff 

Redwood 
Sacramento 



Salinas 
San Jose 



Jan Juan 
Santa Clara 



Santa Cruz 



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Kcene J M, 
Arnold Fred 
HAMMOND 

LEY, 
Karitz John, 
KAISER S, 
Kflngel Peter, 
WELLER GEO E, 
SHERIDAN P, 
Wilhert Fred, 
DANNl'.N 15 ATM S, 
1 AKNHAM A CO, 
K» nurdv P J, 
SMITH BROS, 
BMW H R, 
AI.I X VNDER WM, 
Behrendt W, 
Legassick John, 
Mauihatch 
GOBLIN ER A CO, 
Peudergast S T A Co, 
Stafford J B, 



Santa Rosa 
Stockton 

MOORE A YARD- 



Truckee 



Vallejo 

«< 

Watsonville 

Woodland 
Yuba 



liox Factories. 

(See also Planing Mills.) 

BEAN J R, Dixon 

Jones A- Keith, Nevada Citv 

BLOPBB A FULLER, Petalnma 

BARNES B E A CO, Sacramento 
COOK a GREGORY, 
NICHOLS A CO, 

Hieweries, 

KI TH ABDT VICTOR, Alameda 

Oroba Fred, Auburn 
HOHL A CO, 

B1 BOSS JOHN, Benicia 

Liiurk A Mt v< or, Castroville 

CBOI88ANT CHARLES, Chico 

Rapp Jacob, Clavton 

BTlLLINGER H C, • Colnsa 

( l-)v. rditlr Brewery, Cloverdale 

Ffebftl William, Davisville 

RE8SEB II \ KTMANN, Dixon 

Midi. 11 William, Dutch Flat 

Yager Peter, Folsom 

RIEHL ADAM, Gilroy 

I'.I NKELMANN DAVID, Grass Valley 
FRANK JOHN, 
FRITZ CHARLES, 
HODGE THOMAS A CO, 

BOOKEN A HERRMANN, Haywards 

Palm tag L, " 
HEALDSBURG BREWERY, Healdsburg 

Varooe Henry, Hollister 

HETTNER A RAAB, lone City 

JORDAN WENDELL, Livermore 

Knn/rr M, Merced 

Braun Michael, Modesto 

Hhnmighofen A Suessdorf, Mok Hill 

Pfeifer I'liilip, Napa City 
StoflV-la A Hort, 

Blasauf John, Nevada City 
DREY FUSS LOUIS W, 
Weta E, 



BREDHOFF CHARLES, Oakland 

Franck Chas, " 

Oakland Brewery, " 

WELSCHER & WESTER- 
MANN, 

SCHNEIDER A HEINTZ, 

Baltz A Shierhold, 

Mechele A Griess, 

Zeiss J, 

Bofinger Wm, 

Offermann J H A Co, 

Borchers A Schwarl, 

GRUHLER E A C, 

Kerth A Nicolaus, 

KNAUER LOUIS A SON, 

Ochs Geo, 

Lurz A Wagner, 

GEBHARDT A MAGESTRETTI, San Jose 

KRUMB LOUIS, 
! Buettler A Beck, 
j Rantzau T H, 

Thevsohn Adam, 

BOYN H A F GOERL, 

KRAEGER A LEVY, 

Leibe H, • 

BAU8CH HENRY, 
|DIESING OTTO, 

Matt A Ruegg, 

WERNER C F, 

Joost A Metzger, 

BURNER CHAS A BRO, 

NIESTRATH PHILLIP Mrs 

Rothenbush D, 

Rabalt L, 

Mink Paul, 

GRAZER A STOLL, 

Wurtenburg S, 

DENINGER F, 

McGettigan E, 

Widemann A Rothenbusch 

PALMTAG C, 

Schuerley A Miller, 

Klempp T, 

Brokers 



East Oakland 
Oroville 
Petaluma 

Placerville 
Red Bluff 
Redwood 
Sacramento 



Salinas 



San Juan 
San Leandro 

San Rafael 
Santa Clara 

Santa Cruz 



Santa Rosa 
Stockton 



Sutter Creek 
Truckee 



Ukiah 
Vallejo 



Watsonville 
Woodland 
Yuba 



| MOUNT T N, 
Buckley Frank Jr, 
HENRY GEO, 
Mabry T T, 
Miner J M A Co, 
Mix A Boyce, 
Page F S, 
AGARD J J, 
CADWALADER EDW A CO, 
HUTCHINGS J A, 
POORMAN SAMUEL, 
Winham W P L, 
Grecneberg W B A Co, (pawn) 
MOULTON S A, 
Quinby F A A Co, 
Reed E P, 
JACKSON JOHN, 
KEISER JOHN, 
GOOD A TOWNSEND, 
Fiske Geo D, 



Napa City 
Oakland 



Sacramento 



Salinas 
San Jose 



Stockton 
Truckle 
Vallejo 
Woodland 



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LEFAVOR W F, Marysville 
Cordes Herman, Oakland 
FOSTER & ACUFF, Sacramento 
FOWLE & ELSOM, Stockton 
Robinson, Fowler & Co, Vallejo 

Butchers. 

Bancroft A J, 
Liese Conrad, 
MATTHEIS JOHN, 
SETSER FRED, 
Werner & Sutherland, 
McMaster J C & Co, 
Siesert A Co, 
Fischer Joseph, 
Post W B, 

ACKERMAN & FULLER, 
KEMPF & CHAMBERLIN, 
REAVIS D M, 
Rundel R T, 
LAUBER & KELLER, 
Davis J B & Co, 
ALLEN & HARRIS, 
Mishler, Martin & Co, 
Hale, Thomas & Co, 
Klewe & Co, 
Enos W S, 
Martin S G, 
Leigh A H, 
Northcutt & Boggs, 
Silva Thomas, 
KOPP C M, 
St Clair L P, 
Martin S, 
Russ Joseph, 
Southmayde John L 
WAIT & LUTHER, 
Ecklon & Gable, 
NORTON & BOTIMORE, 
Francais & Smedler, 
Wentworth N, 
Baillaige A P, 
Bennett Geo E, 
Warthen A & Co, 
DUNN & DIXON, 
MEHRLICH JOHN, 
Miller J P, 
Naft'ziger Jacob, 
ORR JAMES J, 
Pearce & Caddy, 
Polglase John, 
SHELDON W H, 
WILHELM JACOB, 
Worl N D, 
May Adam, 
Hassott J D, 
Miller & Gearing, 
Baker R J, 

CLEMENT & PIDANCET, 
Pack o D, 

Farnsworth & Marchant, 
BRIGHT S W, 
Moore G, 
KRATSSE F E, 



Alameda 



Amador City 

Antioch 
Auburn 
Benicia 
Castroville 
Chico 



Clayton 
Cloverdale 
Colfax 

Colusa 

Davisville 

Dixon 

Drytown 
Dutch Flat 

Elk Grove 
Eureka 
< < 

Folsom 
Gait 
Georgetown 

Gilroy 

( c 

Gold Run 
Grass Valley 



Haywards 
Healdsburg 

Hollister 



lone City 
Jackson 

Lakeport 
Latrobe 



Livermore 



Lodi 
Martinez 
Marysville 



Mendocino 
Merced 
Merced 

Modesto 

Mokelumne Hill 
Monterey 

Napa City" 



Nevada City 
Nortonville 
Nevada City 



Oakland 



Barthold Bros, 
HANSON & BAILEY, 
McKEANY PETER, 
Smith W D, 

HAGGY & HATHAWAY, 
BLODGETT & JENKINS, 
SLATTERY P C, 
Smith W E, 
White A B, 
Philbrick D O, 
Banks & Bedesen, 
HICKS & SAWYER, 
JACOBS JOSEPH C, 
JAMES H G, 
SIMON JOHN, 
Hexter K, 
Doud Francis, 
MILLER JOHN W, 
Henry Joseph, 

KATHER CHARLES & CO, 
Mallett J H, 
Zollner & Even, 
Colley James, 
HARRISON JOHN H, 
Moore & Co, 
Nooks Wm G, 
KENT CHARLES, 
MONRO JAMES, 
NAFFZIGER & EUSTIS, 
Ames H M & Co (wholesale) , 
BerrettP, 

Cassidy & Co, " 
Dalion E J, " 
Drake A H, 

Drommer H, " 
Franke R, (Sausage) " 
Gay & Schade, . " 

Gerhardy Phil J, " 
Hahn Wm, 
Jones C H & Co. 
KOOB ADAM, 

Lafferty & Coursen, " 
Littau M, " 
Mattrn H, 
Myer H, 
Nellie Wm, 

Ossosky Morris, " 

Rice & White, 

SCHAFFER LOUIS, 

Schultz J, 

SCRIBNER G W, 

Smith J, 

Woerner Jacob, " 
Bitzel Jacob, East Oakland 

Davis J H, " 
Glaze J W " 
GOLDSTIKER MICHAEL, 
Hayes, Carrick & Co, (wholesale) *•* 
HECKMAN & CO, " 
Liese Henry, '« 
Prescot & Bemis, " 
Grabs August, West Oakland 

May J H, 

Murphy A, " 
Pettigrew James W, " 



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Pleasanton 
Plymouth 
Plymouth 
Bed Bluff 



Redwood 



Sacranianto 



GREENFIELD JOHN, Oroville 
l.l ssELL, PETEK A STROEVER, " 
Burress Floyd, Pacheco 
BrvantA Prav, Petaluma 
I n mild J, 
HOPKINS M I). 
POEHLMANN BROS, 
HUNGER FRED, 
Munson H F 
WALZ JOHN, 
Lad wig Wm, 
GE8SLER J A, 
Nickolaus H, 
LOOMI8 A J, 
SCRUBY FRANK, 
8TEIF ADAM, 
Davis Bros, 
NELSON ANDREW, 
Aukener A Metzer, 
ARNOLD JACOB, 

Beger Charles, " 
\>u \\< ner A Hagemanu, " 
Davis James, " 
DYE TROY, 

1- rail A Wilson, " 

GREEN A TRAIN OR, 

HARTMANN G PHIL, 

HeUbron A 4 Bro, (wholesale) M 

HEILBRON F, 

Herzog Philip, u 
Jenkins C A, " 
Lorenz A Gerber, '* 
MACKALL A PELTIER, 
Mohr A Yoerk, 

Moose Solomon, " 

MOREHOUSE G W, 

Vildhardl Wm F, t* 

Orth Rudolph, 

8CHEPP CHARLES, 

Schepp Conrad, " 

8CHNEIBEL A SMITH, 

Schwartz A Lkwellen, " 

8HOEN PHILLIPP, 

SHULMEYER HENRY, 

TODHUNTER 4 BARRETT, " 

VAN TINE A JOHNSON, 

W. In t Schaumloeffer, H 

WEI8EL C A CO, 

WILLEM J W, 

Zollt r Leopold, *" 
GALLAGHER JOHN, San Andreas 

SALCID' I J, 

Abbott C 8, Salinas 
Dol. VN P L A CO, 
BPICER W J, 
8t Jolm E A C O, 
VfATSON THOMAS, 

BLANC HARD A CO, San Jose 

BLAT'ER R, (Pork) Dealer 
took H H, 

Curl* \ John, " 
DELMAS JOSEPH, (Pork) Dealer 
Edwards N B, 
HE! M RICH MAX. 
HOLLENBECK W, 



Hvland A Maroudcr, San Jose 

| JOACHIM A POWELL, 
Lararue L, " 
LARROUDE A GASPALON, 
Lehy A Co, 
Leddy A Bro, 
LUX HENRY, 
MattvA, (Pork) Dealer 
McKENZIE SAMUEL, 
Minnit George, " 
Mosman H W, " 
MUNN E C, 

Patocchi Chas A Co, " 
Shayer Henry, " 
W T ENDT G, 
ZIMMER GEO W T , 

Greame A A Co, San Juan 

Vache Adolph, " 
EBER FRED, San Leandro 

Urv David, " 
BROWN ORRIN, San Mateo 

JENNINGS J T, 

Anderson W N, San Rafael 

Gardner E, " 
Donavan R B, Santa Clara 

LAEDERICH J N, 
Palais R St, 

Dakan A Young, Santa Cruz 

Baber B, Santa Rosa 

Gray A Prindle, " 
Harris Wm, " 
Hirth W, 
Ink W P, * 

Hammond G T, Somersville 
TURNVULL A, 

Chace J D A Co, * Soquel 

DOUILLARD FRANK, Stockton 
Gerlach A Daggett, " 
Gerlach Louis, " 
GROSS A GREENWOOD, 
Hampton A Starkey, " 
Lewis D J, " 
Ross A J, " 
Schmitt P, <£ 
Sedgewick Chas, " 
Sievers F, 
SMITH A CO, 
TINKHAM H, 

Wagner J, " 
RICE H, Suisun 
Werner A Southerland, Sutter Creek 

MARZEN JOSEPH, Truckee 
Paschen R D, 

Moore A Creamer, Ukiah 
Smith J M, 

BROWN SAML, Vallejo 
Fitzmaurice E, " 
Grove Chas, , " 

McGILL JNO F, 
McGill T F, 
SQJRLAND FRANK, 
Steffan A Co, 
Tobin J F, 

DRUSSEL D, W T atsonville 
Goodwin A Green, " 



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Nowell Thos, Watsonville 
Farmer & Burkett, Woodbridge 
Davis C H & Co, Woodland 
DICKENSON A H, 
STEINMETZ & LEINBERGER, 
Slattery & Sullivan, 

Cabinet Makers. 

APPERSON J E, 
Hilder Charles, 
Fischer Joseph A, 
Stewart Robert, 
Fallmer R T, 
Sternitzky R, 
Weramer John, 
Krimbel Jacob, 
Slapinger K, 
RIESE F, 
NOACK ALFRED, 
Mo wry E C, 
Litchfield W R, 



Yuba 



Dixon 
Eureka 
Marysville 
Nevada City 
Oakland 



East Oakland 

Petaluma 
Pleasonton 
Sacramento 
Santa Cruz 



Candy Factories. 

(See also Confectioners.) 
Bruning Bros, Oakland 
Kirchheimer Henry, " 
Maxwell W, " 
ADAMS JNO T, Sacramento 
Eitel Frederick, " 
FISHER H, 
Peterson W F, 
STARR WARREN, -i 
WIEDMANN & HROMADA, 
Damonte Antonio, San Jose 

O'BRIEN MAURICE, 
MOULIN J B, Santa Clara 

BLANK G A, Vallejo 

Capitalists. 

Montgomery A, Colusa 

Gardner M S, Dutch Flat 

Hickok B E, Marysville 
HICKOK C T, 

Glenn James T, Oakland 

West Oakland Loan Assn, West Oakland 

WILCOXSON J,; Sacramento 

Piatt & Ross, San Jose 

Groves G H,: Santa Clara 

Carpenters. 

(See Contractors and Builders.) 



Carpets. 

Lubeck D W, 
Zwisler C E, 
COHEN G & BROS, 
TOMLISON THOMAS, 
BRUCE H, 

FLETCHER WILLIAM, 
BLUMENTHAL A, 
Hook Elisha, 

STARKWEATHER & SON, 
Taylor Charles L, 
Ellsworth L, 
Weil & Co, 



Auburn 
Chico 
Dutch Flat 
Eureka 
Marysville 

Nevada City 
Oakland 



Petaluma 



CHURCH J E, Red Bluff 
CROCKER N& CO, 

COHEN BEN, Sacramento 

Locke & Lavenson, " 

Massey & Taubenheimer, " 

STANLEY J P, Salinas 

Feist Bros San Jose 

Levy M, " 

Lion L, " 

SALE WILLIAM, San Rafael 

STAFFLER GEORGE, Santo Cruz 

Farmer J H & Co, Santa Rosa 

Giebman & Co, " 

Hickman E, Stockton 

DANNENBAUM S, Vallejo 

Carpet Weavers. 

Baker Mrs I L, Lodi 
Hblmes H, Petaluma 
Robinson A, (carpet beating) Oakland 
Waltenbaugh J B, * Vallejo 
Williams Charles, Stockton 

Carriage Makers. 

(See Wagon and Carriage Makers; see 
also Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers.) 



Carriage 

Wood Thomas, 
KIRSCH JOHN P, 
KOBELT LOUIS, 
Fisher Amos, 
PARKS D B, 
Whitman R, 
OTHICK EDWARD. 
ROBBINS N W, 
KELLY H W, 
BUCKLAND L H, 



Trimmers. 

Benicia 
Dixon 

Eureka 
Marysville 
Napa City 

Sacramento 

San Jose 
Santa Rosa 



Cigars and Tobacco. 

(See also Cigar Manufacturers,) 
DUNLAP J R & BRO, Amador City 



WILLIS S W, 
PILLOT F A, 
Pincus I & Co, 
Thiel A L, 
BROOKS G G, 
HART S R, 

HOSMER & CAMERON, 
PLUMMER PAUL, 
VANSANT J K & BRO, 
WEIHE EDWARD, 
CHRISTENSON C, 
CROSBY C F, 
Dieser Johanna Mrs, 
Mateson William, 
Reilinger Henry, 

CONSOLIDATED TOBACCO CO, 
Eisner M, 

JENKINS JOSEPH, Grass Valley 

Hyman M, Hollister 
Adams J D, Lakeport 
DOUGLAS W J, Martinez 
Brass J, Marysville 
Kettnauer Philip, " 



Auburn 
Chico 



Colusa 



Dixon 



Eureka 



Gilroy 



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Marcnae M A Co, 
Nagle M E, 
BADLOCK J B, 
AL'STIN L B, 
Newkorn 8, 
< -KAY A GILMAN, 
McCauley Hugh, 
Nivens Archie, Jr, 
Buckley Frank, Jr, 
Felver D, 

HELD A NELLER, 
Hephner Phil, 
Maleton E, 

McMULLAN J H A C S, 
Peystiste A Fibush, 
Rosenberg L, 
Rosenberg Nathan, 
Ruth John, 
Titcomb W A, 
Wood A Kroll, 
Ough Joseph, 
Dailev P J, 
Little W H, 
Organ W M, 
Reinhardt H 
Revman M, 
SILVERSTIEN IKE, 
Horstmann A A Co, 
Morris A, 
BRACE M S. 
MANA88E J M, 
ADLER BROS, 
Alkns Emil, 
Betts Wra D, 
COOLOT A, 
Cusack C 8, 
FUCH8 PETER, 
GRAY CAD, 
Heynm H, 
Kozminsky B, 
LEVY R, 
Lichtenstein Jacob, 
NEWMARK J 8, 
PETIT R H, 
Rosenfeld Simon, 
Sinay Simon, 
SMITH ED F, 
Wilson Joseph, 
WOODS JOSEPH, 
MAUTNER ADOLPH, 
SCHUCHARD C F, 
Stern L, 
Aickins John, 
Barbara Ricardo, 
Brunst L, 
Bnneman F, 
Fetherston George, 
Hotel M, 
HULL BROS, 
Koppel J C A Bro, 
" AUTERIO FRANK, 
MAGNUS M, 
RINALDO 8, 
Schnoter A, 
Schoen A Weil, 



Marysville 

Mokelumne Hill 
Monterey 
Napa City 
Nevada Citv 



Oakland 



East Oakland 
West Oakland 



Oroville 

Petaluma 

Plymouth 
Red Bluff 
Sacramento 



Salinas 
San Jose 

San Jose 



Straus L, 
Murphy James, 
Schneider J J, 
Stewart Joseph, 
GERSON EMIL, 
Kroepfli J, 
Osterhus J A, 
KURLANDER J, 
Moxon W H, 
Wright J G A Bro, 
Logan Gustave, 
DEVOLL WILLIAM 
Fleishman M, 
GUMPERT E, 
HAAS H O, 
KOLBERG A, 
Kuhn A Lecher, 
Marks M, 
Snider W N, 
Straus D, 
Wavland James 
FREY JOHN, 
HIRSCHFELD S, 
NEWCOMB C A, 
Nicholson W T, 
BOCHOW F G, 
LEWIS E, 
Weeman Charles, 



San Leandro 
San Rafael 
Santa Clara 
Santa Cruz 



Santa Rosa 



Soquel 
Stockton 



Vallejo 

Watsonville 
Yuba City 



Cigar Han u fact nrc 

(See also Cigars and Tobacco.) 

ADLER BROS. Sacramento 
FUCHS PETER, 
PETTIT R H, 

KURLANDER J, Santa Rosa 

Civil Engineers. 
(See Surveyors.) 
Clergymen. 



Heacock Rev H B, 


Alameda 


Tabor Rev R L, 




King Rev E, 


Auburn 


Vandrey Rev T, 


Benicia 


Bryant Rev J W, 


Chico 


Dickernian Rev L, 




Andrews Rev W P, 


Cloverdale 


Atherton Rev J W, 




Jones Rev Seneca, 


Colfax 


Dexter Rev G M, 


Dixon 


Fish Rev I B, 


Dutch Flat 


Merrall Rev J H, 




Kirkland Rev R, 


Elk Grove 


Haswell C S, 


Eureka 


Hitchcock Rev A F, 




Sheldon Rev H B, 




Eliott Rev, 


Georgetown 


Hunter Rev H D, 


Gilroy 


Morton Rev H B, 


Brier Rev J W jr, 


Grass Valley 


TREFREN Rev J L, 


Kinsey Rev S, 


Haywards 


Wills Rev J T, 


Ash Rev George 0, 


Hollister 


Cross Rev W H, 





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Crawford Rev J J, 
White Rev J, 
Bland Rev H J, 
Anthony Rev C W, 
Tuthill Rev E B, . 
McPheeters Rev "Win, 
Hanson Rev A J, 
Draluns Rev A, 
Winning Rev E A, 
Green Rev Jesse, 
Hooper Rev J, 
Damon Rev W C, 
Gober Rev W R, 
Maclay Rev W J, 
Turner Rev W S, 
Urmy Rev W S, 
Tracy Rev C T K, 
Hazen Rev E A, 
Newell Rev J M, 
O'CONNELL Rev P, 
Peirce Rev C C, 
Jones Rev J H, 
MAYHEW Rev H A, 
Wible Rev E A, 
Jewett Rev H E, 
Bonte Rev J H C, 
Briggs Rev M C, 
Dwinelle Rev I E, . 
Heinle Rev F, 
Hopkins Rev T S, 
Rice Rev H H, 
SCANLAN Rev P, 
Taubner Rev — , 
Wells Rev A J, 
Gallagher Rev P, 
Hulbert Rev W, 
Nugent Rev Denis, 
Oviatt Rev T M, 
Rouse Rev T H, 
Beatty Rev G W, 
Croke Rev — , 
McDonold Rev James S, 
Hendon Rev A P, 
Peck Rev Wesley, 
Willey Rev S H, 
Duncan Rev A C, 
Pinneo Rev G D, 
Milnes Rev C G, 
Power Rev P, 
Jones Rev E I, 
Morris Rev George, 
Dodge Rev E E, 
Curry Rev W C, 
Kaiser Rev P J, 
Smith Rev B H,« 
White Rev Jas H, 



lone City 

Jackson 
Li verm ore 
Martinez 
Marysville 
Merced 
Modesto 

Mokelumne Hill 

Napa City 



Oroville 
Placerville 

Placerville 

Plymouth 
Red Bluff 

Redwood 
Sacramento 



San Andreas 
San Leandro 



San Mateo 
San Rafael 
San Rafael 

Santa Cruz 



So quel 
Suisun 
Sutter Creek 

Yallejo 

Watson ville 
Woodland 



Yuba City 



Clothing. 

(See also General Merchandise; also Dry- 
goods and Clothing, ) 
Dallman Louis, Auburn 
Breslauer H, Chico 
Pincus I & Co, " 
WOODS & FORDHAM, 
BOEDEFIELD JOSEPH, Colusa 



Drytown 
Eureka 



Gilroy 
Grass Yalley 



Marysville 



Modesto 
Napa City 



Nevada City 



Oakland 



West Oakland 



j GREIM GEORGE, 
Abrahams L, 
Loewenthal Jacob, 
McCown J C, 
McNamara & Kinsev, 
TAYLOR M S, 
Isaac & Bloom, 
Cohn Mrs Mary, 
FERRELL & HARRIS, 
NATHAN M & BRO, 
Novitzky Simon, 
Sanders John, 
BROWN P & BRO, 
Cohn E, 
COHN J G. 

HOCHSTADTER & BRO, 
Lask Louis, 
Schneider N, 
Worms Julius, 
LOYENTHAL I S, 
Isaac C, 
Yan Baaren J, 
YOORHEES & ALDEN, 
Casper K, 
HYMAN BROS, 
Miller B H, 
Caro Samuel, 
Harris Bros, 

Hirshberg & Greenbaum, 
Letter Jacob, 
Marcus I, 
Mc Arthur D, 
Alexander H, 

Dzerowski N, Oroville 
FRIESLEBEN D N, 
GOLDSTEIN NATHAN, 
KUSEL E A, 

Marks B & Co, " 
Ostroski Samuel, " 
BENNETT GEORGE J & CO, Pacheco 
Berger M, Petaluma 
Brewster C W, Placerville 
CROCKER B S, 

Mierson & Jewell & Co, " 
Parkhurst O, 
Simon M& Son, 

Volker C & Son, Red Bluff 

Ward M, 

ALEXANDER S (2d hand), 
ALLEN & SCOTT, 
Alexander B, 
Beede S S, 

BURLINGAME H B, 
ELKUS L & CO (wholesale) 
OILMAN C H, 
Jacobs L (second hand), 
Jacobs N M, 
Joseph M, 
Lewis I, 

Loorya M (second hand) 
Nathan Chas P, 
Nathan Samuel & Co, 
NATHAN S J & CO, 
Laskv B (second hand) , 
PETKIE WM M, 



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Sacramento 



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POLITZ G, Sacramento 
ROBERTSON R B, 
ROBIN CHAS, 

Trarbach Jno J, " 
WJSmiJTOGK H & BRO, 
Western Hotel C lothing House, " 
Conklin A Samuels Salinas 
DOLTKICK FRANK A CO. 
Appleton J, San Jose 

< i« >l«l-* tine A, " 
Isaacs M, 
Levy H. 

Newman B, ** 
O'Banion A Kent, " 
Rich A Blumeuthal 
U ■lllllj I H, 



Kolberg B F, 
Morrissev James A, 
Nathan H, 
SEVERY MOSES, 
GILLESPIE GEO A, 
Randolph I N, 
MARSE J B, 
LOYALL R B, 
Kean A C, 



Collectors 



Suisun 
Sutter Creek 
Ukiah 
Yallejo 
Woodland 



Commission Merchants. 



BBIODY it JONES, 
MATTICE V J, 
PRAY BROS, 
Willi* Mrs E, 
P« -ry T E, 
C;tdi' n A Baglev, 
Cohn A D, 

FliANKENHEIMER B, 
Kidman W B, 
Marks A Isaacs 
Raphael Julius, 
RoHcnhaum D S, 
STAMPER M A I, 
stock WELL E R, 
Walker Thomas, 
FARNHAM A CO, 
Plummer A Robinson, 
Snow H K, 
Bmn H P, 
8TRUVE H C, 
CLARY A E, 



GIBSON W H, Castroville 

« I HOBART C V Chico 

JONES E W A CO, Colusa 

«« j BAIRD A VANCE, Eureka 
San Rafael KINGSTON HARRY, 

Santa Cruz ! Waterman M A Co, Livermore 

m I KNIGHT W H, Marvsville 
m TOMB JACOB, 

Santa Cruz LAMBERT & BRO, Monterev 

<« | CAMPBELL JOHN, Sacramento 
Santa Rosa ' Deluchi Gaetano, 
Stockton I EARL D W, 
LEVY R, 

HORD G L A CO, San Jose 

Otto A Finkeldey, Santa Cruz 

HARRIS T G, Salinas 

Crawford T A, Stockton 
FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE UNION, " 
LOCKHEAD A F, 

Owens A Moore, " 
SPERRY A CO, 

JACKSON HENRY, Watsonville 



Vallejo 



Watsonville 



Yuba City 



Coal. 

(See Wood and Coal.) 



Confectioners. 

(See also Candy Factories.) 



Coflce and Spice Mill*. 

I Dingley Nathaniel, Sacramento 
< r< >I,DMAN S, 
Kr- uzberger L, 

M'-Manus Michael, " 



< 'ollectors. 

mr-r N W, 
RRITT M R, 
Id A Phillips, 
OSD LUKE, 
tson Jehn A, 
ATTY FRANK G, 
enbary, J S 
ith Isaac, 
LDWELL J B, 
• John T, 
RNO A C, 
Vinson C R, 
EL FRANK, 
GAR JOHN C, 
pe D C, 

AYES A LYON, 



Frank Andrew, 
Rose & Cole, 
WARREN R E, 
BROOKS G G, 
WILLEFORD W H, 
Jones Warren, 
SEEBA C F, 
JORY H, 
" I Peri E & Co, 
" EPLEY T H, . 
" I TAM A, 

; Bacon James H, 
I KIRCHHEINER G F P 
Alameda Kirchheiner S H, 
Castroville j Gardner T A, 
Cloverdale BUTTERFIELD Mrs NELLIE, San Jose 
Dutch Flat! Ford F A, 
Eureka ' Hull Bros, 



Alameda 
Chico 

Colusa 

Eureka 
Grass Valley 
Marysville 

Napa City 
Nevada City 
Oakland 
East Oakland 

Placerville 



Grass Valley \ Schroder C, 
Healdsburg | Wheeler E W, 



Lodi 
Modesto 
Oakland 



Petaluma 
Redwood 
Santa Rosa 
Stockton 



LACOSTA JOHN, 
Volk W J, 
Lutge & Gross, 
Blackwav Mrs Augusta, 
Slight E T, 

Constables. 

Snnders Lewis, 
Shores J M, 



San Juan 
Santa Rosa 
Stockton 
Vallejo 
Watsonville 



Auburn 
Cloverdale 



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A RNOLD JOHN T (City 
Brasfield W H, 
SECORD LUKE, 
KIMBLE WILLIAM D, 
Shannon John, 
HINMAN A G, 
Horn G H, 
McBroom William, 
Williams Peter, 
CONLON THOMAS, 
Kelly P, 
Meyers J F, 
Gift W A J, 
BROW E, 
PACKER E A, 
Ross G W, 
DAVIS A H, 
GOODWIN L W, 
Scott William, 
MORRISON R B, 
Jones John B, 
Johnson Perry, 
Tilley G H, 
ADEL FRANK, 
Bailey J G, 
Caldwell S R, 
COOPER WILLIAM J, 
Swift Frank, 
Masterson P, 
Dougherty Wilbur F, 
Haight J E, 
Singleton A B, 
Curtis L, 
Peck N T, 
Mead W H, 
Rupe D C, 
Perry George, 
Loonris C S, 
Wells James T, 
BUTT L D, 
Hildreth R M, 
Hughes J H, 
JENNINGS A J, 
Hanks J G, 
Sanborn R D, 



Marshal) , Colusa 

Dutch Flat 
Folsom 

Gilroy 
Haywards 
Hollister 

Jackson 

Li verm ore 
Martinez 

Marysville 
Merced 
Modesto 

Mokelumne Hill 
Nevada City 

Nortonville 
Oakland 

Petaluma 
Placerville 
SacrameDto 



San Andreas 
San Rafael 
Santa Clara 

Santa Cruz 

Santa Rosa 

Stockton 
Suisun 

Ukiah 

Watsonville 
Vallejo 



Conveyancers. 

(See Searchers of Records.) 

Contractors and Builders. 

MERRILL JOSHUA, Alamed 

SMITH L D, i* 
WILSON & SANDERSON, 

SAVAGE JOHN H, Amador City 

RACKLIFF ALDEN, Auburn 

JOHNSON ISRAEL, Castroville 
RINEHART, BRYAN & COOK, Chico 

McCULLOUGH G B, Colfax 

Stewart, Elk Grove 

OHLER & SIMPSON, Eureka 

SHAW JOHN, Folsom 

Ferguson James, Gait 

Dole Edmund, Haywards 
LARRABEE H F & CO, 



Hayward 8 



Hollister 
lone City 



Jackson 
Livermore 



Marysville 
Merced 



THORNDIKE C U, 
Vantassell J A, 
Wood R A S, 
HAYS BYRON, 
Denney D, 
RILEY JOHN, 
Gregory I B, 
SMITH FRED P, 
Williams Joseph 
BRAD SHAW CHARLES W 
Graham R W, . 
Lawrence D L 
WEILBYE J L, 
Gray C N, 
Hall & Monroe, 
MINER JAMES, 
BRYANT C A, Mokelumne Hill 

DIECKMANN CHARLES 
MAXWELL JOHN, 
MORRILL D L, 

SWANK H S, Monterey 
Dickerman J C, Nevada City 

Burner & Young, Oakland 
CARMICHAEL, YOUNG & CO, 
Cropper W L, Oakland 
Hanson C S, " 
Johnson & Berry, " 
Jordan Bros, " 
RE MILLARD & BROS (brick), 
TEETER ELI AS, 
Vance & Donahoo, 
WHITNEY & NEWELL, 



Hannewell G W, 
Moody & Struppler, 
Bird Henry, 
Greenleaf W S, 
Allen J P, 
BEACH S G, 
Dunn A, 
Dunn Nelson, 
HAMBLIN S G, 
MURGOTTEN H C, 
Post B F, 
Schlaier G, 
WALTON & NEAL, 
BOYD CHARLES E. 
BRISTOW WILLIAM, 
DANIELS R B, 
Deackins Wm H, 
Dudley Chas, 
LAGOMARSINS L, 
Hansen Hans, 
Carle & Croly, 
CLAYTON ZEBULON, 
Dean G B, 
McCLOY JOHN, 
Neidhardt W, 
Harper W A, 
Hook Wm, 
Jones R S, 
O'Connell Michael, 
Pike B F, 

SMITH L T (plasterer): 
Vaughan George, 
CHASE CHARLES L, 



East Oakland 
West Oakland 
Oroville 

Placerville 



Pleasanton 
Plymouth 



Red Bluff 
Sacramento 



San Andreas 



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Edmonds A, San Andreas 

Cloud A J, Salinas 
WHITE J E, 

BECK J A A CO. San Jose 

BELL J B A SON, 

BROWN CORNELIUS, 

STOCKLIN JOHN B, 

Watften A Wilson, " 

BROWN CORNELIUS (house mover) " 

Birmingham Thomas, San Juan 

Ho.lgdonJH, 

Houghton M, " 
A vera n J A Co, San Leandro 

Bernard Amos, " 
( hristv Charles, " 
OObtrtTH, 

B«kl Qm W, San Rafael 

Duclos P, 

Charles A Rogers, Santa Rosa 

Gable A Whittier, 
Full. | P, 
Miller J D, 

Craft L F, Someraville 
Bigger JEO, Stockton 
BIRCH T W, Stockton 
Brown James, " 
Davis J S, " 
Mask ins James C, " 
Whalr C F, 

Hubbell W B, * Sutter Creek 

REED J A MLS. Truckee 
STEWART JAMES, 
StonrJH, 

All) arftsoa James, Ukiah 
Hough William A, " 
( Inborn C D, " 
NUGENT WM H, (house mover) Vallejo 



CALDWELL A JACKSON, 
BOGGS A L, 
Howe D H, 
TORRANCE M H, 
Winne W H, 

Coopers. 

Fuller I, 
Kemp William, 
OCHSNER JOHN, 
SCHAEFER C, 

DUNLAP Mns FRANK, 
COPLIN A, 



Woodland 



Petaluma 
Placerville 
Sacramento 



Colusa 
Oakland 



Comity Officers. 

ALAMEDA COUNTY, 

MrK- 6 S B, District Judge, Oakland 

Nye S G, County and Probate Judge " 

Morse H N, Sheriff, 

Beed Chas G, County Clerk, 

Smith Thos A, Recorder, " 

Reed Chas G, Auditor, " 

Glascock John R, District Attorney, " 

Palmer C E, Treasurer, " 

Boardman W F, Assessor, " 

Castro L, Surveyor, " 

Campbell F M, Supt Schools, 



ALPINE COUNTY, 

Griffith S W, County Judge, Silver Moutn 

Scott J B, Sheriff, 

Buel L M, Co Clerk, Recorder and 

Auditor, 
Orgon T F, District Attorney, 
Logget T W, Treasurer, 
Grover A M, Assessor, 
Maxwell M, Coroner, 

AMADOR COUNTY, 

Pawling T M, County Judge, Jackson 
Vogan John, Sheriff, " 
PECK HENRY, Co Clerk, Recorder 

and Auditor " 
Phelps T J, District Attorney, 
Meehan James, Treasurer, " 

BUTTE COUNTY, 

Sexton Warren T, District Judge, Oroville 
Safford W S, County Judge, 
SCHNEIDER WM, Sheriff, 
ROBINSON J R, County Clerk, 
ARMSTRONG WM, Recorder, 
ARMSTRONG MAX, Auditor, 
FREER L D, District Attorney, 
DAVIS SAMUEL J, Treasurer and 

Tax Collector 
Mitchell J K, Coroner, A Pub Admr " 
McClellan Samuel, Assessor, " 

CALAVERAS COUNTY, 

Reed Ira, County Judge, San Andreas 
Haws B F, Sheriff, 
REDMOND R M, Countv Clerk, 
LEWIS WM, District Attorney, 
TREAT J F, Treasurer, 

COLUSA COUNTY, 

ROBINSON L W, County Judge, Colusa 
ARNOLD D H, Sheriff A Tax Col'r, " 
BISHOP S M, Co Clerk A Recorder, " 
HATCH JACKSON, District Att'v, 
DUNLAP JOHN, Treasurer, 
BEVILLE W T, Assessor, 
Doyle J M, Surveyor, " 
ALLEN S H, Coroner A Pub Admr, " 

CONTRA COSTA COUNTR, 

Brown T A, County Judge, Martinez 
Wilkening Fred, Sheriff, 
WILTENMYEB L C, County Clerk, " 
Bussell V B, Recorder, " 
Bailhache M H, Auditor, " 
JONES J P, District Attorney, 
Tyler A, Treasurer, * " 
Foster James, Assessor, " 
Gallagher H C, Tax Collector, 
HILLER E W, Coroner A Pub Admr, " 

EL DORADO COUNTY. 

Williams Geo E, Dist Judge, Placerville 
Irwin Chas F, County Judge, " 
Theisen John, Sheriff, 
BURNHAM GEORGE, Co Clerk and 

Recorder, " 



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INGHAM GEO H, Dist, Att'y, Placerville 
Doncaster R, Assessor and Collector, " 
Anderson James M, Surveyor, " 
Munson John, Supt Schools, " 
Collins Fred, Coroner & Pub Admr, " 



FRESNO COUNTY. 

Campbell J P, District Judge, 
Baley Gillum, County Judge, 
Clark A M, County Clerk, 
Ashman Scott J, Sheriff, 
Creed W H, District Attorney, 
Thorn A J, Treasurer, 
Stroud J, Assessor, 
Bramlet R H, Supt Schools, 
Simpson Thomas, Cor & Pub Admr, 

HUMBOLDT COUNTY. 

Haynes J P, District Judge, 
Stafford C G, County Judge 
Bull J C, jr, Sheriff, 
McKENNA W J, County Clerk and 

Recorder, 
Scott D C, Treasurer, 
Wallace Win, Assessor, 
Herrick R F, Surveyor, 
KIMBALL JOHN H, Coroner and 

Pub Admr, 



Eureka 



INYO COUNTY. 

Hannah John H, County Judge, Indepdce 
Passmore Thomas, Sheriff, 
Daugherty Wm B, County Clerk, 
Bennett P W, District Attorney, 
Isaacs H M, Treasurer, 
White H M, Surveyor, 
Dillon J F, Assessor, 
Symmes J W, Supt Schools, 
Blair J D, Public Administrator, 

KERN COUNTY. 

Colby P T, County Judge, Bakersfield 
Wells M P, Sheriff and Tax Collector, " 
Craig F W, Co Clerk & Recorder, 
Freeman J W, District Attorney, " 
Pemberton J C, Treasurer, " 
Donnell R R, Assessor, " 
Johnson W A, Surveyor, " 
Beardsley L A, Supt Schools, " 
Rogers L S, Coroner and Pub Admr, " 

LAKE COUNTY. 

Paul E M, County Judge, Lakeport 

Ingram J C W, Sheriff, " 1 
Oliver H A, County Clerk, 

Townsend E, District Attorney, " 

Everett J W, Treasurer, " 

Allen Hiram, Assessor " 

Lawrence R H, Surveyor, " 

Wallace L, Supt Schools, " 

LASSEN COUNTY. 

McClasky C, County Judge, Susanville 

Washburn F A, Sheriff, 

Hall W P, County Clerk, 

Marstelia M H, District Attorney, " 



Crane W H, Treasurer, Susanville 

Streshly 0, Assessor, " 

Branham James, Surveyor, . " 

Rinehart M, Coroner, " 

Doyle S A, Supt Schools, " 

LOS ANGELES COUNTY. 

Fresno Sepulveda Ygnacio, Dist Judge, Ls Angeles 

O'Melveny H K S, County Judge, " 
Alexander D W, Sheriff, 
Potts A W, County, Clerk, 

Miles C E, Recorder, " 

Sepulveda A E, Auditor, " 

Hudson Rodney, District Attorney, " 

Temple F P F, Treasurer, " 

Ryan A W, Assessor, " 

Kramer M, Tax Collector, " 
Ellis T J, Surveyor, 
Saxon T A, Supt Schools, 

Kurtz Joseph, Coroner, " 

Griffin J E, Public Administrator, " 

MARIN COUNTY, 

Temple Jackson, Dist Judge, San Rafael 
Almy Jos, County Judge, 
Tunstead Jas, Sheriff & Tax Collector 
Doub Val D, Co Clerk, Recorder & 

Auditor, 
Bowers T J, District Attorney, 
Dampier, Wm, Treasurer, 
Grinter John J, Assessor, 
Austin H, Surveyor, 
Saunders S, Supt Schools, 
Eden E, Coroner and Public Admr, 

MARIPOSA COUNTY. 

Corcoran J M, County Judge, Mariposa 
Clarke John F, Sheriff, 
Streeter Jarvis, Co Clerk & Recorder 
Howard W J, District Attorney, 
Counts George, Treasurer, 
Newman M, Assessor, 
Thomas R B, Surveyor, 
Kane Richard, Supt Schools, 
Trescott E H, Coroner & Pub Adnar, 



MENDOCINO COUNTY. 

Temple Jackson, District Judge, Ukiah 

Bond T B, County Judge, 

Moore J R, Sheriff, 

WILSON I L, County Clerk, 

Day Benjamin, Recorder, " 

Haile J H, District Attorney, " 

Fowzer James, Treasurer, " 

Ruddock I C, Supt Schools, " 

Cunningham W W, Assessor, " 

Smyth Thomas P, Surveyor " 

MERCED COUNTY. 

Campbell J B, District Judge, Merced 

Robertson J W, County Judge, " 

Meany A J, Sheriff & Tax Collector, " 

Hicks James E, County Clerk, " 

HAMILTON E J,Recorder & Audit'r, " 
LAW JOHN K, District Attorney, 

Turner George, Treasurer, M 



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Turner A D, Assessor, Merced 
Beaumont Edward, Surveyor, " 
FOWLER B F, Supt Schools, 

MODOC COUNTY. 

Hollman Junius, County Judge, Alturas 

Maik Joseph, Sheriff, " 

Fitzgerald N, County Clerk, M 

Bowner J C, District Attorney, V 

Rinc N B, Treasurer, " 

Harris L W, Assessor, " 

Howard J W, Survevor, " 
Estes W F, Supt Schools, 

Comhs W J, Coroner, " 

MONO COUNTY. 

Poe John I, County Judge, Bridgeport 
Jeffreys David. County Clerk, M 
Whitman Geo N, District Attorney, " 
Allen AH, Treasurer, " 
Stewart J W, Assessor, " 

MONTEREY COUNTY. 

WEBB W H, County Judge, Salinas 

GRAVES J E, Sheriff, 

Markley John, County Clerk, " 

LEESE JACOB R, Recorder, 

Scott J B, Auditor, 

DORN N A, Dist Atty, 

Little Milton, Treasurer, " 

Carpenter W L, Assessor, " 

Oaetro M A, Tax Collector, 

McCroskey R C, Supt Schools, " 

NAPA COUNTY. 

Wallace Wm C, District Judge, Napa City 
STONEY THOS P, County Judge-, 

James Bennett, Sheriff, " 
WARD JOS W, Jr, County Clerk, 

Recorder and Auditor, " 

Spencer Dennis, District Attorney, " 

Boggs A G, Treasurer, " 

Kean John, Assessor, " 
DeWOODY T J, Surveyor, 

Fellers Lorenzo, Supt Schools, " 

NEVADA COUNTY. 

Reardan T B, District Judge, Nevada City 
CALDWELL JOHN, County Judge, " 
CLARKE C R, Sheriff, 
WHITE JAMES D, County Clerk & 

Auditor, << 
ROGERS J J, Recorder, 
GAYLORD E H, District Attorney, 
SMITH PALMER, Surveyor, 

PLACER COUNTY. 

Fitch J Ives, County Judge, Auburu 

Mccormick james, sheriff, 

CRANDALL J R, County Clerk, 
ASHLEY J T, Recorder and Auditor 
BULLOCK W H, District Attorney, 
SOULE A J, Treasurer, 
Finley C W. Surveyor, 

PLUMAS COUNTY. 

Hogan E T, County Judge, 



Quincy 



Boring J C, Sheriff, Quincy 

Whiting F B, County Clerk, 

Variel R H, District Attorney, " 

Chapman John C, Treasurer, " 

Halsted P G, Assessor, " 

Winchell F J, Supt Schools, 

Ba wyer J J, Coroner & Public Admr, " 

SACRAMENTO COUNTY. 

Denson S C, District Judge, Sacramento 

('lurk R C, Countv Judge, " 

Drew M M, Sheriff, 

WOOD A A, County Clerk, 

Lowell R C, Auditor & Recorder, " 

JONES CHARLES T, District Atty, " 

Callahan D E, Treasurer, " 

Lansing James, Assessor, " 

AVI NX A G, Surveyor, 

L ANDES F L, Supt Schools, 

Wick R K, Coroner, 

Bronner Geo F, Public Admr, " 



SAN BENITO COUNTY. 



Hollister 



HARRIS J J. County Judge 
Ross B F, Sheriff, 
HUNT J J, Co Clerk & Recorder, 
BRIGGS N C, District Artorney, 
Dowdy Wm P, Assessor, " 
McCray F P, Surveyor, " 

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY. 

Willis Henry M, Co Judge, San Bernardino 
Curry A J, Sheriff, 
Swing James W, County Clerk, 
Curtis W J, District Attorney, 
Yager Hardin, Treasurer, 
Holcomb W F, Assessor, 
Pcrris Fred T, Surveyor, 
Paine C R, Supt Schools, 
Rosseau J A, Coroner, 



SAN DIEGO COUNTY 



San Diego 



Luce M A, County Judge, 
Coyne Joseph, Sheriff, " 
Grant A S, County Clerk. Recorder 

and Auditor, " 
Wildy H H, District Attorney, 
Culver C B, Treasurer, " 
Burroughs D, Assessor, " 
Fox C J, Surveyor, " 
Pauly F N, Supt Schools, 
Stockton T C, Coroner, * " 
Morse E W, Pub Admr, 

SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY. 

Booker S A, District Judge, Stockton 

BUCKLEY W S, County Judge, 

Cunningham Thomas, Sheriff " 

Wasley John, County Clerk, " 

GUNSKY CHAS, Recorder, 

Hosmer J A, District Attorney, " 

THRESHER M S, Treasurer, 

Ralph C R, Assessor, " 

DUNBAR S G S, Supt Schools, 



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SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTS. 

Venable McD B, Judge, San Luis Obispo 

Maux George W, Sheriff, " 

King N, Clerk and Kecorder, " 

Palmer H B, Treasurer, " 

Shefferly John, Assessor, " 

Laken George, Surveyor, " 

Oglesby A A, District Attorney, " 

Wearmouth Thos, Coroner & Admr, " 

Felts J M, Supt Schools, " 

SAN MATEO COUNTY. 

Bicknell J W, County Judge, Bedwood 

ED GAB JOHN C, Sheriff, 

BICE GEOBGE H, County Clerk 

and Becorder, " 
BABKEB GEO, Auditor, 
NUTTING H N, District Attorney, 

HILL J J, Assessor, " 

Cloud J J, Surveyor, " 

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY. 

Fawcett E, District Judge, Santa Barbara 

Maguire F J, County Judge, " 

Covarrubias N A, Sheriff, " 

Stone H P, County Clerk, 

Thomas B F, District Attorney, " 

Frost F W, Treasurer, 

Norway A H, Surveyor, " 

Thurmond G E, Supt Schools, 

Winchester B F, Coroner, " 

SANTA CLARA COUNTY. 

Payne D S, County Judge, San Jose 

SOUTHEIMEB JOHN J, Co Clerk, 

Hardy W B, Becorder and Auditor, " 

LOVELL WM M, District Attorney, " 

Phelps Henry, Assessor, " 

Coombe John, Surveyor, " 

Bousseau E, Supt Schools, " 

Lumer D, Coroner, " 

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY. 

CBAIG A, County Judge, Santa Cruz 
OBTON BOBEBT, Sheriff and Tax 

Collector, " 
Makinney H E, County Clerk, Be- 
corder and Auditor, " 
IiOgan J H, District Attorney, " 
Otto George, Treasurer, " 
Hobbs W H, Supt Schools, 

SHA«TA COUNTY. 

Hull S, Sheriff, Shasta 
Biokford W H, Co Clerk & Becorder 

Taylor Clay W, District Attorney, " 

Van Schaick J, Treasurer, " 

Adkins Q N, Assessor, " 

Silverthorn George, Surveyor, " 

Coleman D M, Supt Schools, " 

Hartman W P, Admr and Coroner, " 

SIIOUHA COUNTY. 

Eeyser P W, Dist Judge, Downieville 

Howe A J, County Judge, " 



Spaulding H, Sheriff, Downieville 
Strange H, County Clerk, Becorder 

and Auditor, 
Anderson Frank, District Attorney, 
Weir H G, Treasurer, 
Hughes G W, Assessor, 
Jones I G, Surveyor, 
Phalin A M, Supt Schools, 
Jump A, Coroner and Admr, 

SISKIYOU COUNTY. 

Shearer Edwin, Coirnty Judge, Yreka 
Jones J M C, Sheriff, 
McCarton A P, County Clerk, 
Gillis H B, District Attorney, 
McConnell William, Treasurer, 
Connor E W, Assessor, 
Beam D, Surveyor and Coroner, 
Duenkel William, Supt Schools, 
Varnum L, Public Administrator, 

SOLANO COUNTY. 

GBEGOBY JNO M, Co Judge, Fairfield 

WILLISTON JOHN E, Sheriff, 

HABVEY J A, County Clerk, 

CHANDLEB, T H, Becorder, 

HOOPEB THOS P, Auditor, 

Wendell J F, District Attorney, ** 

LEMON J B, Treasurer and Tax Col, " 

WOODS J B, Assessor, 

Dunn Alex, Surveyor, " 

SONOMA COUNTY. 

PBESSLEY J G, Co. Judge, Santa Eosa 

Wright Joseph, Sheriff & Tax Collr, " 

Fortson John T, County Clerk, " 
HOAG H, Becorder & Auditor, 

Henley Barclay, District Attorney, " 

Sparks George, Assessor, " 

Wood John B, Surveyor, " 

McMeans Alex C, Supt Schools, " 

Tighe Kelly, Pub Admr and Coronr, " 

STANISLAUS COUNTY. 

Stone E T, County Judge, Modesto 

BODGEBS JNO, Sheriff & Tax Col, « 

Baker Elton, County Clerk, " 

Weir Benj G, Becorder & Auditor, " 
WEIGHT C C, District Attorney, 
TOOMBS G W, Treasurer, 

Wilson Thos A, Assessor, " 

Bobinson B B, Surveyor, " 
Howard W B, Supt Schools, 

SUTTER COUNTY, 

Keyser Phil W, District Judge, Yuba City 
CBADDOCK J H, County Judge, 
Thomas J M, Co Clk, Becdr& Audtor 
Bay J H, District Attorney, 
Carpenter G W, Treasurer, 
CLABY A E, Assessor, 
Peck W F, Surveyor, 
Clark M C, Supt Schools, 

TEHAMA COUNTY. 

MAYHEW Bev H A, Co Judge, Bed Bluff 
CUSHING E S, Sheriff, 



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DE SHIELDS E, Co Clrk, Recorder 

tad Auditor, Red Bl 

Banks Jerome, District Attorney, 
Mavh.w Chas R, Treasurer, 
EBY JACKSON, Assessor, 
Shu< k. Iford H B, Surveyor, 
JOHNSON J S, Pub Adnir«t Coroner 

TRINITY COUNTY. 

Jones T E, Comity Judge, Weaverville 
Philbrook Jno W, Sheriff, 
Taylor Asa, County Clerk, 
Irwin John G, District Attorney, 
< iritfln M F, Treasurer, 
Raul.-,, ii Jacob, Assessor, 
Loveridge M, Surveyor, 
Wn.ll, igh M N Miss, Supt Pub Schls 
Thomas Charles, Coroner «£ Pub Adm 

TULARE COUNTY. 

Campbi 11 J B. District Judge, Visalia 
(.'lark John, Countv Judge, 
Win-tield O K, Sheriff. 
McGahey T G, County Clerk, 
Denny J E, Recorder, 
Cross W W, District Attorney, 
Crowley John W, Treasurer, 
Jeff, rds T G, Assessor, 
Jokaeon W G. Surveyor, 
M. rnll II R. Supt Pub Schools, 
Neil A C, Coroner, 

TUOLUMNE CCUNTY, 

Baxter D F, Sheriff, Sonora 

Potter I J, County Clerk, " 

I i. n Edwin A. Dist Attorney, " 

Mel,, an Donald, Treasurer, " 

Trout J A S, Assessor, " 

Dart John P, Surveyor, " 
Morgan Rosa, Supt Pub Schools 

Bowden Charles, Coroner, " 

VENTURA CCUNTY. 

Wason Milton, Co Judge, SanBuenaventura 
Stone J R, Sheriff, 
Kastin L F, County Clerk, 
Williams B F, District Attorney, 
Snodgrass L, Treasurer, 
Hark, y J s, Assessor, 
Hare E T, Surveyor, 
Delmont F, Coroner «V Pub Administ'r 

YOLO COUNTY. 

Bush E R, County Judge, Woodland 

Barnev Carey, Sheriff, " 

BURNS 1> M, Co Clerk A Auditor 

Hitler J A. Recorder, " 

BAKER F E, Dist Attorney, 

Ei a n A C, Treasurer, " 

BEAMER R H, Asssessor, 

None M A. Surveyor, " 

K Ii ML I, FN BERG PETER, Coroner, " 

YUBA COUNTY. 

BSLLON L R, Countv Judge, Marvsville 
WOODS MATT, Sheriff, 



Meek E E, County Clerk, Marysville 

KRAUSE JH, Co Recorder & Auditor " 

HOLLOMAN E W, District Attorney, " 
ELLIS W T, County Treasurer, 

Newberry H C, County Assessor, " 

Sanford H H, County Surveyor, " 

STEEL T H, County Sup't Schools, " 

Court Commissioners. 



LOVETT W E, 
MURPHY WMG, 
SWAIN R M, 
SCOFIELD H A, 
JOHNSON GROVE L, 
SWENSON WM 0, 
Parker Wm M R, 
Conant R, 
BUDD JAS H, 
HAYS L C, 



Hollister 
Marysville 
Napa City 
Redwood 
Sacramento 
San Andreas 
Salinas 
Santa Cruz 
Stockton 
Vallejo 



Crockery. 

(See also Groceries ; also Genl M'chandise.) 



LUCAS A J, 
OLMSTEAD M L, 
McGRATH J, 
MITCHELL H, 
WELCH P J, 
Reither Jacob, 
GEORGE WM, 
JOHNSTON PETER, 
ROSS E C & CO, 
SCHWARTZ CHAS, 
WHITE COOLEY & CUTTS, 



Chico 



Colusa 



Gilroy 
Grass Valley 

Marvsville 



Napa City 



Kiefer & Smith, 
McClelland J A & Co, 
Reimers C, " 
SMITH & PATTEN 
SWEET J J, 

Johnston W J, Nevada City 

Lester & Mulloy, 
SIGOURNEY W A, 
TURNER GEO E, 

Barbagelata F & Co, Oakland 
Cadogan, Smith & Co, " 
Stevenson F R & Co, 

Brock J M, Oroville 
KUSEL E A, 

Cowen P, Petaluma 
HASKINS T J, 

Clark & Mavhew, Red Bluff 

MANASSE J M, 
SCHOENFELD S D & BRO, 
Ackerman & Co, Sacramento 
DENNERY ALPHONSE & CO, 
KELLOGG LEONARD, 
Van Lembrouck L, 
AUZERAIS & POMROY 
Pratt F M, 



BOWMAN G, 
WILLIAMS R, 
Bowman J, 
BEHRNS C, 
EASTON A, 
Perkins E D, 
North John, 
Walsh P R, 



San Jose 
San Leandro 
Santa Cruz 



Soquel 
Stockton 

Suisun 
Vallejo 



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Hodgen I N, 


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Wright M J, 
Atteridge & Sheehy 
Cooper & Co, 
FREIERMUTH G A, 
Griffin R M, 
Stoesser Otto, 
Levy David, 



Vallejo 
"Watsonville 



Woodland 



Cutlery. 

(See also Hardware ; also Varieties.) 
Clavelot A, (Saw maker) , Oakland 
MUNSON J H, (Saw filing), 
CLINCH C, (Saw filer), Sacramento 
GRAY CAD, 
Griffith Edward, 

ROCKWELL WM, (Saw filing), 
Bonnetti C, San Jose 

Fanning Wesley, (Saw filer and 

Grinder), • " 

Coots Charles, Stockton 



Dentists. 

Burlingame & King, 
Crnm F A, 
Smith F_Z, 
Upham F F, 
Wilson M W, 
Dodge W A, 
Freese J W, 
GATES J, 
Bates B F, 
Menifee & Gaston, 
ROGERS & HORNER, 
Harris S M, 
RELLEY J W, 
BIDDLE E W, 
EATON E A, 
Hall E C, 
McLean C L, 
Boyd G H, 
Smith J B M, 
Gunn J, 
Wakefield J R, 
Craig W Q, 
DRULLARD T W, 
GOODRICH CHARLES, 
MoCLURE H C, 
LANE C S, 
Vanderlip, J T, 
HUGHSON, P E, 
COLE R E, 
Craig W H, 
Lefevre Alfred, 
Plomteaux H J, 
Porter J R, 
Powers D N, 
Reese R F, 
Swain E M, 
Phillips G M, 
Glynn I, 
Hoffman L D, 
MISCH JOE, 
BREWER B B, 
LIGHT W W, 
PIERSON H H, 



Chico 

Colusa 
Dixon 
Dutch Flat 
Elk Grove 
Eureka 

Folsom 
Gilroy 

Grass Valley 

Healdsburg 
Hollister 
lone City 
Livermore 
Marysville 

Mendocino 
Merced 
Modesto 

Mokelumne Hill 
Monterey 
Napa City 

Nevada Citv 
Oakland 



Oroville 

Petaluma 
Placer vi lie 
Red Bluff 

Sacramento 



Grass Valley 
Jackson 
Marysville 
Nevada City 
Oakland 



Sacramento 



Dooi's, Sash, Blinds, etc. 

(See also Planing Mills; also Lumber.) 
JOHNSON ISKAEL, Castroville 
SIERRA FLUME & LUMBER CO, Chico 
McCULLOUGH G B, Colfax 
RICHARDSON CHAS, Eureka 
SWEASEY W J k SON, 
BRUNSTETER P, 
KELLY A S, 
Swain & Hudson, 
HUGHES GEO M, 
Marks A, 

Burnham Standeford & Co 
Barnes H W, 
Bennett N S, 
Schindler C, 

PEARSON AMSDEN & BURNETT, " 
KILBURN CARROLL, San Jose 

Dressmakers. 

(See also Milliners and Dressmakers.) 
Hill & Thompson (Mrs) Alameda 
Vorden Mrs S, " 
McClellen Mrs S, Auburn 
Aderton Mrs N M, Chico 
Dixon (Mrs A) & Shipley (Mrs L B) 

Davisville 

Ilgner Mrs W, 

BISHOP & FISHER, (Mrs) 
Cory Mrs J H, 
Higgins Miss M, 
McStay Sisters, 
STEPHENSON Mrs E, 
Armstrong M J, 



Dixon 
Eureka 
Gilroy 



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Grass Valley 



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Garvev Mrs J, 

Wells Mrs S A, 

Wilmot Mrs K, y 

CAMPBELL KATIE Miss. 

Campbell Mrs R B, 

CLARK Mrs A G, 

Castor Mrs J W, 

MADDOCK Mrs C V, 

HUSBAND Mrs D S, 

Bacon Miss E R, 

Baker Mrs A S, 

Boslie Mme C, 

Brown A Parritt Misses, 

Burns A Cruff Misses, 

Connell Maria, 

Cook Mr* 1'. 

Ellsworth Mrs L, 

Hall Mrs F 8, 

Hendry Mrs R, 

King Mrs A, 

Larkin E, 

Lawrence Mrs H J, 
Remillards Misses, 
Smith Mrs A C, 
Birch Mrs J, 
Scholtz D, 
\\ ILLIAMS Mrs C, 
Sweeney Miss Kate, 
Jones Miss E K, 
Adel Mrs F, 
Bcanian Mrs E N, 
J'.url' son Mrs Nettie, 
Petan Mrs M, 
Twist Mrs S M, 
Morris Mrs 8 E, 
Whitney J H, 
Bock Mrs 0, 
Baxter Mrs A G, 
Carpenter Mrs 8 A, 
Carr Mrs H T, 
COX Mrs M D, 
Cnrry Mrs 8, 
Dalv'Mrs J M, 
FA 1 1;< HILD Mrs S K, 
Gilligan Mrs K, 
HAW LEY Mrs A M, 
HOWE Mrs B 
HOWE Mrs L, 
McPhatter Mrs L M, 
M E H A 1 ! K Y Mrs M. 
Moore M iss II, 
Morrison Mrs J, 
Kioholi Mrs S, 
O'CONNOR Mrs F, 
POND Miss N C, 
Bt DWlck Mrs S M, 
Boddy Mrs E A, 
BM ETHUB8T Mrs R W, 
BW» nei| Mrs H, 
SWILLING Mrs M L, 
Taylor Mrs R M, 
Tscheinen Mrs C, 
Welch Mrs j H. 
Well* Mrs H A, 
WILLARD Mrs A, 



Grass Valley 

Lakeport 
Livermore 

Marysville 
Merced 

Modesto 
Oakland 



East Oakland 



West Oakland 
Pacheco 
Petaluraa 



Pleasanton 
Sacramento 



WRIGHT Mrs L, 
YOUNGS Mrs WM, 
Yundel Mrs, 
Bessey Mrs C, 
KEITH Miss JENNIE. 
RIORDAN Miss FANNIE, 
Babcock H B, 
Bradley Mrs T S, 
Cornwell Mrs A J, 
Cowan & Lanellard, 
Curtis Mrs C M, 
Dabney N R, 
Dewey Mrs, 
Farrell Miss M, 
GARRETT Mrs J H, 
Harris Miss Julia, 
Johnson Mrs M B, 
Manner Mrs E, 
Mills Mrs L, 
Mulvena Mrs, 
Bryce Mrs H A, 
Pyle Mrs, 
Sheehan Eliza, 
Spoor Mrs M E, 
Waibel Mrs R De, 
Wilber R E, 

Wilson Mrs B, • 
Yeaw L A, 
Silvia Mrs R, 
DURAND Mrs A, 
Kelly Mrs S, 
Allen Mrs A L, 
Chappel Mrs T, 
LEONARD Mks G, 
MARTIN Mrs H A, 
WEBER Mns C, 
Willis Mrs E, 
Cummins Mrs A E, 
Rising Miss C A, 
BLAIR Miss N J, 
Caldwell Mrs M E, 
Chesrown Miss M' A, 
Himes Mrs M J, 
Hopkins Mrs C, 
Magee Mrs J S, 
Martin Mrs J A, 
CARTER Miss ALICE, 
Cox Anna, 
Shepard Mrs C M, 
Miller Mrs H M, 



Sacramento 
Salinas 
San Jose 



San Leandro 
San Rafael 

Santa Clara 
Santa Cruz 



Santa Rosa 
Stockton 



Truckee 
Vallejo 
Watsonville 
Woodland 



Dress Patterns. 

BENNETT Mrs J G, 
DUNLAP Mrs FRANK, 
McGRATH Mrs M (Demorest's) , 



Chico 
Colusa 



THORN Mrs MARY, 
PRATT K B, 
TAY JOHN I, 
STEWART J A A CO, 

Druggists. 

ELBE C B, 
Keene Edward B, 
DUNLAP J R & BRO, 
Oden Wm T, 



Napa City 
Oakland 

Sacramento 



Alameda 

Amador City 
Antioch 



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SNOWDEN E C, 

STEVENS S M, 

Malloy John A, 

Eitel Frank, 

Graves Geo W, 

McCormack J H & Bro, 

Noonan J C, 

BOGGS Dr J 0, 

RHODES E C, 

Traphageu NED, 

Spittler Geo J, 

STOVER & ATHERDEN, 

Collins A C & Co, 

HUSTLER & STORY, 

Kirby A, 

JONES J T, 

Men tz H, 

McKay Geo J, 

WECK F A (wholesale), 

Burnhain J H, 

Meredith J S, 

Shepherd B F, 

Morey H C, 

ROUNDS F A, 

Loutzenheiser W, 

Manning J M, • 

SMITH C C, 

SHADE T E P, 

Cooper J G, 

Piper & Laymance, 

Riley T, 

WRIGHT & BROWN, 
BARKFR E A, 
ROUNDS H A, 
Bruzie L, 
Arata A & Co, 
Mackall J W, 
THORNTON Dr P H, 
CUTTLER L H, 
Frisbie W R, 
PRATT CHARLES, 
Beckwith Byron D, 
Lawrence G A, 
Englund William, 
Flint W P, 
Hornung G, 
SCOTT & FLINT, 
MURRAY J D, 
WETHERELL R H, 
Cook J J, 
DIXON E T, 
Clayes S R, 
Gilliland John, 
HADSELL J R, 
BOYNTON E N, 
LUDLOW FRED G, 
POND M B, 
Richards E J, 
BELDEN P H, 
PRESTON E M, 
RUDOLPH J F, 
Woodruff D S, 
Baldwin D M & Co, 
Bowman H, 

DINSMORE WILLIAM G, 



Auburn 

Castroville 
Chico 



Cloverdale 
Colfax 

Colusa 

Davisville 
Dixon 

Dutch Flat 
Eureka 



Folsoni 

GeorgetoAvn 
Gilroy 

Grass Valley 



Gold Run 
Haywards 
Healdsburg 



Hollister 

lone City 
Jackson 
Lakeport 

Livermore 



Lodi 
Martinez 
Marysville 



Mendocino 

Merced City 

Modesto 

Monterey 
Napa City 

Nevada City 



Nortonville 
Oakland 



Lemon S, 

Morgan B, K 
Reilly P J, 

Sanford, Kelsey & Co, 
Schunhoff B F, 
Van Voorhies R J & Co 
Conard W D, 
Verhave A, 
TUCKER J W, 
FRYER D F, 
McDermott Arthur , v 
Parker Ralzemond, 
Carothers & Oliver, 
Maynard F T, 
McGuire Thomas, 
Towne S D, 
Alden S J & Co, 
Hall A P, 

BAHNEY & ALVORD, 
ROSEVEARE ROBERT, 
Frisbie Will, 
PHARIS L M, 
DOHERTY Mrs J, 
Gates Justin, 
GOGINGS R E, 
HAMMER M S, 
HOTZ J M, 

KIRK H C & CO (Wholesale) 
KLINK C F, 
McMORRY TERRY, 
Meister & Co, 
TUFTS & SPIEKER, 
WAIT G S, 
WALTHER & BELL, 
ABBOTT E K, 
St JOHN & MERCHANT, 
Leavitt W F, 
PIESSNECKER H, 
Schoenheit A, 
Chittenden J A, 
COLLINS & KARSNER, 
FISHER & HOPPER, 
HERINGHI S, 
Rhodes & Lewis, 
Cargill C G, 
Fleming S K, 
Goodspeed I R, 
Thompson L H, 
Wolfe John, 
Hyde James J, 
Oberdeener M, 
Cutler James M, 
Fay P & Co, 
HUG J J, 
Tanner & Christal, 
Frazee C D, 
Hudson T F, 
Reed W C, 
Smitb R P, 
Boscher E H, 
Choate & McCurdy, 
Hickman William M, 
HOLDEN E S, 
Pixley W B, 

WILLIAMS & MOORE, 



Oaklani 



East Oakland 

West Oakland 
Oroviile 



Pacheco 
Petaluma 



Placerville 



Red Bluff 



Redwood 



Sacramento 



Salinas 

San Andreas 
San Jose 



San Juan 
San Leandro 
San Mateo 
San Rafael 

Santa Clara 

Santa Cruz 



Santa Rosa 



Stockton 



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Pressley James T, Suisun 
Stockman D M, " 
VANCE A TAYLOR, 

Dunlap A Dennis, Sutter Creek 

CURLESS WM A BRO, Truckee 
sill N'N W J, 

Huffman W A, Ukiah 

Michel W M A Co, 

PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE, 

Frost James, Vallejo 

KIKK HENRY C A CO, 

Topley James, " 

Fine .i- Patterson, Watsonville 

Simmons S S, " 

BYNUM E A CO, Woodland 

Elston A Lndden, " 

Proctor C W, 

Kimball E C, Yuba City 

I>rygoo«Is. 

(See also Drygoods and Clothing; also 
General Merchandise.) 



Wolff A, 
Cooper J B H, 
OLMSTEAD M L, 
Zwisler C E, 
DeJarnatt A Rich, 
Dwyer Mrs J W, 
Fitzell Joseph, 
Ryan Josephine, 
MEAD A STRONG, 
Jerrett D, 
Nagler Charles, 
BAMBERGER BROS, 
HEYMAN JACOB, 
Ivens A Co, 
Loyd Mrs E, 
Nathan Charles A Co, 
NOVITZKY SAM, 
PHILLIPS Mrs JANE, 
NISSAN I K, 
Wentworth A Orsborn, 
Mails Mrs M A, 
Vostrovsky Jerome, 
Whitmore Charles, 
Dougall T, 

FLETCHER WILLIAM, 
WALSH RICHARD, 
WEINLANDER ED, 
LIPMAN S A CO, 
BLUMENTHAL A, 
Jacobs L A Bro, 
Rosenberg Bros, 
STERLING Mrs M A, 
Barnett E, 
Bernstein E, 
BLOCK EDA CO, 
Coffee A Furst, 
Dick William A Co, 
Greenhood J A Bros, 
Lippman A, 
Lippraan A Salinger, 
Martens A Reier, 
Mellis Bros, 
O'Brien J J A Co, 



Alameda 
Castroville 
Chico 

Colusa 
Eureka 



Georgetown 
Grass Valley 



Haywards 
Hollister 
Jackson 

Livermore 

Marysville 



Napa City 
Nevada City 



Oakland 



O'Connell A Co, 
Sproule Misses, 
Taft H C A Co, 
Wachs A A, 
Ford Alvin, 
Meyer W, 

Schimmelpfennig F, 
Cohn Mrs A, 
Fick Mrs A, 
Mitchell Mrs M, 
FRIESLEBEN D F, 
GOLDSTEIN NATHAN, 
KUSEL E A, 
Marks B A Co, 
Ostroski Samuel, 
Weil A Co, 

SILVERMAN A ABRAMSKY 
Simon A Son, 
ZWISLER A BROS, 
ANKELE A BERNSTEIN, 
Baker D, 

SWA BEY A BOBBINS, 
Bien Louis, 

GILMAN BROS A CO, 

GILMAN C H, (Red House) 

Griflitts J T A Co, 

HAMBURGER A, 

LIPMAN S A CO, 

LYON E A CO, 

Rothfeld Brothers, 

STEWART J A A CO, 

WHYTE A NICHOLL, 

Parker J W R, 

WALSH A 

Amiden Geo, 

Braun C W, 

Cook J W, 

Feist Bros, 

Feldman A M, 

Hale A A Co, 

Hart Jas A SonSj 

Isaacs M L, 

Kahn S, 

Levy M, 

LINOBERG L, 

Lion L, 

Leon A Steinbach, 
Loeb G A I A Co, 
Martin C J, 
Nordhausen C A A, 
SHIVELY R 0, 
SIMPSON JOSEPH, 
Sinnott J A Bro, 
Witkowsky E, 
SAMIT JOSE, 
Bergin D A Co, 
Place G W A J L, 
Davis A, 
Giebman A Co, 
SHIVELY W B, 
Fleisig J A Co, 
BELDING W J, 
Chalmers Bros, 
Hickman E, 
Washburn E E, 



Oakland 



East Oakland 



West Oakland 



Oroville 



Petaluma 
Placerville 



Pleasanton 
Redwood 

Sacramento 



Salinas 



San Jose 



San Juan 
Santa Clara 
Santa Cruz 
Santa Rosa 



Soquel 
Stockton 



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CLASSIFIED. 




lu.dJ.lb ±1X1 3 jjx. 


Sutter Creek 


Haskell B, 




jC\ XJ \J J. J J_ XJJLJ f T lkjv/ll j 


Truckee 


Newburgh & Co, 




V j V 7 I 1 X j ^> J 1 (A 1 -» J. 1 > 




SHOW A J, 


CC 




< c 


Brewster C W, 


IT laLci Vlllt? 


RER(tW\LL Mrs LAURA 


Vallejo 


CROCKER B's, 


it 


Cohen R 


Pa vL-Vm v«+ n 

x tii iviiursi kj , 




MrENERNEY Mrs JNO 


(< 


Brownstein J, 


X>cU JDlUJi 


Mitchell Mrs E, 




CROCKER N, 




Cooper & Co, 


Watsonville 


Jackson I G, 


Redwood 


Glenn & Co, 




GROSSMAYER & CO, 


fto 1 i'tiqq 


I>ry Goods and Clothing. 


Nance C P, 

Meyer & Friedlander, 




(See also Dry Goods; also 


General Mer- 


Spring T W, 




chahnise.) 




STRAUS S, 




Jacobs M H, 


Antioch 


Levy Abraham, 




Houser Louis, 


Auburn 


Lion L & Co 


Oct 11 1 (A \jXCLX <X 


LUBECK D W, 




Cooper & Co, 


OJ.JJ.la V, I LLZ 


Foreman W H, 


Benecia 


Field & Son, 


i% 


Bowman S, 


Chico 


Liebman & Co, 


Santa Rosa 


BRESLAUER M, 


" 


Fairbrother G H, 


Si f n o V + ; d n 


Godday M & Co, 




Danielewiez G, 


Sntter Orppk 


JACOBS W, 


" 


Benas B & Co, 


T CI 11C 1 \J 

CC 


Peters P & Bro, 


<< 


DANNENBAUM S; 


LOBNER L, 


Colfax 


Kennedy J E, 


cc 


Clayburgh M, 


Colusa 


Alexander D, 




Nickelsburg M & Co, 




ALEXANDER WM, 




Hudepohl H Rudolph, 


Dutch Flat 


Behrendt W 


cc 


Jacobs & Coleman, 


<< 


Alexander A, 


TT L/L/LllO. 11LI 


ELLIS B CO, 


Eureka 


GOSLINER & CO, 




SNOW & CO, 




Levy & Oser, 


cc 


Hynian J, 


Folsom 


Nickelsburg A & Bro, 




Watson & Jones, 


Georgetown 


Read & Simpson, 


cc 


BRIGGS & CO, 
Cantrowitz H & Bro, 


Gilroy 


Dyers and Cleaners. 


Danenbaum & Loupe, 




Anderson John, 


Oakland 


Goldstein H, 


Healdsburg 


Gray & Simon, 


cc 


ROSENBERG W, 


Mansfield Geo, 


cc 


BALDWIN & GRIFFITH, 


Hollister 


Rangod G, 
SAMUELS B, 




Harris M, 


" 




ROSENBERG BROS, 




BOEKHOFF G A, 


Sacramento 


Samuels J, 


Jackson 


LANG JACOB, 


cc 


PEISER I, 




Hess L, 


San Jose 


BLUM S & BROTHER, 


Martinez 


BATZEN AUGUST, 


cc 


GOLDMAN L, 


Merced 


Shipper Sol, 


cc 


Levinsky John, 




HESS HENRY, 


Stockton 


Mclnerny Mrs Mary, 


c ( 


WEBER E C, 


cc 


Nathan Bros, 








OLCESE & GARIBALDI, 




Electrical Apparatus. 


Reidy & Nolan, 




FISK & GILL, 


Sacramento 


Rosenthal Bros, 
Steinfeldt, 




Employment Offices. 


Brichman J B, 


Modesto 


HOUSTON & COOK, 


Sacramento 


Dettelbach Julius, 




Rowan James & Co, 




Farish & Co, 




Scandinavian Employment Office, San Jose 


Fuquay A F, 
GILBERT I E, 




Engineers, Mining. 


Morris Bros, 




(See also Surveyors.) 


NATHAN BROS, ' 




DeLanza F, 


Hollister 


NEWMAN & CO, 




SEYMOUR CHARLES H, 


Nevada City 


MARKS S, 


Monterey 


SMITH PALMER, 


HAAS & FORD, 


Nana City 




BENNETT GEORGE J & CO, Pacheco 


Engravers. 




Bernhard I 


Petaluma 


WITHERELL R H, Mendocino City 


CAMPBELL J, 




Swale Henry, 


Oakland 


Goldstein H, 




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PHILIP ROBERT, Sacramento 
l urtis C W, (stencil cutter) San Jose 
Hoisholt Bros, Stockton 

Express Agents. 

(Wells, Fargo A Co.) 
Betts J, Alta 
FLEEHART C, Amador City 

Phillips A Baker, Antioch 
ANDREWS A HOLLENBECK, Auburn 



Gillingham Chas A, 
LOSH WILLIAM, 
Wildman W T, 
Gray D H, 
Read T Y, 
Williams A L, 
BOWMAN GEO M, 
Bentley H, 
MOSES W F, 



Stockton 
Suisun 
Sutter Creek 
Truckee 
Yallejo 
Yallejo (south) 
Watsonville 
Woodbridge 
Woodland 



BOEHMS EDWARD, 
McDonell A, 
GIBSON W H, 
FAULKNEB CHAS, 
SHAW I E, 
STOREY W B, 
WASHBURN P L, 
TERRILL A WILLIAMS 
Jennings Wm, 
McCLURE E L, 
WECK F A, 
Palmer C T H, 
TINKER D B, 
Sornberger A Lane, 
Riudell D C, 
DORSEY S P, 
Brown H H, 
BROWN GEORGE, 
Robinson W I, 
SMITH A L, 
Woolsev George, 
RI< IITMYER B F, 
SHEPHERD J A, 
DUDEN C W, 
Mitchell J L, 
Ivory C O, 
Swain C C, 
McLEAN WT, 
BATES SAMUEL C, 
SWAIN BROS, 
HOEHCHL'ER CHAS, 
SNIVELY J B, 
TOWER A D, 
Lamdin J F, 
Tingman, Wm J, 
Gaskill R C, 
Steere A Colbv, 
RIDEOUT SMITH A CO 
Henry A, 
Lowry A J, 
Goldman A Arendt, 
Willard A Falk, 
FRANK D W, 
Chamberlain A Wilcox, 
TRACEY FELIX, 
MILLER GEO S, 
Whitlock C M, 
Reed Elliot, 
Whitnev J W, 
Powell H C, 
JA8ZYNSKY L, - 
FULLER J B, 
Crandall J R, 
Thompson R, 
♦ rnatliouse G L, 



Bantas 
Benicia 
Castroville 
Chico 
Cloverdale 
Colfax 
Colusa 
Davisville 
Drvtown 
Dutch Flat 
Eureka 
Folsom 
Gait 
Georgetown 
Gilroy j 
Grass Valley 
Gold Run 
Hayward 
Healdsburg 
Hollister , 
lone City i 
Jackson 
Lathrop | 
Latrobe 
Livermore 
Lodi 
Martinez 
Marysville 
Merced 
Modesto 
Mokeleume Hill 
Monterey 
Nevada City 
Napa City 
Nortonville 
Oakland 



Express Companies. 

Munson D L, Alameda 
Bacon S, Concord 
GREEN W H, Marvsville 
CUNNINGHAM A TROTTER, NevadaCity 
Deming Jay, Oakland 
Ruth's Oakland, Oakland 
HARDING A LANGENKAMP, Pacheco 
White Wm M, San Rafael 

Scammon G H, Somersville 
GOOD A TOWNSEND, Yallejo 

Fancy Goods. 

(See also Varieties.) 



( Oroville 
Petaluma 
Placerville 
Pleasanton 
Plymouth 
Red Bluflf 
Redwood City 
Sacramento 
Salinas 
San Andieas 
San Jose 
San Juan 
San Leandro 
San Mateo 
San Rafael 
Santa Clara 
Santa Cruz 
Santa Rosa 



DUNLAP J R A BRO, 
BENNETT Mrs J G, 
Hibbard A Sommer, 
Shrewsbury Mrs N A, 
Howe Geo S, 
SHADE T E P, 
WRIGHT A BROWN, 
SPEAR A P, 
HOP WO, 
GLASS Mrs K, 
GOLDBERG Miss B, 
SAVAGE Mrs JOHN, 
Ackerman A Co, 
DALE A CO, 
McEwen Alex W H A E H, 
MESSERSMITH A GILBERT 
Stern L, 

Harriman Miss M, 
Morehead J M, 
SIMPSON JOSEPH, 
Waldteufel A, 
Willard L, 
WISE Mrs D, 
Handley Miss Katie, 
Scott Mrs E G, 
Gibson Mrs C, 
Lea S H, 



Amador City 
Chieo 

Cloverdale 
Grass Valley 
Gold Run 
Healdsburg 
Marysville 
Meudocino 
East Oakland 
Oroville 
Petaluma 
Sacramento 



Salinas 
San Jose 



Santa Cruz 



Stockton 



Feed, Grain and Hay, 

See Hay, Grain and Feed.) 

Feed Stables. 

(See Livery,) 



Fish, 

Hegelund Jacob R, 
Ferraw G, 
Pender A Smith, 
JOHNSON T A, 
Schockan A Bro, 
Camilloni Jos A Son, 



Alameda 
Grass Valley 
Marysville 
Nevada City 

Oakland 



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Antonalle Vincent, 
BUDD HENRY, 
Jones & Anderson, 
BURY GEORGE, 
GALGIANI VINCENT, 
PERI A, 
McCREE D & C, 

Florists, 

(See Nurserymen, Seedsmen and Florists.) 



West Oakland 
Sacramento 

San Jose 
Stockton 



Suisun 



Flour Mills. 



Castroville 
Chico 



Colusa 
Dixon 
Elk Grove 
Folsom 
Gilroy 
Haywards 
Healdsburg 
Hollister 
lone City 



BROWN JNO A, 
BID WELL JOHN, 
Dryden S, 
Gage J D, 
Tyler & Newby, 
Hill B & Bro, 
MILGATE WM (Barley), 
Hay Alexander, 
WOOTEN S & SON, 
CARRUTHERS & CO, 
Browne J M, 
Cumming James, 

HALL F C & CO (Florence Mills) 
LAUMEISTER CHAS S, Livermore 
BINGHAM JOHN A & WILLIAM 

STODDARD, (managers) Lodi 
Buckeye Flour Mill Co, Marysville 
Cooper & Co, Napa City 

Babcock & Gould, Oakland 
Weston & Welch, East Oakland 

BROOKS MAX, (Ophir Mills) Oroville 
Ireland J W, Pacheco 
McCune Bros, Petaluma 
McNEAR G P (Oriental Mills), Petaluma 
CreightonMrs M, Placerville 
Simpson & Hurd, Redwood 
Reel & McGraw, Sacramento 
SMITH H G & CO (Pioneer Mills) , " 
McCREARY C & CO (Sacramento 

Mills), 

TOBEY & HUDSON (Empire Mills) ,Salinas 
TRAVIS & FITTON (Salinas Mills) « 
Berringer Wm San Jose 

Crandell L (Feed), 
Los Gatos, • " 

Moody & Bro, " 
Harris D, San Juan 

Cook N & Son, Santa Clara 

BUTLER J E (Centen'l Mills) Santa Cruz 
Nowlin & Stoddard (Empire) , Santa Rosa 
Bennett & Hinds, Soquel 
ELSEMORE & CO (Feed), 
Kirkpatrick J M (Barley) , Stockton 
LANE R B, 

SPERRY & CO (Stockton City) 
Hilborn E P & Co, Suisun 
Thomas Charles L, Watsonville 
Green L D, Woodbridge 
RHODES J M, ♦ Woodland 
WILKIE JOHN (Feed) , Yuba City 

Foundries. 

RUSBY & MERY ( Chico Ir' n W'rks, Chico 



LANIGAN TJ (Eureka Foundry) , Eureka 
Lakenan J M, Grass Valley 

Taylor M C, 

BOOTH & ECKART (Marysville 

Foundry) , Marysville 
WILLIAMSON H B (EmpireFon'v) , " 
THOM & ALLAN, Nevada City 

LOEPER CFG (Brass) , Oakland 
Scoville Ives (Oakln'd Ir'n W'rks) , " 
WALKER E E & CO (Alameda 

Iron Works)„ " 
Morey H S, Placerville 
GUTENBERGER WM (Sacramento 

Foundry) , Sacramento 
McGUIRE JAMES (iron doors), 
Root, Neilson & Co (Union Iron 

Works), 

SWEENY BROS (Pacific Gas Meter 

Works), 

BROWN BROS, Salinas 
KUCHENBEISER F (iron doors) , San Jose 
McKENZIE D (San Jose Foundry), " 
Shaize L (brass), " 
Davis E H, Santa Clara 

Anmer Thomas, Santa Cruz 

Marti q W H, 

Shulte H F (Golden Eagle Foun- 
dry) , Santa Rosa 
Caine John (Globe Iron W'rks) , Stockton 
FARRINGTON, HYATT & CO 

(Stockton Iron Works), 
McGuffick Wm (boilermaker) , " 
Manon S S, Sutter Creek 

Heald John L, Vallejo 

Fruits and Vegetables. 

(See also Produce.) 



Watson J E, 

BID WELL JOHN, 

HUNT ED F, 

Kennedy John R, 

Phillips L P, 

Rose & Cole, 

Williams S W, 

DOUVILLEGH, 

Hoag P H, 

McKENNA JAMES, 

HALEN A, 

Princevalle J, 

HILL C R (wholesale), 

ROSENTHAL S, 

GEORGE WM (wholesale), 

Boice John P 

Small John, 

Munos Joseph, 

Boon Theodore, 

CASEY BROS, 

COOLEY & LEWIS, 

CUMBERSON A J, 

Pender & Smith, 

Robinson John A, 

AUSTIN L B, 

BLACK WILLIAM, 

Schrockan & Bro, 

Bell J R, 



Castroville 
Chico 



Cloverdale 
Colusa 
Davisvillc 
Eureka 
Folsom 
Gilroy 
Grass Valley 



Hollister 

Livermore 
Marysville 



Merced 
Monterey 
Nevada City 

Oakland 



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Croslev J S, 
CUMMINS ABA CO, 

Hodgdon John, 
Lewis C R & Co, 
Madison H L, 
SCOTT C H, 
Beck Gottlieb, 
Broadway John, 
HAWKS JACOB, 
lMH*«M>4 Xavier, 
Bowiai C, 
Thsrsing & Lake, 
Brooks Bros, 
Sheldon H M, 
Smith J J, 
Smith N J, 
Haldbargh Bros, 
Bellinger O D, 
Welch R C, 
Abramovich John, 
Barnes Charles, 
CASTRO JOSEPH, 
Coney S, 

COOPER GEORGE, 

Debernardi U, 

JONES A ANTHONY, 

Mathews William H, 

Merrill F M, 

Morrill G H, 

BOBBINS J M, 

WILSON A DENHALTER, 

Weber F H L, 

Andrews Sc Covkendall, 

BRIMBLECOM F A <fc E, 

OAMPIGLIA A & CO, 

Close M C, 

DX8IM0NE J & CO, 

Gnrrasio C, 

Rutino G B, 

ROSS L ft SON, 

TOMLINSON J M, 

Wheeler E W, 

Jesus Don, 

Murphy James, 

Crane T J, 

Matthews D C W, 

Morris J W, 

Brown & Co, 

BROWNING WILLIAM, 

GALGIANT VINCENT, 

PERI A, 

Snider W N, 

MILCO NICOLA & CO, 

M1LCO G N, 

Milco John, 

McCREE D <t CO, 

DAVIS HAMLET, 

Bliven H & Co, 

Rodgers Daniel, 



Oakland 
(< 

< < 

East Oakland 

<{ 
<< 

West Oakland 
Petaluma 



Pleasanton 
Redwood City 
Sacramento 



San Jose 



San Juan 
San Leandro 
Santa Rosa 



Stockton 



Suisun 
Truckee 
Vallejo 
Watsonville 



Furnishing Goods, 

(See also Clothing; also Drygoods and 
Clothing.) 

BCHMIDT HENRY, Dixon 
Beilinger Henry, Eureka 



CASACCIA A R, 
Farwell & Hirshberg, 
Hernandez R S, 
Reichenberg B V, 
Smith C H, 
HOLMES & CO, 
BURLINGAME H B, 
Francis George, 
Rosenthal Augusta, 
SMITH J G, 
Morris M, 

Furriers. 

Angora Robe and Glove Co, 
Slate Walter E, 



Merced 
Oakland 



East Oakland 
Sacramento 



Vallejo 
Watsonville 



San Jose 
Oakland 



Gasfitters. 

(See Plumbers and Gasfitters.) 

Gas Works. 

Chico Gas Co, Chico 
Grass Valley Gas Co, Grass Valley 

MARYSVILLE COAL GAS CO, Marys ville 
NEVADA GAS CO, Nevada City 

Petaluma Gas Works, Petaluma 
Red Bluff Gas Works, Red Bluff 

Sacramento Gas Works, Sacramento 
Salinas City Gas and Water Co, Salinas 
Morrison S, Santa Clara 

Stockton Gas Co, Stockton 
VALLEJO GASLIGHT CO, Vallejo 
Woodland Gas Co (W L Mes- 

singer) , Woodland 

Furniture and Bedding. 

(See also General Merchandise.)* 



MANN V V, 

Hallet & Loy, 

LUCAS A J, 

Livernash J H, 

Bicknell Thomas, 

GOODHUE J H, 

SWENSSON & CHADWICK, 

CHARLESTON A & CO, 

PRATT WILLIAM H, 

TOMLINSON THOMAS, 

Miller J, 

TRICKEY J H, 

TBYON A B, 

JOHNSON B, 

Pope W C, 

Wohlers Henry, 

Willson H M & Co, 

Black J M, 

Snyder A, 

Auspacher Bros, 

Freeman George E, 

Ansorg C, 

FROST & SHAFFER, 
Arnold J & Co, 
Lewis F J, 
Buchner George, 
GILES J & CO, 
Mellor & Sylvester, 
STARK G A (Spring beds) , 



Auburn 
Chico 

Cloverdale 
Colusa 

Dutch Flat 
Eureka 



Folsom 
Gilroy 

Grass Valley 



Healdsburg 
Hollister 

Li verm ore 

Marysville 

Merced 
Modesto 
Napa City 



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Oakland 



GUILD F G, 
JOHNSTON J E, 
Barker Frauk, 
Bankhead & Sons, 

Burgess Robert, " 
COPLIN A (utility adjustable table) , 1 ' 
Davis H, " 
Mellor James F, " 
Pantosky H, 

Pantosky J, " 
Schellhaas H, " 
Schreiber Christian, " 
Schreiber Philip, " 
Westerdahl & Ericsson, " 
Hook E, 

Rossini C J, "West Oakland 

SOVEREIGN & RUSSELL, Oroville 
Ellsworth L, Petaluma 
Culbertson H T & Co, Placerville 
Gate r man H, " 
FICKERT C W, Red Bluff 

COOPER E B, Redwood City 

Bauer J & Co, Sacramento 
BreunerJohn, " 
CAMPBELL JOHN, 
CAPITAL FURNITURE CO, 
COMSTOCK W D, 

Davis James G, " 
HAMBURGER S D & CO, 
MIER, AVERY & BERNHARD, 
Quinn John, " 
RENFRO & MORRELLE (mnfrs 

Gilmore's spring beds), " 
SHERBURN W H, 
VAN.HEUSEN & HUNTOON, 
WARDLE WILLIAM, 
WILSON J A, 

STANLEY J P, Salinas 
BENNETT BROS, San Jose 

Brown J M, " 
Halford & Co, " 
Bloom M, " 
Gregory P, " 
Humburg V, " 
Jager Charles A, " 
PRICE A T, 

Sanguinetti B, " 
Taylor Z, " 
WATTERS & WILSON, 
SALE WILLIAM, 
Smead, Cherry & Smead 
Talbot D J, 
SMITH & DeWOLFE, 
STAFFLER GEORGE, 
Davis & Roller, 
Farmer J H & Co, 
EASTON A, 
Heinz Joseph, " 
JARVIS & WILDER, 
KENNEDY & MILLER, 
SAWYER I M, 
HOUCHE JOHN_B, 

Cruthers B, Truckee 
GESSLER F, Ukiah 
O'BRIEN THOMAS E & CO, Vallejo 



San Rafael 
Santa Clara 

Santa Cruz 

Santa Rosa 

Stockton 



O'NEILL CHARLES, Watsonville 

Gruwell R M (spring beds) Woodland 

Krellenberg Peter, " 

Smith J K, " 

Gasfitters and Plumbers. 

(See Plumbers and Gasfitters.) 

General Merchandise. 

(Where is kept a general assortment of 
Drygoods, Glothing, Groceries, Hard- 
ware, Crockery, etc. Those keeping one 
kind of goods only will be found under 
their respective heading.) 



BARBER A S 
Munson D L, 
Taylor & Pickens, 
TOWLE BROS & CO, 
CHICHIZOLA A, 
Kirkland W W, 
Weil H, 

BRUNKHORST WM A, 

Hamburg Martin, 

Labree Isaac, 

MEYER LEOPOLD, 

Wolf S, 

Gordon Robt, 

WILLEMENT GEORGE, 

Brickhetto J C, 

KAUFFMAN LEON, 

Barry James, 

Ewing James, 

Jones J W, 

Keating L B, 

Wood & Dutcher, 

Dorn, Bullard & Co, 

TICKNER BURNHAM & CO, 

Rhine Charles, 

Abraham C, 

Carrie J A, 

Levy J, 

Linville B & Son, 
Schwartz M, 

HAYFORD HIMES & CO, 
KECK JACOB, 
FURTH J, 
Gosliner & Co, 
Ware G W, 
BACON S, 
NEUSTAEDTER B, 
Dresbach Bane & Co, 
TERRILL & WILLIAMS, 
EPPINGER & CO, 
Ferguson W R, 
BLUM SONS & CO, 
GREIM GEORGE, 
Jennings Wm, 
Williams J C, 
COHEN G & BROS, 
Disque Henry & Co, 
Maker G S, 
Barman H, 

JACKSON CHARLES, 
JANSSEN E & CO, 
Rohner & Ellery, 



Alameda 
Alta 

Amador City 



Antioch 



Auburn 



Bantas 



Benicia 



Castroville 

Chico 

Clayton 
Cloverdale 



Colfax 
Colusa 



Concord 
Davisville 
Dixon 



Drytown 



Dutch Flat 



Eureka 



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WALSH THOMAS, Eureka 
BREWSTER BROS, Gait 
Whitaker A Rav, 

LOEWI J A CO, Gilroy 
NEVADA CO BUSINESS ASS,Grass Valley 
HUNT WM H, Gold Run 

Moody A Co, " 
Brodek G, Haywards 
BROWN GEORGE, 

Culling Asa, " 
Baruch H, Healdsburg 
Bloom A Cohn, ** 
Grangers' Business Association, " 
Meyer S, 

Mulligan Bros, 11 
White C L A Co, 

PARISH A CHAPPELL, Hollister 
FARMERS' UNION, 
Goldfish J, 

McMAHON THOMAS, 
Isaac B A Co, lone City 

Newman G A Bros, " 
Stewart A Bennetts, " 
Woolsey Geo, M 
Campi Santi, Jackson 
GINOCCHIO E A BRO, 
8ANGUINETTI B, 
Steckler C A Co, 

Charmak L. Lakeport 
Cook A McConathy, " 
Farmers' Business Association, " 
League J N, " 
LEVY, A, 

RIEBSAJf A ADAMS, 
BISHOP A ANDERSON, 
ANSPACHER BROS, 
LEVY SAMUEL, 
NoLeod A Stanley, 
MONTEVERDE M G, 
COLLINS JOHN J, 
Ivory C O, 
SMITH ISAAC, 
Newberger A Gartley, 
Weiss I, 
Brown B, 
KELLY W H, 
Marks S A Co, 
Morgan L M, 
Simon Jacobs A Co, 
GRIDLEY A CO, 
HUDELSON A SON, 
MADDUX J H A CO, 
THE GRANGE CO, 
DAVIDSON A PECK 
Gradwhol A Jacob, " 
WISE R, M 
ABREGO JOSE, Monterey 
ESCOLLE A MANUEL, 
LA PORTE WM, " 
LITTLE LEWIS, 

PYBURN W H, w 
Schmidt E H, 

SNIVELY J B, »* 
Boreo — , Napa City 

DONNELLY T C, 



Latrobo 
Kanawha 
Livermore 



Lodi 



Martinez 
Mendocino 



Merced 
Modesto 



Mokelumne Hill 



Nortouville 

East Oakland 
Oroville 
Pacheco 
Pajaro 
Petaluma 



Plea san ton 



Plymouth 



Jaensch W, Napa Ciiy 

Newhouse D, " 
Thompson A Beard, 
Conro A Dodge, 
SENDERMANN A, 
Fonte A, 
St Sure Charles, 
Kalisky M, 
PAYNE J S, 
BOLLA P A CO, 
CANEPA L A BRO, 
Caiothers W O, 
McClymonds, Taft A Co, 
Sehmitt George, 
Whitney A P, 
BLUMENTHAL A BRO, 
Goldman A Arendt, 
Lander MBA Co, 
DAVIBS J L, 
DUNCAN R H, 
Edmondson A Lewis, 
Willard A Falk, 
Williams J C A Co, 
BAHNEY, CAMPBELL A CO, 
CHURCH J E, 
KIMBALL A WELTON, 
TIPTON A BURTT, 
Chamberlain A Wilcox, 
Jacobson L A Co, 
KUCK MARTIN, 
Plump G, 
Smith T J, 

Sisson, Wallace A Co, 
FARMERS' UNION, 
STRELLMAUER A ABRAHAM, 
VANDERHURST, SANBORN A CO, " 
Cassinelli D, San Andreas 

Dasso G A Co, " 
FRIEDBERGER A, 
Lloyd Bros, 

Carter John S, San Jose 

Farmers' Union, " 
Owens W H, 

LEMOINE GAMBERT A CO, 

Dolheguy G, San Juan 

FILOUCHEAU M, 

HARRIS SAMUEL, 

SULLIVAN MAURICE, 

Grigsby Henry, San Leandro 

Kahn Maurice, " 

McMillan D, 

Meyers Ferdinand, (i 
Nabb RC, n 
SMITH WD, " 
Husing E A A Co, San Mateo 

JACOBSON L, 

Mandel A Co, San Rafael 

PRATT F H, 

Fatjo A A Co, Santa Clara 

Lamory E, " 
Widney J, 

BERNHEIM J A CO, ftanta Cruz 

Brownstone J, " 
COBLENTZ FELIX, 
DeLamater Gr B V, 



Red Bluff 



Redwood City 



Sacramento 
Salinas 



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MOULTON & BIAS, 
Simon, Jacobs & Co, 
Byrne & Allen, 
Carithers D N, 
Hood T B, 
Kessing & Tupper , 
Morrison Bros, 
Biley, Hardin & Farmer, 
Sacry & Hayes, 
Smith T W, 
Wise & Goldfish, 
GAMES F, 
Hughes W J, 
Jenkins T W, 
Lando J, 
POETEE E, 
HOUCHE JOHN B, 
McKee & Southworth, 
Melone G W, 
OWENS & MOOEE, 
Paulsell AC, 
HAEEIS HENEY, 
Breck Samuel, 
Cerkel W, 
Cohn J, 
Frank J & Co, 
Morgenstern & Milzner, 
Brignole B, 
Brinn M & Brother, 
COBLENTZ G, 
Wildman W T 
MAEKS GEOEGE C, 
Saracco C, 

BUECKHALTEE F & CO, 
SISSON, WALLACE & CO, 
GIBSON G W & SON, 
Hoffman W A, 
Hofman C, 
Marks A & Co, 
PETTIS & CO, 
WISE M, 

FOED & SANBOEN, 
GEEENBOUM W & CO, 
Lewis A & Co, 
Bentley H, 

EUTLEDGE, LEWIS & 

EAN, 
Freeman F S & Co, 
Wilcoxon C E & Co, 



Santa Cruz 
Santa Eosa 



Somersville 



Soquel 
Stockton 



Suisun 



Sutter Cre»k 



Truckee 
(< 

Ukiah 



Watsonyille 



Woodbridge 
McLEE- 

c < 

Woodland 
Yuba City 



Glassware. 

(See Crockery.) 

Glove Manufacturers. 



SEAECY F L\ 
Williams C F, 
Parmeter P, 
Pearson I N, 
Holliday J M, 
LEONAED GEOEGE O, 
KINGSLEY GEO L & CO, 
Allmond George, 
DODGE S K, 
LUSK Mbs I W, 
MAEKHAM ALBEET, 



Chico 
lone City 
Lodi 
Napa City 
East Oakland 

Bed Bluff 

i < 

Sacramento 



HAEVEY Mrs S A, Sacramento 

Lion L, San Jose 

Wilcox & Williams, " 

Ashley James, San Mateo 

Hall J E, Stockton 

Mckenzie miss lauea v, 



Grain Buyers. 

(See also Hay, Grain and Feed.) 



Chico 



CO, 



Colusa 

Davisville 
Marysville 
Merced 
Modesto 



Napa City 
Pacheco 
Placer ville 
Pleasanton 
Salinas 

San Jose 

Stockton 



SAN 



BID WELL JOHN, 
DEESBACH & CO, 
TICKNEE, BUENHAM 
JONES E W & CO, 
MUEDOCK & JONES, 
DEESBACH & CO, 
BATCHELDEE A J & CO, 
Huffman C H, 
Brown James A, 
Huffman C H, 
McCarthy J W, 
Perley George, 
Sheehy Albert, 
Baldwin B, 
Landecker L, 
WELLEE H O, 
Ball H S, 
EAYMOND J P, 
Carter J S, 
PFISTEE A & CO, 
Baggs William M, 
BAENEY J H & CO, 
Brown &Co, 
Bostwick I S, 

GEANGEES' UNION OF 

JOAQUIN VALLEY, 
FAEMEE'S CO-OP'IVE UNION, 
Kirkpatriok J M, " 
Peters J D, " 
Smith J W, * 

Sheehy Albert, Vallejo 
PAEDEE GEOEGE, Watsonville 
POETEE JEEOME, 

Grocers— Retail. 

(See also General Merchandise.) 

BAEOTEAU AUGUSTE, Alameda 
Bishop James, " 
HOLTZ WILLIAM, 

Carman G C, Antioch 
White T B, 

Dwyer & Gubbay, Auburn 
Newton & Willis, 
Stephens T E, 

KINSTEEY THOMAS T, Benicia 
QUIGG CHAELES, 

Cooper J B H, Castroville 
Miller & Co, 

Williams J, " 
HUNT ED F, Chico 
Johnson N, f* 
OLMSTED M L, 

Thomas A B, " 
Crigler W E & Son, Cloverdale 
SHAW I E, 

Nickell G W, Colfax 



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McGRATH J, 
1>. JanwM A Rich, 
MM VILLE G H, 
I'l "I'M \\ F M, 

WELCH P J, 
WILLEFORD W H, 
Hernandez Joaquin, 
Brown R H, 
Ries Henry, 
V \ N BANT J Kit BRO, 
Higbee J O, 
RUNCKEL J H, 
BWEN8SON A CHAD WICK, 
CUTLER A TAYLOR, 
DBAN GEORGE, 
M o R < ; A R K 1 DG E A K I M BALL, 
sweasey w J A SON, 
Taylor A Heney, 
TAYLOR M 8, 

THOMPSON WILDER DA CO, 
Conn S. 

HUMPHREY JAMES, 
MeNamcc Frank, 
Smith J B. 
Jackson A Thomas, 
Sornberger A Lane, 
Brown Mrs M, 
Hoxett A Weymouth, 
I.< iinon M. 
Mullen J a hp- M, 
Reither Jacob, 
K< HAEFEH F, 
Shadek A F, 
VAN SHAICK H D, 
Finnic R, 

< i Eor< ; e WILLIAM, 
Granger A Watt, 
JOHNSTON JOHN, 
JOHH8TON PETER, 
Parker John, 
Polglase John, 
Roberts Richard, 
Seadden Henry, 
Silveste r H. 
WYMORE C C, 
NISSAN I K, 
Cummings J J, 
Jolly A Wiscomb, 
Lannan P A Co, 
BALDWIN A GRIFFITH, 
BRESLAUER BERNARD, 
Doolittle F, 

H.I IT! - M, 

ROSENBERG BROS, 
Went worth A Osborn, 
COMEGYs G w. 
Win r more Charles, 
Hoey James, 
Swain 8, 

BATCH ELDER A J A CO, 
BELL A GARRETT, 
Boon Theodore, 
Comassi G, 
I OOLEY A LEWIS, 
CUMBEKSON A J, 



Colusa 



Concord 
Dixon 



Dutch Flat 



Eureka 



Folsom 

Georgetown 
Gilroy 



Grass Valley 



Haywards 
Healdsburg 



Hollister 



Livermore 
Martinez 
Marysville 



Mendocino City 
Merced 



Modesto 



Mokelumne Hill 



ELLIS W T, Marysville 
HARE J K, 
HOFSTETTER J U, 
HY'AMS D S, 
LYDON J T, 

Nagle M E, " 
Schmidler H, 
STRATTON C A A CO, 
WOODWARD J C, 
YANG SING, 
CASACCIA AR, 
GOLDMAN M, 
Levinsky John, 
Mclnerny Mrs Mary, 
OLCESE A GARIBALDI, 
Dettelbach Julius, 
Parish A Co, 
Fuguav A F, 
GILBERT I E, 
Morris Bros, 
NEWMAN A CO, 
Costa M, 
Nye D B, 

Pellaton Mrs L, • " 

Gomez Felipe, Monterey 
Silva M, 

Donnelly James, Napa City 

Kiefer A* Smith, 

Mo< llelland J A A Co, 

REIMERS C, 

Scott A Tool,\ «f 
Semorile A Cenepa, '« 
SMITH A PATTEN, 

Bigelow E W A Co, Nevada City 

BLACK WILLIAM, 
GAULT ALEXANDER, 
HANSON A WADS WORTH, 
Lademan A, f 
Lester A Mulloy, ** 
Robinson C F, " 
Sutton A Judge, f« 
Wolf William, 

Adams M, Oakland 
ATKINSON G D, 

Baker Peter, " 
Bloom G, 

Burns, Whitman A Gardiner, " 
Cadogan, Smith A Co, ** 
Charpenlir Pierre, *« 
Courvoiser F L, ** 
Cashing A Rvder, 
Ghirardelli A Petar, 

Helmke A Brunje, " 
HORTON RICHARD, 
Jones C, " 
Kirchoff Bros, " 
Kornahrens H, " 
Ereyenhagen E A Co, 1 " 
McCABE A COX, 
McCrum R A Co, 

McElroy James, " 
Miller A Lovins, " 
Parsons E, f* 
Raffo Bros, 
SPLIVALO S A CO, 



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WILKERSON W S, 
Ford Alvin, 
Hampel Henry, 
Hill T, 

Mason TV C & Go, 

Palmer Allen, 

Turn Suden Henry & Co, 

Steere & Colby, 

Buhsen D, 

Farrell John, 

HAAR HENRY, 

Hansen A, 

Hawkett TV G, 

Lothrop G TV, 

GOLDSTEIN A., 

PERKINS, LOGAN & Co, 

Crichton William, 

Cox & Fritsch, 

Heldburgh Bros, 

James Bros, 

Lynch H A, 

Meedham & Erwin, 

NAUGHTON H, 

Neil & Bowles, 

Schwartz & Son, 

SWISS STORE, 

Symonds C TV, 

Darlington A, 

Goldner J, 

L an decker L, 

MASON B D, 

McBride R B, 

WILCOX T, 

Clark & May hew, 

HUME P R, 

Lange Mrs L H D, 

VOLKER C & SON, 

DENNIS & GOULD, 

Offermann J H & Co, 

Stafford James, 

Welch R C, 

AXTMAN HERMAN, 

Batcher John, 

BAYER & CO, 

Bellmer John & Co, 

Berck L B, 

Bronner Geo F, 

Chambers Chas, 

Clark Patrick, 

Cook T H, 

Betts Wm D, 

COX GEO & CO, 

DAUGHERTY & CO, 

Devine Martin, 

Devlin Robt, 

Dierssen D, 

Doherty Mrs R, 

Dolan J T, 

Donahue John, 

DWYER STEPHEN, 

EHLERS BERNARD, 

EH MANN CHR, 

Eilers D TV, 

FELDHUSEN CLAUS, 
Filand Patrick, 



Oakland 
East Oakland 



West Oakland 



Oroyille 



Pacheco 
Petaluma 



Placerville 



Red Bluff 



Redwood 



Sacramento 



Fish Frederick, Sacramento 
Gerber & Lorenz, 
GOLDMAN S, 
GREER E, 
GUTH, GEORGE, 
Harkins John P, 
Hart Patrick, 
HEINRICH CHARLES, 
Horstmann Christ, 
JEFFERY P, 
JONES, GIYEN& & CO, 
Joseph & Gribble, 
Kennev Thomas, 
K(ENING RICHARD, 
Kreuzberger L, 
Kyne M C, 
Lewald Isaac, 
Nobel R, 
Luttig Frank, 
Maass & Neilsen, 
McCaragher John, 
McGINNISS CRIST, 
Meierdierks Charles, 
MENKE C J, 
Moose Solomon, 
MILLER & WHITE, 
Milliken Bros, 
Nelson George, 
Pendargast Patrick, 
RAPP C TV & CO, 
Reinhart Fred, 
ROCHON O, 
Rode H, 

RUSSELL P H, 
Salle CFG, 
SCHADEN AREND, 
SCHMITT FRANK, 
Sermonet George, 
SHAFF Mrs MARY, 
St Dennis Morris, 
Stcinmeyer F W, 
VOLLE* FREDRICK, 
WAGNER JACOB, 
WEBER F H L, 
Welch John, 
WETZEL MARTIN, 
Wohlck John, 
YURHE W F, 
Conklin & Samuels, Salinas 
Congdon G TV, 
HARRIS J H, 
Hart Wm, 
Lloyd D W, 
Nance C P, 
Norton J B, 
Parker J W R, 
Warren George, 
Agostine C, San Andreas 

ABEL WM, San Jose 

AUZERAIS & POMEROY, 
Belloli Jos A, " 
Boggs & Sage, " 
CLARK S A, 
CORKERY DENNIS, 
Devine & Lorigan, " 



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FISCHER \VM, San Jose 

Friant A A Co, " 
Grieve John " 
BMfti H M A Co, 
LAGARDE A, 

LKMOINE, G VMBERT& CO, 
Lendrnm, Burns A Co, " 
Lewis Mrs M, 11 
Luther A Schroeder, " 
M A L A TEST O M, 
Molle P, 

NICHOLSON F H A CO, 

Parks Bros, 11 

Peirano S, M 

Pozzo Frank, •? 

hull G A Son, H 

ISA ABE CHAS I 

Reinhardt Mrs R, 

RENZEL CONRAD, 

HOSS L A SON, 

Smith Fred, " 
STOVER HENRY, 

Vasqui E, '* 
Whitney A Owsley, " 
Yocco E A Labelle, " 
SAM IT JOSE, 
GARDNER E, 
Gieeko J C, 
Grosjean C, 
Hanna Francis 
8CHWIESAU E, 
Bacigalupi A, 
Gat rand Lewis, 
Habich H. 

KARRICH SAML M, 
BRIODY A JONES, 
Cooper A Co, 
Gilbert David, 
PRAY BROS, 

WILLIAMSON A GARRETT 
Bew Geo, 
Gamble John 0, 
Mat^rn F, 
O'Rear W, 
Ringo S A, 
Seegelken A Bro, 
Shane A, 

SARGENT A THOM, 
ALEGRETI G, 
Basilio L, 
Black A Bro, 
Boiso Joseph, 
Boisselier H G, 
Cole A Marble, 
CORCORAN A DYAS, 
De Blainville Mrs Marie, 
DUCKER JOHN, 
GhiKliazza G A Bro 
Gianilli Bernardo, 
Gwnblatt M A Co, 
HAMMOND, MOORE A YARDLEY 
Hampton A Starkey, 
Hansell A Wollner, 
HART A THRIFT, 
Badges A Buck, 



San Juan 
Sau Rafael 



Santa Clara 



Santa Cruz 



Santa Rosa 



Soquel 
Stockton 



Truckee 



Suisun 
Sutter Creek 
Yallejo 



Kraft H, Stockton 
Lastretto N, 
Lertora Peter, 
McCARTY J R, 
Morris H A Co 
MUSTO P 
Parker R B A Co 
Rivara A Canale 
Sargent H S 
Schmitt P 

SHEPHERD D C A BROTHER 
Vasquez Joseph 
Woolsey William 
DAVIS HAMLET 
HARRISON G W 
JONES LEE 
Perkins E D 
Bowden J 
Bliven H A Co 
Egery A Lamont 
Lynch P C 
Lynch P B 

McCOOL A FRISBIE 
McINNIS JOHN A 
MEGARRY WILLIAM 
Moran James 
MURRAY ANTHONY 
NORTH JNO 
O'Neill T J 
Radke R 

RICHARDSON A CO 
Toland James 
Williston J E 
Attcridge A Sheehy Watsonville 
Conlan S " 
Gav F . " 

GINOCHIO L 

Glenn J H A Co " 
GRIFFIN R M 
MATERNI A 

Miner A Yoacham " 
Stoesser Otto " 
STRUVE H C 

Williams A Co " 
Eaton J H A Son Woodland 
Eaton J I » 
Finstcrer Geo " 
Kelly Thomas " 
Labuxsier Joseph " 
Schwalm J G «< 
Thomas A Porter " 
Porter AD " 
Murphy J N Yuba Ci£> 

Grocers— Wholesale. 

(See also Grocers — Retail.) 
ADAMS, McNEILL A CO Sacramento 
CHESLEY GEO W A CO 
BOOTH A CO 
LINDLEY A CO 
MEBIUS A CO 

Gun and Locksmiths. 

(See also Guns, Pistols and Ammunition.) 
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Edler F A 
WADDAMS C 
Waddams W 
Hicthings John 
SMITH JAMES 
Riley William 
Cadman George 
Perry Albert 
EGER WILLIAM 
FINCH W R 
WOOLSEY JOHN^S 
ROCKWOOD A L 
Slottarberk C 
GEORGE P 
DAVIS Q P 
Bourgin P 
JAHN & SCHOLL 
KREPPER N & CO 
Reimers FPL 
Becker F J 
Steiger W A & Son 
Warnekros W W 
Allen H S 

KINGSLEY GEO L & CO 

LEONARD GEO 

Fisher N 

Clark Richard 

Damseaux H 

Doermer Chas 

Shilling F 

Zingg Conrad E 

Durin A 

RHODES W H 

Huber C F 

S PRAGUE Z 

Van Vlear W H 

Buselmeier A 

Wood George 

MOREY DAVID, 



Auburn 
Chico 

Colfax 

Colusa 
Dixon 
Dutch Flat 
Eureka 

Gilroy 
Hollister 
Lakeport 
Marysville 
Nevada City 
Oakland 



East Oakland 
Oroville 
Petaluma 

Placerville 
Red Bluff 

Sacramento 
Salinas 
San Andreas 
San Jose 



San Juan 
Santa Cruz 
Stockton 



Ukiah 
Vallejo 
Watsonville 



Guns, Pistols <& 

(See also Gun and 
RROOKS G G 
Bigelow B 
GEORGE P 
WEST BROTHERS 
Becker F J 
MAYHEW G"H 
ECKHARDT HENRY 
Flohr Andrew 
FLOHR CHAS 
Hatch & Cary 
SOURISSEAU FELIX 
RHODES W H 
HICKMAN L M 
LEU VALERIAN 



Ammunition. 

Locksmiths.) 

Colusa 
Marysville 

Napa 
OroviJle 
Red Bluff 
Sacramento 



San Jose 
Santa Cruz 
Stockton 
Vallejo 



Hairdressers. 

(See also Hairdressers and Baths; 

Hairdressers— Ladies . 
KALIS FRANK J, Alameda 
Lemkie C H, " 
Hcisch P, 
Remfree W % 



also 



Amador City 
Antioch 



Rapier Richard, 
Werman Abraham, 
LOONEY JOHN, 
Williams Joe, 
Brown W H, 
Lackey N, 
ZIEHN CHAS, 
Fawcett Geo H, 
Saunders H C, 
COLLINS WM R, 
Lopez J D, 

MARTINEZ IGNACIO N, 
Murphv T J, 
WAGNER ADAM J, 
Jameson & Brinkmann, 
LAPIERRE T A, 
Baskerville — , 
Coleman James M, 
Gallagher M F, 
MARTIN FRANK H, 
RICHARDSON & KENDALL, 
SCHMIDT JOHN C, 
Francois Lamblet, 
Groesbeck Theodore, 
Bremer George, 
Bemler C, 
BALDACCI S, 
BREHM PETER, 
RABER JOHN LEO, 
HARRISON JACK, 
JOHNSON JOHN G, 
Moran Thomas, 
Webster Thomas, 
ENGLE V J, 
Pimentel Joseph, 
Scott W A, 
Stussy D, 
Nutting J J, 
SANFORD G W, 
Seguin F, 
Gucione G, 
Koch A, 
ALVRES A J, 
Conrad Henry, 
LEVY CHAS, 
Mundell John M, 
Segui Joseph, 
Blin A, 

JENKINS J C & CO, 
Barrj' John A, 
REUTER GEO, 
HALL THOMAS, 
LANGBEIN RICHARD, 
BARGER WM, 
DE FRATIS MANWELL, 
GALLO P G, 
Spindle A J, 
Bach F, 
Koffle S, 
Davis Thomas, 
Fraser G W, 
Hatton Joseph S, 
NICHOLS J E, 
WAGNER JNO, 
FAY JAMES, 



Auburn 

< < 

Bantas 
Benicia 
Castroville 
Chico 

Colfax 

Colusa 

< ( 

Concord 
Davisville 
Dixon 
Dutch Flat 

Eureka 



Folsom 

Gait 
Georgetown 
Gilroy 
Gilroy 

Grass Valley 



Gold Run 
Haywards 
Healdsburg 

Hollister 

lone City 
Jackson 

Li verm ore 



Lodi 
Martinez 
Marysville 

Mendocino 
Merced 



Modesto 



Mokelumne Hill 
Monterey 
Napa City 



Nevada City 



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Gillet Felix, 
GODAIR LEWIS, 
Hassell J C, 
H ii ml Fred, 
Alliot E, 
Bartels Chas, 
Briont8 G, 
Chanaron H, 
Classon A Trost, 
HallahanT, 
Held Ernst, 
Maleton E, 
MOSCA E, 
Schmidt V, 
8eeglitz A, 
Smith J W, 
Stewart W H, 
Tourney Mollie, 
Washington Jas, 
Wharton Mrs, 
Gressler C A, 
Silva John, * 
CH I. VELAIER L M, 
FRANK R H, 
Smith Harry, 
Stulz A Sneiler, 
NOACK G R, 
Anthony Max, 
Le Gure George, 
Jabns Fred, 
Jones H, 
BUTTS JAMES, 
Johnson A Landecker, 
JOHNSON W H, 
Silva M S, 
TAYLOR WM, 
Walker J C, 
CHRISTIAN CHAS E, 
DELVICCHIO C H, 
KeUey T H, 
Lange Chas W, 
King Henry, 
Lewis AValter, 
Cady H W, 
Carter C E, 
COGAR BEN, 
Cook Thos, 
DUN LAP ISAIAH, 
Giles J W, 
Guinn Wm H, 
Huff S W, 
HYMAN LEON, 
NEW BAUER JACOB, 
ORTH HENRY, 
Pommer Chas, 
ROBINSON M H, 
SCHUMACHER THEODORE 
Silva J R, 
SMALL R H, 
Storeh J T, 
Pfortner Wm, 
ADAMS ROBERT A, 
EELLT J c, 
Miller A Johnston, 
WETZEL P, 



West Oakland 



Oroville 



Nevada City I Barbara Ricorda, San Jose 

" Bostina J, " 
N j Chanchus Jacques, " 
Nortonville Dittmar Chas E, " 
Oakland FRANKLIN HOWARD, 

Franklin Mrs L, " 
Gerber Julius, " 
Gerstmayer Albert, '< 
Hall Jno, " 
Jensen L V, " 
Johnson Jerry, « 
Koch A J, " 
Littaa G, 

Miano A Balurdo, " 
Spaights R, 
Wilson G C, 
BULLIER LEON, 
Barradas F C, 
COSTA MANUEL H, 
Adams J J, 
East Oakland j Lowenfeld Wm 
Schneider J J, 
Einselen E W F, 
GUBSER FRANK, 
Stewart Joseph, 
Werner C W, 
AUGSTEIN HENRY, 
" Frank Philip, 
Pacheco Gaebler R A E, 
Petaluma Smallwood Joseph, 
STEINLE HENRY, 
SWEENEY T A, 
Barwig Albert, 
Cook A, 
Dohs A Muller, 
Piper G S, 
Schmidt C H, 

ANAYA FRANK, Stockton 
" I Couturier Joseph, " 
" De Lano A Douglass, " 
" ! Eckstrom Albert, 
Redwood Grimm John Franklin, " 
" J Heyers Wm, " 
Sacramento Lee W T m W, " 
Miesell Fred, " 
Padilla Louis, " 
VASQUES MARIANO, 
Miller E F, Ukiah 
McGOWAN J, Truckee 
TAYLOR A DUNSTER, 
Davidson E M, • Woodland 

DINZLER EMIL, 

Knox Wm, " 
Scott Jacob, " 
DALLAS A C, Watsonville 
Joseph H M, 
Wichman A Co, 

Huebner Wm, Vallejo 
Landerway J R, " 
Rodgers Jacint, " 
San Andreas I Smith Chas F, " 
Salinas PATTERSON Mrs E C, Truckee 
Cook A, jr, Sutter Creek 

Byrd W T m H, 

Cotanch James, Yuba City 



Placerville 



Pleasonton 
Plymouth 

Red Bluff 



San Juan 
San Leandro 

San Mateo 
San Rafael 

Santa Clara 



Santa Cruz 



Santa Rosa 



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CLASSIFIED. 



PINCKARD ALLEN, 



Yuba City 



Hairdressers and Baths. 

(See also Hairdressers.) 

Henderson B, Chico 

Jackson Peter, " 

VINCENT W A, Colusa 

Hutton Edward, Dixon 

Eyselee A, Gilroy 

Eggert H C, Grass Yalley 

BECKER JOSEPH, Marysville 

Gassaway J H, " 
LEYvIS & COUSINS, 

Wenzel Charles, " 
Giesecke Ferd, 
Kelingenspor & Walters, 
DIEFENBACHER 



Napa City 
Nevada City 
& NEWMAN, 

Sacramento 



GEORGE F S, 
NEWMAN & WEISMAN, 
Katschinski B, 
Keil C H, 
Kendel Philip, 
Kripp F, 

SCHMAELZLE LOUIS, 
Scheunert H, 
Wiseman & Newman, 
GIBSON C A, 
HOLZBERGER WM, 
Carlos Peter, 
Leibrand J, 
Liddell W A, 
CEZAR G, 
Isaacs & Bro, 
Page R H, 
Clarke S P, 
HANDFORTH JNO, 



Suisun 
Salinas 
San Juan 
Santa Cruz 

Santa Rosa 
Stockton 
Ukiah 
Yallejo 



Hairdressers, Ladies. 

GEPHART Miss NELLIE, Chico 

SPEARS Mrs LUCY, Merced 

DOYE Mrs J D, Oakland 

Brown Mrs V A, Sacramento 

Dunlap Mrs J, << 

Ferguson Mrs R C, " 

Jones Mrs C, " 

Leloy Louis, << 
NEUBAUER JABOB, 

Sweasey Mrs L, « 



Hair Goods. 

GEPHART Miss NELLIE, 
GOYE C A, 
BARRY Mrs P B, 
Kelly Mrs A, 
Rutherford Mrs W P, 
Jones Mrs C, 
Leloy Louis, 
NEUBAUER JACOB, 
Kelly Mrs J C, 
Babcock H B, 
Moser Mrs H, 
Chappol Mrs T, 
Schrack Mrs S R, 
DOLLINGER Madam F, 



Chico 
Colusa 
Merced 
Petaluma 

Sacramento 



Salinas 
San Jose 

Santa Cruz 
Stockton 
Yallejo 



Hardware. 

(See also General Merchandiee; also Stoves 
and Tinware.) 



Yosburg J B, 
Stephens T E, 
Longley A H, 
REILLY & HUBBARD, 
STILSON C L & CO, 
SHAW I E 
GROYERBROS, 
McGRATH J, 
MITCHELL H, 
Brown & Drummond, 
Hillhoube W H, 
BUHNE H H & GO, 
Brown John O, 
Sornberger & Lane, 
Smith & Baxter, 
Webb A C, 
GEORGE WILLIAM, 
Rosenthal J, 



Alameda 
Auburn 
Castroville 
Chico 

Cloverdale 
Colusa 



Davis ville 
Dutch Flat 
Eureka 
Folsom 
Georgetown 
Gilroy 

- Grass Yalley 
Healdsburg 



SNYDER, McCONNELL & CO, Hollister 



Fox William H, 
Weller C, 
Anthony F A, 
COMEGYS G W, 
Morgan Bros, 
NORTH GEORGE, 
ROSS E C & CO, 
SELBY & CO, 

WHITE, COOLEY & CUTTS, 
POTTER E W, 
OLCESE & GARIBALDI, 
Kocher Jacob, 
SWAIN BROS, 
WOOD & TURNER, 
McCLURE BROS, 
Clark A G & Co, 
Schwarz H, 
STONE & BAKER, 
HANSON & WADSWORTH 
JOHNSTON W J, 
TURNER GEORGE E, 
Christen sen N, 
Barbagelata F & Co, 
De La MONTANYA M, 
Everson W & M, 
Grosso & May, 
Wilcox H E, 
Steere & Colby, 
Turn Suden H & Co, 
Grosso & May, 
Brock J M, 
GRAY JAMES C, 
Littlefield & Wiggins, 
Allen G F, 
GROYER BROS, 
SCHLOSSER T C, 
Temple C & Co, 
BARNES A W, 
Walling & Clark, 
Weatherwax C H, 
WILCOX T, 
Pinkney Micajah, 



lone City 
Jackson 
Li verm ore 

Martinez 
Marysville 



Mendocino 
Merced 

(C 

Modesto 

<c 

Monterey 
Napa City 



Nevada City 



Nortonville 
Oakland 



East Oakland 

West Oakland 
Oroville 
<( 

Pacheco 
Petaluma 



Placerville 



Pleasanton 



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Red Bluff 



Bedwood City 
Sacramento 



MAYHEW G H, 
VOLUNTINE A MANASSE 
Clark A Mayhew, 
Fitch James, 
BAKER ft HAMILTON, 
DAVIS S H, 
GIRAUD ft PITCHEB, 
HAWLEY MARCUS C CO, 
Holbrook, Merrill A Co, 
Huntington, Hopkins A- Co, 
KELLOGG LEONARD, 
LEWIS L L A CO, 
MAKTIN JOSEPH A M, 
MOTT E B, Jb, 
Swinerton George H, 
Van Lembrouck L, 
Alvord H B, 

AUZEBAI8 A POMEROY, 
Bosch ken J, 
Ma dan A Mvers, 
BOWMAN G, 
COPE A CO, 
HEATH H A B T, 
Baxt* r T P, 

STANLEY, NEBLETT A CO, 
Bowman J, 
Austin Bros, 
Condit J H A Co, 
ERNEST C G, 
GRAHAM WILLIAM, 
HAMMOND. MOORE A YARDLEY, 
H C SHAW PLOW CO, 
HICKMAN L M, 
JACKSON JOHN,! 
MILLS JAMES T, 
Rowe Robert, 
THRESHER MS, 
Callowav A Nickerson, 
JONES LEE, 
Brunner F, 
Walsh P R, 
Wright M .7. 
1 i:l IERMUTH G A, 
Stoesser Otto, " 
Trafton Bros, 

Wood Henry B, Woodland 
Harness Makers «fc Saddlers. 

(See also Harness and Saddles.) 



San Jose 



Santa Clara 
Santa Cruz 



Santa Bosa 

Soquel 
Stoekton 



Sutter Creek 
Truckee 
Ukiah 
Vallejo 

Watsonville 



Pacheco 
Plaeerville 
Pleasanton 
Sacramento 



San Andreas 
San Jose 



San Mateo 
San Juan 

San Leandro 
San Rafael 

Santa Rosa 

Stockton 



Sutter Creek 
Ukiah 
<< 

Woodland 
Woodland 
Woodbridge 
Yreka 



I Connolly Thomas, Martinez I 

I McDaniels Geo, Marysville j 

j Lindberg J P, Mendocino : 

j Unger Chas, Mokelumne Hill 1 

DONNELLY Mrs. M (Whips), Napa City: 
Lentell James; Oakland 
McLean J R, 

Hammars, East 
Henlev William, " 
Perrv S J, 
DENCH J W, 
GOYETTE JOHN, 
ARMSTRONG THOMAS, 
Bailev W H, 
POTTER P, 
STOLL JOHN T, 
Cubertson A J, 
Bidwell W E, 
McLagan James, 

I messing h, 

; GUILFOYLE J J, 

Beteze D, 

STANLEY JAMES, 

Beid W W, 

COLLINS B P, 
I MARTINEZ LADISLAO, 
; Gentry A Morris, 

Roval A Wood, 

ANDREWS J H, 

Hilke N C, 

Little T B A Sons, 

Vicini G B, 

Whitney W r F, 

Ackerman C H, 

Dietz Louis, 

Prior Thomas M, 

Cope Bichard, 

Harris H M, 



DOYLE J J, 
Hellwig Chas J, 
Bates P, 
MORENS L F, 
Hoffman George, 
WILSON BARNEY, 
Johnson Austin, 
KOBELT LOUIS, 
Heublein L, 
Wiedmer John, 
NORIEGA M, 
Goodell Geo A, 
Freeman E G, 
GORNER THEODORE, 
O'Brien James, 
Baker I, 



Alameda 
'Auburn 
Cloverdale 
Concord 
Davisville 

Dutch Flat 
Eureka 
Folsom 
Gait 
Gilroy 
Haywards 
Jackson 
Li verm ore 

Lodi 



Harness and Saddles. 

(See also Harness Makers and Saddlers.) 
I Joslin S B, Antioch 

Grandpre H, Castroville 

RAIRDON JOHN, 

Leitzinger M, 

REISTER L A, 
j WALSH THOS, 
j Benjamin Wm, 
I Hamilton L E, 

KESEE LOUIS, 
' Gocffert Henry, 

KIRSCH JNO*P, 

Parker A Son, 

Baldwin A Mercer, 
i Emlay Bros, 
I Thornton David, 

CARSON GEO, 

Holmes A Lawrence, 

Falkenburg H, 

Williams C F, 

McHARVEY C F, 

DICK CHAS, 

Earnshields V L, 

HARRIS H M, 

LAWRENCE W L, 



Chico 



Colfax 
Colusa 

Dixon 

Elk Grove 
Eureka 
Gilroy 

Grass Valley 
Healdsburg 
Hollister 
lone City 
Lakeport 
Marysville 



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Merced 

Modesto 
Napa City- 
Nevada City 
Oakland 



Oroville 
Petaluma 

It 

Red Bluff 

Redwood 
Sacramento 



HARRIS I W, 
Leeker H W, 
Tregea Wm, 
Japsen J, 
PARKS D B, 
Holmes Wm, 
Bondreau & Pothier, 
Crouch T S, 
Marston Frank A, 
McConnell Jas D, 
CLEMENTS & CO, 
FOGALSANG T C, 
Burgtorf C W, 
Davis W, 
Gwin & Brainerd, 
CRANDALL C G, 
RICHART & COLLINS, 
STOLL PAUL, 
Glennan John W, 
MULLEN DANIEL, 
FRAZEE S, 
GEHRING FRED, 
GRIESEL JACOB, 
Nelson A T & Son, 
Parker J E, 
Roth S, 

STONE R & CO, 
HUGHES M, 
Thornton D, 
Empey & Leonard, 
Stern M, 

SCHNEICKERT H, 
WLTHROW A H, 
ARCHIBALD J H, 
PETERSON A M, 
WERNER JOHN, 
DORRANCE H T, 
Little & Riordan, 
Tripp R, 
MORRIS W J, 
WOOD A C, 
Richart G B, 
Cook C A, 
Hamilton G S, 

Osborne B A, " 

Matters. 

(See also Clothing ; also Drygoods and 
Clothing; also General Merchandise.) 



Salinas 
San Jose 

Santa Clara 
< < 

Santa Cruz 

it 
ft 

Stockton 

Suisun 

Vallejo 
Watsonville 



Mallev Fredrick, 
KLEIN WM, 
BRINK M, 

BENNETT GEO J & CO, 
MEUSSDORFFER J C, 
QUINN D H, 
Trope Peter, 
Woods J S, 
Lothrop & Noble, 
SMITH BROS, 
Dougherty J F, 



Li verm ore 
Marysville 
Oakland 
Pacheco 
Sacramento 



San Jose 
Stockton 
Vallejo 
Watsonville 



Hay, Grain and Feed. 

EARLL W & SON, Alameda 
QUIGG CHAS, Benicia 
LONGFELLOW & BECKHAM, Chico 



DOUVILLE G H, 
Othet Thos, 
WEST E R, 
AMSPACHER BRO, 
BALL B, 
KNIGHT W H, 
ELLIS F W & CO, 
COLE W J, 
Maloon Bros, 
Sagehorn William, 
Sarpv, Barstow & Co, 
ADAM C E, 
Burr E A, 
Lehman A, 
MOFFITT R & CO, 
WEBER F H L, 
Baldwin John, 
Miller T B, 
Kirkpa trick J M, 

Hides, Pelts and 
EHRLICH C M, 
Parks R F, 
MILLER GEO, 
LANGE L H D, 
KIMBALL & WELTON, 
TIPTON & BURTT, 
HAMMOND E, 
KNIGHTS WILLIAM R, 
De Blainville L, 

Horseshoers. 



Colusa 
Grass Valley 

Livermore 
Marysville 

Napa City 
Oakland 



Sacramento 



San Jose 
Santa Rosa 
Stockton 
Wool. 

Marysville 

( c 

Oroville 
Red Bluff 



Sacramento 
Stockton 



(See also Blacksmiths.) 



Nelson Charles L, 
Newcomb & Burk, 
Bryant Charles, 
SANCHES ANDEL, 
Barton A' 
Artman P, 
ALLEN T H, 
CASEY M & SON, 
GILMORE ROBT & CO, 
Kallahar Patrick, 
Mangan J C, 
Ryan Martin, 
Reading B, 
GUNNING J, 
Chadwick George, 
Doyle John, 
FARREN JOHN, 
McElaney M, 
Nixon S S, 
Wheeler J S, 
Wiezel John, 
Carroll Thomas H, 
Lamb James, 
O'SHANNESSY JOHN, 
ALLEN JOHN H, 
BROWN MICHAEL, 
Brundage J S, 
Baethis John, 
Connell John, 
Summerville James, 
Fitzgerald Peter, 
Grimes P, 
McClosky James, 



Chico 
Cloverdale 
Marysville 
Monterey 
Nevada City 
Oakland 



Oroville 
Redwood 
Sacramento 



San Jose 



San Juan 
San Mateo 
Santa Clara 
Stockton 



Woodland 
Vallejo 
Watsonville 



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CLASSIFIED. 



Alta 

Amador City 
Antioch 



Auburn 



Bantas 
Benicia 



Castroville 
Chico 



Hotels. 

[Name s of Hotels in parentheses.] 
Barlow H S (Royal Oak), Alameda 
Fasaking Louis, " 
Kay I N (Yosemite), " 
Scboenan Henrv, 
BAN YARD E M, 
Gribbins Mrs Mary, 
Harrington J W, 
Bavliss E, 

Gordon c h, 

GRIFFIN P G, 
M AHA X DAVID, 

Borland james (West's) 

DUNNAM BD (American), 
KITTLER, Miss CARRIE (Empire) 
Linnet t A, 

SMITH J J (Aubnrn), 
GROSS J A, 
rOLSOM MYRICK, 
Quern* v J. 
WEINMANN F P, 
Ravnold* A N, 
MILLS JOHN (Centennial) 
Cary Frank, 
WOOD W B (American), " 
DANIELS & BEAN (Union), 
PUBDY G L (Central), 
ROBS N S (Loy), 

Schutin Mike, " 
Wetherbee Ira A (Chico), " 
CON DIE JOHN, Clayton 
RHINE JACOB, 

GERKHARDT H F (US), Cloverdale 
Menihan M. " 
Smith C W (City), 
Bates P, 

Manuell Mathew (Temperance), Colfax 

PLANK ASA (Colfax Exchange), 

BOND BROTHERS (National), Colusa 

COOK G A (Eureka), 

( RUMMER C (Colusa House), 

Kim*- p, Concord 

LOKING H (Mt Diablo), 

Crawford F G (Marden) , Davisville 

Gafford J W, 

WILSON BARNEY 

FRAHM BROTHERS (City), Dixon 
Hohmann V J (Empire), " 
King George, " 
Petersen Mrs Anna (Palace), " 
STRAUB WILLIAM (Arcade), 
Frazier P, " 
HENDERSON F B, Drvtown 
MALLOWS ^ & VOIGHT (Dutch 

Flat), Dutch Flat 

SHARON W A (Placer), 
Davis M H. Elk Grove 

McINTYRE Mrs JENNIE (Elk 

Grove), " 
DabyStillman (Bay), Eureka 
D- Martin L (Lick), 

Home Louis (Buss), " 
LONGFELLOW B L (Vance), 



Gait 



Gilroy 



Manning Patrick, Eureka 

Rowell W H (Finson), " 
TOMLINSON Mrs F, 

Whalen John, " 

JOYCE THOS (Fairfield), Fairfield 
McDERMOTT Mrs L, 

Mcdonald john, 

Plant H T, 

Fuller R A (Central) , Folsom 
HAMILTON Mrs K (American Ex- 
change), 
HARVEY C W (Briggs) 
Bundshuh R (Mountain Exchange), 

Georgetown 
Creque W K (American), " 
McGonagle — (Pioneer), 
Legler Simon, 
LOVE MERRITT (Hanna), 
McGovern James, 
SEAMAN G W (Railroad) , 
SENATZ A J (Williams), 
Siegly G, 
Benson W H, 
Hobby — , 

MITCHELL WH (Wisconsin), 
I Radcliff Philip, 
ROGERS Mrs MARY (Pacific) , 
Shaffer Mrs G, 
STOKES W C (Exchange) , 
JANSEN M (National) , 
KRYGER C (Kryger's), 
Austin J D (Planters'), 
HAYWARD WM (Haywards), 
NISSAN I K, 
OAKES TONY (Oakes*), 
SPOERER CHARLES, 
CLACK & BENNETT (Sotoyome), 

Healdsburg 
Erwin Chas, " 
Giltribe R, " 
Grater John F (Union) , " 
BAYLE A, Hollister 
Edwards Reuben, " 
HARRIS k PEAVY (Montgomery), 
KELLY Mrs A (San Benito) , 
LARRABEE W B (Railroad), 
Rector Bros (Western), " 
Ross James (Eagle) , 
BAILIE J L (Veranda), 
McCaulev J (Arcade) , 
EVANS ELLIS (National), 
TRUEB & BELLLARD (Globe) 
Beaslev J L, 
Green \V W, 

Gregg A K (Mound cottages), 
SHEPHERD J A, 
MILLER J H, 

ANTIONE 



Grass Valley 



Gold Run 
Haywards 



lone City 

Jackson 

Kanawha 
Lakeport 



Lathrop 
Latrobe 
(Wash- 

Livermore 



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Hupers Moritz, " 
Jenkins W P, " 
Wilson Alexander, " 
GRASSI FRANK (Morning Star) , 
SPENCER J E (Spencer), Lodi 
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Modesto 



DOWNEY W M, 
Girvan William, 
HOUGH Dr E F, 
Sturgis J, 

BROPHYTHOS (Western), Marysville 
Farnham A (Golden Eagle) , 
Peel B (Mechanics'), 
Scheu& Swank (U S), 
SLICER W S, 
Sullivan Mrs, 
Wappel George (Western) , 
WARD WM W (Railroad), 
CARLSON J E (City), 
NORTON W H (Norton's), 
Ranicz M T, 
Stanton Jno (St Louis), 
TROUT & CONN (Star), 
Bickford A (Eagle) , 
BLOSS H A (El Capitan), 
Evans C E (Merced), 
FAHEY WILLIAM, 
FLEMING WM J (Mariposa), 
Moran M F (Farmers'), 
Arend John (Arend), 
DUNCAN MS (Stanislaus), 
HALL M H (Modesto), 
TRANER JAMES C (Ross), 
Fargnson Mrs M C, Mokelumne Hill 

LEGER G W (Leger), 
Meyer F, 

BRYAN W H (Monterey) , Monterey 

LOCKWOOD A (Washington), 

WORMES R C (St Charles), 

KAIN Mrs MARY (Brooklyn), Napa City 

KELLY L (Palace), 

Landrigen Miss B, " 

LUCHESSA & MINI (Wm Tell), 

McCUNE Mrs (Napa), 

McEnerney Mrs M (Railroad), " 

MICHELSON C M, 

NUSSBERGER JACOB (Music Hall), " 
Peter & Togui (Swiss), " 
Raney T F (American) , " 
VOIGT CHR (German), 
WALKER A B (Revere), 
EDDY S A (NatExch'nge), Nevada City 
EILERMAN F (Stumpf's), 
ENDR1CKS & BROWN, 
NAFFZIGER JACOB (Union) , 
RICHARDS WMJS (New York), 
Thomas H M, " Nortonville 
Gwynn & Tyler, " 
Davis B, " 
Baldwin A (Sunnyside) , Oakland 
BAUDER & CO (Golden Star), 
Bentley W R, 

Bluett Mrs (Tremont), " 
Eland R, 

FBANCIS E R (Capitol), 

GARNER H (Franklin), 

Gibbons Jas, " 

Herossel Win, 

Howlett W, 

Jackson K F (Nicholl), 

Magner M (El Dorado) , " 



West Oakland 



Pacheco 



Meyer H H (Eureka) , Oakland 
McGerry A (Winthrop), " 
Murphy & Jolly Mrs, " 
Newman E & H, " 
Olmstead Mrs L H, 

Power RB (Russell), » 
Reid E (Central Pacific), 
Schafner F, " 
Sharp Mrs Kate, " 
Smith James (Eagle) , 
Steward J M (Forest City),. " 
Stewart T M (Stewart), " 
Vaughan & Furh (Grand Central), " 
Vyrat Morris, " 
Willey Miss L A (Mansion), " 
Dike Wm (East Oakland) , East Oakland 
Lawlor J M & Co (Tubbs) , 
Liebel Jacob, " 
Lindsay Mrs Celia, 
Mariante Wm F (Eastern), 
Schneider Conrad (Union) 
Down Geo, 
HALL W M (Charter Oak) , 
Lorber Frank (Soracco) , 
FRIESLEBEN D N (Union), Oroville 
HOOPS LOUIS W (U S), 
St Sure Chas, 
Hadsell E, 
Moore J S, 

BALDWIN & WOOD (Pajaro), Pajaro 
MATTHIES H (Cosmopolitan), Pjtaluma 
Matzenbach W B (American) , 
Meyer A (Union), 
Revere House, 

Soldate & Cereghino (Washington), " 
TIGHE KELLY (Brooklyn), 
West P A (City), 

Brian H, Placerville 
HOFMEISTER FRED (Ohio), 

Kiene Mrs E (Placer) , " 
MUFFLE Y W N, 
VAROZZA & GIANNINI (Cary) , 
Yarnold Richard, 

Carr Peter (Emerald), Pleasonton 
DETJENS HERMAN (Germania), 
JOHNSON JACOB (Farmer's), " 
Jordan W A, 
McLaughlin Mrs B A, 
EASTON T W, 
Ekel J J (Plymouth), 
McGEE Mrs E M (Wyoming) 
McMullen D, 

Schneider Miss A M (Alpine) , 
MAYHEW W P (Tremont), 
MILLER HENRY (Farmers' E'chnge) 
POTTS J D (Red Bluff), 
Ayr es Charles (Tremont), 
Boynton B R (American) , 
Welborn W J (Grand), 
HUNDING C G, 
Bayless Mrs V M, 
BENNETT Miss M S, 
BEYER & TOWNSEND (Union) 
Biuninger Mrs E 
BOITANO G (Casa Italiana), 



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Red Rluff 



Redwood 



Sacramento 



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BRYDING P (Tremont), Sacramento 
CONLAN P (City . 

Cordes Ernst (Atlantic), " 

Corrado OB, " 

DONAHAK Mrs J W (French), 

Drvnan Mrs C (Philadelphia), " 

ELD RED H (State), 

ENNIS Mrs H, 

FARR B A (Telegraph), 

FARRELL WILLIAM D (Grangers') " 

FAY MICHAEL (Eldred), 

FLYNN & MCCARTHY (Railroad), 

Fox John (Fox's), 

Fratt F W (Orleana), " 
Freess Jacob (Belvidere) , " 
Gabrielli Pellegrino (Garibaldi), " 
GLEESON Mrs ELLEN (St Charles'), 44 
Guinean Thomas (Arcade) , " 
Hockwell Peter, " • 

Hodgon W (Mansion), " 
JOHNSON B F (Magnolia), 
KANE BERNARD (Marysville) , 
Korn Jacob (Horn's), u 
KUMLE LAMBERT (Ebner), 
LAND WILLIAM (Western), 
LANDRUM J T, 

Lesman J, " 
Martin Mrs B (International) , " 
McFadden A Saul (Crescent City), " 
MOONEY JNO E (Brooklyn), 
NOONE ANDREW (Hartford), 
Parker Richard (Parker), " 
Poorman A Chandler (Grand), " 
Pringle Mrs H A, 

Rodgers Mrs Mary, " 

Rose L S (Bmce), " ' 

SCHMID JACOB (Mechanics' Excng)," 

Schuler & Co (Wm Tell), 

Singleton John (Pacific) , " 

BITES A (Golden Eagle), 

T RAVER CHAS (Capital). 

WATTLES M C H, 

WILKINSON T S (American Eagle), " 

WILLIAMS Mrs E, 

WORK Miss E, 

Beard Chas R (Globe), Salinas 
Conner W J (Conner's), " 
PRINGLE A JEFFERY (Central), 
ROSSI E (Helvetia), 
RYAN THOS (Mansion), 
Swift E J (Abbott), 
TROPE F H (Salinas), 
TYNAN A F (Diamond), 
CAVEN JAS (Metropolitan), San Andreas 
Frioux Mrs V, 
BARKER & GREGORY (N 



Bodley E C, 
Carroll William (What Cheer). 
CHURCHILL S W (Auzerais), 
COLSEN C J (Central), 
Cordiviola G, 
DEFLEFSEN M. 
DONOVAN M, 
Dotta Bros (Wm Tell), 



Y Exchange), 
[San Jose 



Eud A (Cincinnati . San Jose 

Fernando S (Central) , " 
Greely Mrs N M (Hensley), " 
Harris J S, " 
HILL J L (Lick), 

Johnson John (Atlantic), " 

Lamolle House, " 

Mahony J F (American Exchange) , " 

MALATESTA J, 

MANNER G C (Farmers') 

NARCUM BROS (Morgan), 

NoonanMrs J (Western), " 

OTTER CHARLES (Otter's), 
! Perkins E G, " 

Quinlan Mrs, 
j SNYDER & COMSTOCK St James), " 
I Tracy A (New National), " 
' GREAME ARTHUR (Plaza) San Juan 

BECK J W (Pioneer), San Leandro 

Godchaux Prosper, " 

HANSON HENRY (Scandinavian), " 
! McGladry Geo, " 

RAWSON Mbs, H 

; Pope S (Railroad), San Mateo 

Walker Eugene (San Mateo), " 

! Bryce Mrs, San Rafael 

DIRKS H J, (Columbia), 
Geary Eugene (Bay View), " 
GILBERT HARVEY (Gilbert), 
Hawkins Mrs C (Sheppard), " 
Hubbard Samuel (Tamalpais), " 
MAHON T J (Mahon), 

i O'CONNOR M (Central), 

. SIVERON ETINNE (Parisian), 
Corcoran M (Cameron), Santa Clara 

| BLOCH JOS (St Charles), Santa Cruz 
Gardner P (Ocean View), <c 
HARRIS Mrs S (Franklin), 
HOADLEY J H (Pacific Ocean) , 

i Kelly Jeremiah. " 
Kelly John, 

; MARTIN C C (Santa Cruz), 
O'DONNELL J P (Trader's Home) , " 
! PINANA BROS, 

i WEBER & PRATSCHNER (Ger- 

mania), " 
IWILKINS P V, (Wilkins), 
j WUERTZ H, 

Byrne M (Mechanics'), Santa Rosa 

Haas John & Co, Santa Rosa 

Johnson P (Santa Rosa), " 
Neece A Pooler (Grand), " 
Partridge C (Sonoma) , <e 
STRUCKMAN F (Am Exchange) , 

i Tupper G A (Occidental), " 
Wadsworth Mrs L, " 

! West Philip (Bodega), 

! Philips Wm (Union, Somersville 
Scamman J E, " 
BENNETT J F J (Railroad), Soquel 
Getzschman A (Park), " 
Mann T W (Mann's), 
BEHRMANN & RAAB (What Chr) , 

Stockton 

COLE JAMES (Yosemite), 



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GRAND HOTEL (V Galgiani) , Stockton 
HAHN FRED C (Commercial), 
HENDERSON J (Central), 
LUTZ A (Columbia), 
Sanguinetti S, 

Schmeider & Holman (U States) , 
Schroder Henry (Avenue) , " 
STOELZER H E (San Joaquin), " 
Vandenburg Mrs Anne, 
GETTIER C P (Roberts'), Suisun 
SILVA FRANK J (Premium), 
DONOVAN Mrs C, Sutter Creek 

DUDLEY A K (Am Exchange), 
Dugmovich Mrs A, 
HURLEY Mrs J, 

Adams John, Truckee 
CARDWELL JAMES (Cardwell), " , 
McKAY STEWART (American), 
Millett John, ,r 
MOODY JOHN F (Truckee), 
HOGAN W A (Ukiah) , Ukiah 
Nutter C E (Plaza), 

BOSTWICK E R (Frisbie) , Vallejo 
DYAR Mrs H E (Solano), 
Ferrick M (Railroad), " 
Gannon Mrs M, " 
HOWARD A, 

IRIZAR ADRIAN X (Bernard) , 
JUDGE JAMES, 

Michaelis Fr, " 
NEWCOMB L S, 

SPRINGER W C & CO (Gldn Eagle), " 
Wright M J (Excelsior), " 
ALDRICH D M (Mansion), Watsonville 
BEECHUM VAN R (Van's), 
GARDNER Mrs J (Central) , 
JESSEN CONRAD, (Scandinavian), " 
KELLY PATRICK, 

LORENZAN LAWRENCE (Western), " 
MANSION HOUSE, 
Mooney James (Washington), " 
Lyon Mrs M A (Union) , Woodbridge 
PLUMMER E H (Plummer), 
COULTER CARROLL, Woodland 
Dinzley Adam, " 
Jacobs John (Craft), " 
RICKER HENRY (Wm Tell), 
SAUNDERS Mrs E D, 
TACKNEY J (Tackney & Capital) , 
Tull J W (Exchange), 
PEASE C C (Stafford), Yuba City 

House Painters. 

(See Painters.) 



Iron and Steel. 

(See also Hardware.) 

NORTH GEO, Marysville 
JOHNSTON W J, Nevada City 

Huntington, Hopkins & Co, Sacramento 
Austin Bros, Stockton 

Insurance Agents. 
ROBINSON & SCHROEDER, Alameda 

Castroville 
Chico 



Ice. 



BLOOD A F, 
ALLEN S H, 
TOMB JACOB, 
GORDON J S G, 
HOEHN JACOB, 
Beach Tyler, 
ROGERS B F, 



Chico 
Colusa 
Marysville 
Oakland 
Sacramento 
San Jose 
Stockton 



MERRITT M R, 
Heath W D, 
HOBART C V, - 
Wa^iand Jno A, 
MORGAN D B, 
Goad J W, 
WASHBURN P L, 
COTTEN J W, 
Cooke W S, 
NICHOLS T J, 
Watson John A, 
Pritchard J M, 
HOWARD VOLNEY, 
BEATTY FRANK G, 
BRADY A B, 
DORSEY S P, 
Meek John D, 
WEBBER JOHN, 
Meeker A C, 
Hoblitzell H S, 
Heeser W, 
Winter L G, 
BATES SAMUEL C, 
JUNES WILLIAM, 
SCHLUND C, 
LYMAN GEORGE G, 
Mount T N, 
Sterling & Thompson, 
BENEDICT & AYER, 
Carrique E T, 
Craig H A, 
Dick B C, 
Fuller F 0, 
Gardiner J J, 
George H W, 
Hitchcock W F, 
Laton B B, 
Magill R H, 
Thompson, Saml, 
WALKER T L, 
TROY J H, 
MORSE A, 
Nugent T C, 
AGARD J J, 
Arnold J M, 
Brownjohn R, 

CADWALADER EDWARD, 
Coffin Cyrils S, 
COLEMAN W P, 
Dray F R, 
Felch W C, 
HUTCHINGS J A, 
POORMAN SAMUEL, 
SWEETSER & ALSIP, 
WETZLAR A J, 
Wetzlar Julius, 



Cloverdale 
Colusa 

Dixon 
Dutch Flat 

Eureka 
Georgetown 
Gilroy 
Grass Valley 



Lodi 
Marysville 
Mendocino City 

Merced 
Mokelumne Hill 

Napa City 



Oakland 



Pacheco 
Petaluma 
Placerville 
Sacramento 



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Carter John S, 
Clayton Jas A, 
MOODY A E, 
Portal J B J, 
Porter A Manley, 
RANKIN WM B, 
Reed A Welch, 
Thorn E V. 
JA8ZYNSKY L, 
Barnev Chas 8, 
HOFFMAN A HINDS, 
SMITH A DeWOLF, 
Baker M D, 
I LA YES A LYON, 
CUTTING L M, 
DEVOLL H H, 
DOHRMANN CHAS W, 
Meader D A, 
Rhodes Alonzo, 
SEVERY MOSES, 
BLACKMAN H, 
HUBBS CHARLES H, 
Snow H H, 
Steel Wm H, 
Wilson G W, 
Fiske Geo D, 



San Jose 



San Mateo 
San Rafael 
Santa Cruz 

Stockton 



Vallejo 



Woodland 



Insurance Company. 

Pacific Mutual Life, Sacramento 
Jewelry ami Jeweler*. 

(See Watches A Jewelery ; also Watch- 
makers and Jewelers) 

Junk Dealer*. 



BRUCE H, 


Marysville 


Hark v A Lauohlan, 


Sacramento 


STEIN A HIRSH, 




Williamson Henry, 




Livingston Henry, 


San Jose 


HARRIS HENRY, 


Stockton 


KENNEDY A MILLER. 




Shmder Frank, 


Vallejo 


Justices of the 


Peace. 


CLARK J W, 


Alameda 


Radcliff Charles, 




Johnson C K, 


Amador City 


WALSH E, 


Auburn 


Riddel 1 George H, 


Benicia 


BOURNE GEO J, 


Chico 


HALLET ANDREWS. 




CARPENTER D S. 


Clayton 


Brush D C, 


Cloverdale 


MORGAN D B, 




BAKER SAMUEL. 


Colusa 


PIERSON J H, 




BACON S, 


Concord 


Church M B, 


Drytown 


Peters J, 


Dutch Flat 


KIMBALL JOHN H. 


Eureka 


ANDERSON H, 


Folsom 


Dowdy Perry, 


Gilroy 


Martin J P, 




Davh Henry 
Paynter P H, 


Grass Valley 





Wootten S, 
Luce J, 

Brotherton R H, 
OWENS J A, 
Bruzie L, 
Goldner H, 
Church A M, 
Meeker A C, 
FORD W H, 
HOWSER B W, 
LEGGETT THOS A, 
BURNEY JAMES, 
Davis W H^fc 
DIBBITS O F, 
LEAVITT WM H, 
BRYAN W H, 
HARTWELL G F, 
SWAIN R M, 
GARTH E LEOPOLD. 
Woodruff D S, 
Graham W M, 
Lentell James, 
Howard Asa, 
LEONARD JOHN P. 
DEAN J E, 
Squires Ogden, 
COATS L A, 
Lewis S Of 
ComstocK C A, 
JOHNSON J S, 
Walsh Michael, 
ALEXANDER D E, 
Gilmer Thomas W, 
HAINES G, 
BURROWS EDWARD, 
May George, 
Williamson M, 
Whitney J W, 
Collingridge Joseph, 
FISHER GEO H, 
Hughes W 8, 
DILLEY JAMES S, 
Jenkins G C, 
FARNHAM L, 
Wellington E, 
Brown J, 
McGEE J H, 
HOPKINS DEVEREUX. 
MOWBRAY J L, 
GILLESPIE GEORGE A 
Hubbard H, 
MAXEY J B, 
HART DAVID, 
DWYER H H, 
Riley C W, 
DAVIS THOMAS M, 
HOLBROOK L D, 
SIBLEY P H, 
Hamblen D E, 



Haywards 
Healdsburg 
Hollister 

lone City 
Jackson 
Li verm ore 
Lodi 
Monterey 
Marysville 
Merced 
Modesto 

Mokelumne Hill 

Monterey 
Napa City 

Nevada City 
Nortonville 
Oakland 

East Oakland 
Oroville 
Placerville 

Pleasanton 
Plymouth 
Red Bluff 

Redwood 
Sacramento 



San Andreas 
San Jose 

San Juan 
San Leandro 
San Mateo 
San Rafael 
Santa Clara 

Santa Cruz 

Santa Rosa 

Stockton 

Suisun 

Sutter Creek 
Truckee 
Vallejo 

Watsonville 



Woodland 
Yuba City 

Ladies 9 Underwear. 

Sacramento 



Brandt Aaron, 
CLEMENTS Miss M, 
STEWART J A A CO 
DUFF JOHN, 



San Jose 



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Land Offices (IT S.) 

Cooper Solomon (Receiver) , Eureka 
Roberts Charles F (Register), " 
CRANE L T (Receiver) , Marysville 
PATTERSON C M (Register), , 
FELLOWS HART (Receiver) , Sacramento 
McFARLAND T B (Register) , 
McKenzie Geo A (Register) , Stockton 
PERRIN OTIS (Receiver) , 

Laundries. 

DIXON & WETMORE, 
Gaillet A, 
Ford Mrs Nat, 
Partenscky C, 

VAN HOUTTE CHARLES, 
American Laundry, 
Sellman L, 

Lawyers. 
(See Attorneys-at-law.) 
Leather and Shoe Findings. 
(See also Tanneries.) 



Eureka 
Modesto 
Nevada City 
Oakland 
San Rafael 
Sacramento 
Stockton 



Warrington S, 
STONE R & CO, 
Koenig Jacob, 

Libraries. 

Oakland Library, 
Sacramento City Library, 
San Jose Library, 
Santa Cruz Library, 
Vallejo Library Association, 



Oakland 
Sacramento 
San Jose 



Oakland 
Sacramento 

San Jose 
Santa Cruz 
Vallejo 



Lime and Cement. 

Holmes H T & CO, Marysville 
McINNIS JOHN, Oakland 
Myers F F, " 
HOLMES H T & CO, . Sacramento 
O'BRIEN W J, 

Newby & Bodley, San Jose 

Rice J B, San Rafael 

HAMMOND„MOORE & YARDLEY 

Stockton 

DAVIS & FRAZER, Woodland 
NEWTON R H & CO, 

Liquors— Retail. 

(See also Groceries; also Hotels; also Res- 
taurants; also Liquors— Wholesale.) 
Ames O T & Co, Alameda 
Boehmer F & Co, 
Bremer Hermann, 
CHRISTIANSEN HENRY, 
CONRAD GEORGE, 
Culliton M, 
Frank Andrew, 
Horst William, 
MAYRISCH ERNST, 
Mobman John, 
Sevorin Theador, 
STOLZE & STURM, 

Taylor & Pickens, Alta 



KLING G W, Amador City 

Mooney M, , " 

Peyton Wm, " 
Behan T, Antioch 
BOHIR JOHN F, 
DONOVAN C 0, 

McCrum James, " 
McNulty Frank, " 
PATTERSON J H, 
PEERS CHARLES, 
Peers H " 
WILLIAMS FRANCIS, 
Betton Simon, Auburn 
Burns H, " 
Cain Thomas, " 
CALDWELL F P, 

Crissman Geo, " 
CURLEY & MAHON, 
Holle E F, 
Hollis Thos Q, 

Keehner George A, " 
Patton S, 

Simons C L, " 

HUTCHINGS JAMES, Bantas 

PORTER BROS, 

ZIMMERMAN & CO, 

Kelley Mrs K, Benicia 

Stevans John, " 

Von Pfister E, 

Alderman G, Castroville 
ANDERSON & URGUIDEZ, 
Henry Walter, " 
ROTH HIRAM, 

Speegle & Johnson, " 
Baker J H C, Chico 
BURK ISAAC, 
Clarke & Trimble, 

Finigan B F, " 
GORDON M B, 
Hill & Culbertson, 

Ketcham & Parker, " 
Lightner Fred, " 
LONGDON J B, 
MEYER AUGUST, 
Nicbols E C, 

Patten & Pearson, ' 
Rose E, " 
Saites Richard, ' 
VANLANDINGHAM B, < 
Wilson W S B, 
BROWN JOHN E & CO, Clayton 
Bru3h W T, Cloverdale 
Dixon John, " 
BLANCHMARIE L G de, Colfax 
CURLEY & MAHON, 
Davenport J A, c 
LEEDS L D, 
MURPHY B, 
Webster E, 

BOND ANDREW, . Colusa 

Brown Justin, " 
Lee & O'Brien, * 
LIGHTNER & BENNETT, 
MITCHELL A H, 
RILEY JAMES, 



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Seube B A Co, 

VON DORSTEN H W, 


Colusa 


Windier Louis, 


Eureka 




WRIGHT ARTHUR A, 




Wescott B F, 




Bock C F, 


Fairfield 


WILLIAMS JACOB, 




DALL M, 


Folsom 


WILSON DANIEL, 


•• 


ENGESSER PHILIPP, 




WOOD A, 


" 


Houston J W A Co, 




Bevert William L, 


Concord 


Levy Edward R, 




Coulter R H, 




Rigney P, 


.i 


Parker 8, 




Lock Jackson, 


Gait 


Prez Francisco, 




NIGHBERT THOMAS, 




Reif Charles, 




Ashton John, 


Georgetown 


Crawford F G, 


Davisville 


Morgan Matt, 


Gumpper John, 




Orelle H, 




Kinsman J A, 




Blanchon John, 


Gilroy 


Plant L J, 




Carter James E, 


Raney D, 




GALES J M A CO, 




THEI8 A, 




KIDDEY BILLY, 




Weber George, 




KORELL J, 




Aude W, 


Dixon 


LASSA RICHARD, 




BENTON 8 8, 


" 


Legler Simon, 




Frazier P, 




Morrell E, 




Giesecke A, 




Shanahan John, 




Hall William, 

KOEHLER A GRUENING, 




Vanwormer Philip, 






Bankoffer John, 


Grass Valley 


Martin A King, 




BRYAN JOHN A, 




Myers 8 G, 




Chaix Eugene, 




SCHMIDT HENRY, 


> 


Clarke Frank, 




BTEINBERG CARL, 




COLLINS JOHN, 




WEI HE EDWARD, 




Connor Tim, 




CLEMENTS JAMES, 


Dry town 


Cryer Robert, 




ANDERSON HANS, 


Dutch Flat 


Daws A Gilbert, 


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BOEK HERMAN, 




FIELDING THOMAS, 




Davis Abraham, 




GEORGE A HOBBY, 




Dunn J F, 




HOLBROOKE D P, 




Faller John R, 




James Edward, 




Granger G H, 




Jeffrey Robert, 




HAGMAN N A, 




MEAGHER DENIS, 


1 1 


Hooe F C, 




MURPHY A MORAN, 




Rablin John, 




Mutton Charles, 




Weeks C 8, 




Odgers Josiah, 


• i 


Boyington A Theobald, 


Elk Grove 


SCOBEL JOHN, 




ALRUTZ JOHN, 


Eureka 


Uphoff Herman, 


• i 


BARNVM G N, 

BARRY A MAGILLICUDDY, 




HALEY JERRY, 


Gold Rim 




HARRISON JOHN A, 




BELL FRED W, 




LEACH J B, 


1 1 


BRETT R W, 


• < 


Pape Chris, 




BRI88LEY A MARSHALL, 


«« 


VAN BUREN JOSIAH, 




CAMPBELL ALEXANDER, 


<« 


Weber P B, 




CHAMPLIN A McCOLLUM, 




Beck Peter, 


Haywards 


Collins Charles, 




Lander Henry, 


1 ONAB A THOMPSON, 




NIEMANN ROBERT, 




CRUMBAUGH A LANE, 




Smith N, 




DUNPHY T E, 




Barlow L B, 


Healdsburg 


FAIRFIELD A FLEMING, 




FRIED H, 




FRUCHTNICHT J, 
' rl FFIN GEORGE, 




Gum A Zane, 




<< 


Hickey J, 


it 


Herrick I B, 




Smith William, 




Huntley A McLaughlin, 




Zane W, 




JOHNSON PETER, 




BRAVO FRANCISCO, 


Hollister 


KING SETH A, 




Conlan Thomas, 




McCarthy Daniel, 




Emerson A Eastman, 




Mr COY A C, 




FRAZIER JOSEPH, 


ii 


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FREDSON A H, 




MONROE A, 




GOODHUE C H, 




PCNDT PETER, 




Lornoin Thomas, 





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Hollister 


STOUT RICHARD, 


, Marysville 

« 


Montague Peter, 




STRITZINGER JACOB, 


NORTH CUTT & COPELAKD, 


(< 


TRICKEL WILLIAM, 


» c c 


O'Donnell T, 


c< 


Vitte J. 


c c 


PALMTAG WILLIAM, 


.. 


WEAR MAN & SERRET, 




PERRY T R, 


(< 


Estel Fred, 


Mendocino 


Bisbee R, 


lone City 


Galbraith C H, 


■■ 


FERRIER J P, 


PACHECO & ALVES, 


cc 


Kennedy P, 


CC 


BROWN S M, 


Merced 


Rewlings M V B, 


c c 


DeGIORGI g, 


«« 


FOLGER & KELLY, 


Jackson 


GALBREATH JAMES, 


c 


Love Thomas, 




GOSSNER JOSEPH, 


cc 


Muldoon E, 


cc 


GRIFFIN PATRICK, 


<< 


Rocca Frank, 




McErlane & Far lev. 




Ross & Few, 


(( 


POWELL G W, 




Tellier Louis, 


cc 


REILLY & DWYER, 


cc 


White George, 


cc 


ROY URBAIN, 


• • 


White J C, 


cc 


SMITH J C, 




Crothers R W, 


Kanawha 


Toomey Wm, 




Simmons L G, 


Lakeport 


Casebolt James W, 


Modesto 


WHITTEMORE H C, 


CURTIS & STEADMAN, 


cc 


Duden C W, 


Latrobe 


DAVIS A H, 


cc 


BASTIAN GEORGE, 


Livermore 


EASTIN W W, 


cc 


Burke Martin, 




Fisher B D & Co, 




BUTTERFIELD H N, 


(C 


Garner B B, 




FRAN ZEN PETER, 


cc 


Hammer A, 




Gardemeyer Christ, 


cc 


McClure James. 




GIBBONS WILLIAM, 


cc 


Pittorf Valentine, 




Pink Louis, 


cc 


Snvder Adam V, 




SHELDON THOMAS, 


cc 


FURRER JACOB, Mokelumne Hill 


SHOENSTEDT & SMITH, 


cc 


HADLOCK J B, 




Sinkwitz William, 


cc 


McFADDAN PETER, 




CHAMBERS J R, 


Lodi 


DUTRA MANUEL, 


Monterey 


RUSSELL THOMAS. 




GIGLING VALENTINE, 


Bo wen N S, 


Martinez 


Harris & Wise. 




Kamp H L, 




Morey R, 




Lawless M, 


cc 


Ruiz Dionicio, 




McCan J, 


cc 


SANCHEZ ADOLFO. 




McGUIRE & SHANNON, 


cc 


•SIM ONE AU J, 




McNamara James, 


cc 


BARTH G, 


Napa 

cc 


Barthe & Pache, 


Marvsville 


BERGREN B E, 


Buttelmann *& Steward, 


Blumer Jake, 


cc 


Carew M, 


cc 


DORR M, 


' '« 


CLARK H A, 


cc 


Habermabl F, 




CLEVELAND J M, 


cc 


Harkin Ned, 




COOK H A, 


cc 


MICHELSON C M, 




Dickey James T, 


cc 


Morris S, 




EBERLEIN W, 


cc 


Muller Frank, 


CC 


FLATHMANN J F, 


cc 


Nichols J M. 


cc 


GRIBNER JOHN, 


(C 


O'DAY MICHAEL, 




Hoffman & Marker, 


< ; 


SMITH FRANK F, 




KATZENSTEIN GABRIEL, 


cc 


Wolf «t Wagener, 




Kendall David, 


cc 


BALTZ & GUENTHER. 


Nevada City 


Kerns Henry, 


(( 


Baruh A, 


Lynd Albert, 


(1 


BECKMAN C. 




MAYOUX A, 


,( 


BRANDT AUGUST, 




McCarroll L, 




CONLAN ROGER, 




McCARTY DAN, 


•< 


Costello F, 




MULL E W, 




HUNERFAUTH P, 




Myers John H, 




KISTLE JOHN, 




NEWHARD J M, 




Kitz Frank C R, 




Ormsby F, 




LOTZ HENRY, 


cc 


Power Thomas J, 




PETTIT JAMES V, 


cc 


Regie & Bahrenburg, 




Pingree Mrs J 0, 




Schwab Valentine, 




Powell & Naflfziger, 





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SCHMITTBURG & HENNEMANN, 


Fleming John A Co, 


East Oakland 




^pvft.fla C^A rv 

11 v * AUCt V 1 . \ 


Henken J F, 




HHFARFR G W 

Oil i - - L 1 • 1 - A » " « *T , 


Liebel Jacob, r . 




STOW \T FX 




LuthJohn, 


' 1 


Davis Mrs W E D 

I/A V l>i 11X19 » " XJ . 


NYirfr.nn villp 

11 \Ji. IvLl * lilt 


Mangels Herman, 




Havard T T) 




Roff John C, 




SCHWARTZ G H, 


(( 


Scheiding Henry, 




Rharr» W 


<( 


Schunck Henry, 




WATSON A P, 


(( 


Walter Reimer, 




BAUER CHRISTIAN" 


Oakland 


Wirth Chas G, 


IC 


BECK W T, 




Ballard J W, 


West Oakland 


Behrniann C, 


( ( 


Bunker J, 




P.FP.7. PHILLIP 


IC 


Cook W F, 




Blaze , 


(( 


Crowley C, 




Bocfjueraz P. 


( . 


Diedricksohn H, 




RradltiV C H 


(( 


Kohler E F, 




C&dogan, Smith A Co, 
Cahn Phillip, 


{{ 


Moore Mrs C, 




(( 


Muller Chas, 




Campbell E H, 


tt 


PERRY J W S, 




Carnty j t 


(( 


Ward A Day, 




Oantro C 


€{ 


Webb W F A J, 


si 


COONEY PETER, 


* ft 


EISENHART D, 


Oroville 


f*^ rr»n i rw .T M 

V/1UU1U3 V -** ■ 


(; 


Gossian Louis, 


K 


1 ) a. v i m Jft j V* 


(( 


MARCHELLA A JOHNSON, 


F&rrcll John 


li 


Mullen Samuel, 


c 


n pa»iv J[( ill n 

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ii 


REBSCHER JACOB, 




/"iihn T ■ t w r * • t ) i * • • 

' M.lli 1 . a » i U 1 1 . 


M 


SIMON L A A CO, 


li 


HALLAHAN J, 


|i 


Washburn Wm A, 




Hanifin J J 


<t 


WILSON A LEHN. 


tt 


HAQUETTE A E, 


it 


ZAMBELLECH N, 




Hayes P, 


(< 


Davis J C, 


Pacheco 


HELD A NELLER,' 


tt 


Hadsell George, 


ii 


Heyer H, 


ii 


HARDING A LANGENKAMP, 


Holland D 


<< 


Marco F, 




Jana OhVif» 


{{ 


Ott John, 




KIHLMEYER LOUIS, 


<( 


Payne L, 




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ii 


Tiedemann H M, 


<( 


LANO A CO 


<( 


Pelissier Joseph, 


Pajaro 


Ma her John, 


t( 


ALEXANDER F A, 


Petaluma 




(< 


BRENNAN J F, 




Martin F W 


n 


Brown A Andres, 




MpPnthpnn Rftht 


(< 


Casey B, 




M^T )r»n mi frh .T TT 


IC 


Conniff John, 




McOerry H, 


(C 


Filippine A Co, 






(. 


GER MANIA SALOON, 




O'Onnnpll J 


t< 


Hess A Co, 




Ohlig A, 


«, 


Holmes A, 




O'NpiI P 


<< 


Kohler E, 


<( 


O'NFTT THOMAS 




LITTLE J. 




PICHLER CHRIS 


(< 


McCarthy E R, 




Rocc& John, 


f( 


Misner Renfro, 




Lh j a 11 ixx tl | 


ii 


Murker J, 




ttparinir Win S 

OtJUI Ulg " 1x1 ™l ^ 


«< 


Sullivan A, 




M f ' 1 n ft T.^»nTfcAlH 

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(C 


Ballard A Simmons, 


Placerville 


wiJio i a 1 1 u u*i xT a til , 


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Beffa Angelo, 


tt 


oixiiuil %l ao x». 




BRITO J, 


c t 


STREIT A VOOT, 




Clase A Alderson, 


li 


Terney John, 




Ditson Wm, 




Thayer E, 


(( 


iempthorn J H, 




Wemmer David, 


IC 


Mehren J, 


( f 


Wertheimer A Block, 




MILLER D P, 




WILSON A WARREN, 




Myers George, 




Wunderlin Stephen, 




ROLLERI JOSEPH, 




BIELER FRANK, 


East Oakland 


SIEG FRED, 




Drucker Hermann, 




White D J, 





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Bennett John, 
Bunker H E, 
Jacintho Frank, 
McCaw D, 
Mesmer Christian, 
Silva M S, 
BRACE M S, 
Norris J C, 
Norris L G, 
Quinn P, 

BOFINGER & ENDRES, 

Bofmger G, 

DILLABOUGH & BRIGGS, 
LANGE LHD, 
Lintz & Edwards, 
Noland M D, 
PEGDEN WM, 
RAY, CHAS, 
SAYRE C F, 
Schroder A & B, 
Wentz Henry, 
WILCOX A P, 
BOTSCH FRED, 
Eikerenkotter E, 
FITZPATRICK P, 
HANNAFORD K H, 
HYNDING C G, 
Mullen E, 
Noldstram Chas, 
PETERSON JOHN, 
REED CHAS A, 
Adams Conrad, 
Alfaro Isidor, 
BACHLE JOSEPH, 
BECKMANN FRITZ, 
BLAIR & JOHNSON, 
BRAUN JNO W, 
Bremerman Chr 
Brewer A, 
Rock way C P, 
BRODERICK TIMOTHY, 
BRUNNER CHAS, 
Clark Wm, 
COFFIELD P,ETER, 
Colla Jules P, 
Considine D J, 
COOPER DAVID, 
CORBIN & DAVIS, 
DANGLER CHAS, 
De Lange J B, 
DEPUY & BROMAGIM, 
Dohn Charles, 
Domingos John, 
DONOVAN JOHN, 
EWERS OTTO, 
FLAHERTY PETER, 
Foster Jacob, 
GAGLIARDO JOHN, 
Givens John, 
GONNET A, 
Griffith S J, 

GROTH & LONGABAUGH, 
Gruhler Jacob, 
Guire Wm C, 
GUTHRIE A B, 



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Red Bluff 



Redwood 

Redwood 
Sacramento 



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HAMANN C H, 

Hammon C H, 

Hanlon James, 

Hannan Owen, 

HARRIS L R, 

Hector John, 

Heil Fred, 

Heisen Chas, " 

HOLLFELDER P, 

INWALL J J, 

Johnson J A, 

Kelly Patrick, 

KLEBITZ & GREEN, 

Klein A R, 

Kohne Henry, 

Kraus E, " 
KUENY J B, 
Kuhl H, 

LARNEY FRANK, 
LESLIE RICHARD, 
LEVY G N, 

Link Frank, " 

Lothhammer Louis, 

Lucey & McCallion, 

Manchester George, 

McCord Bros, 

McEWAN WILLIAM, 

McGregor A, 

McLENNAN (C J) & SMITH (A J) " 

MEHARRY WILLIAM, 

MELLEN JOSEPH, 

Miencken P H, . " 

Moore G W, " 

MURRAY JAMES, 

NESSEL CHARLES, 

NEUMANN GEORGE, 

NORTON A H, 

OGDEN & BARNEY, 

OTENW ALDER MARTIN, 

OTTO H O, 

PENNELL & WOLFE, 

PIZANO FRANK, 

Price Wm, " 

Quaid PS, 

REEVES J A, 

REIFFARTH OTTO, 

Rice Peter, '* 

ROCK WILLIAM, 

RUHSTALLER FRANK, 

SAYRE BROTHERS, 

SCHAUMLOFFEL WILLIAM, 

SCHEIBEL GEORGE, Sen, 

Schmidt J M, 

Schmitt Jacob, 

Sellinger Chas, 

SIEBENTHALER PHILIP, 

Sperry Wm, " 

STOKEL W, 

Strauss Louis, 

Stuckenholz B, " 
SWAIN J A; 
UHL FRED, 

Upman Joseph, " 
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Vorwerck Carl, 
Wagner Michael, 
WHITGEN GEO, 
Windau August, 
WOLF JACOB, 
WOOD J C, 
BIRLEM A CONNOR, 
Chevallier L C, 
Cropley A Field, 
Dean 8 L, 
HEITMANN H H, 
HITZ F. 

JOHNSON JOE, 
Keller Fred, 
KELLY JAMES, 
KERNS P, 
Lawrence F A, 
Leese David, 
Levy L, 
Lund J, 
Menke J H, 
PALMTAG GEORGE, 
QUIGLEY D J, 
Richardson W A, 
8US8ER JACOB A, 
WALLACE MARTIN, 
CASEY WM, 
Donnelly H, 
DRI8COLL D, 
Masterson P, 
Pellaton E, 
ANDERSON JNO, 
Anderson Owen, 
Barr Chas, 
Bliven Edward A, 
Brassy A Co, 
Brignolio Jos, 
BliOHASKA G, 
Carr David, 
CROSLEY P, 
Deacle J, 
Donohoe S, 
Dugan John, 
Dwyer Wm, 
Erie F, 

Ernst A Fisher, 
Fellom C J, 

FIT/SIMMONS JOHN, 
Frank Leon, 
George Givens, 
Gerdes J C, 
GISH L, 
Green Wni H, 
Haub Jacob, 
Hayden E, 
Havden E B, 
Hohner J W, 
Johnson Chas B, 
Kelly Hugh, 
Kern A, 

Laurent A Straub, 
LEPESCH A BURON, 
LISK JNO, 
Maffri H, 

MA HONEY JOHN F, 



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Malatesta J, 
Martin Edward, 
McGinnis & Milroy, 
Meier Henry, 
MEYER W W, 
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Minahan Jno, 
Muller Alex, 
Mulvana Jas, 
Piepenburg Aug, 
PLITT J D, 
Reardon John, 
REIMERS C H, 
Roderick Joseph, 
SCHMIDT GEO, 
Schmidt J C, 
Schneider D, 
Seibach H, 
*mith Thos M, 
Stillwell A, 
Wall Jno, 
Warkentin P, 
WQLTERS E C, 
Derra Francisco, 
HARRIS SAMUEL, 
Heritage J 0, 
Roche P, 

SCHERER LOUIS, 
Baumberger Felix, 
Gorman John, 
Hanson Peter, 
Martin Joseph, 
McKinstry Thomas, 
Noland John, 
Silvia Chas, 
Thompson B L, 
Bergner Charles, 
Byrnes James, 
Whitehead J, 
Day Tim, 
FRAG AM AS P C, 
GRANT JAMES A, 
HANNA FRANCIS, 
Hoxie Joe, 

KAPPENMANN JOSEPH, 
King T C, 
Mensing N, 

MUELLER CLEMENS, 

WARD JOHN, 

Watson James, 

ZOPF HERMANN, 

GABRIEL A, 

Garloff A, 

Henning Wm, 

MERRILL & CLIFFORD, 

OSCHATZ F, 

Wittmeier S, 

ACHORN J, 
I Besse J N & Co, 
1 BITTING S T, 
! BORROSEY GEO, 
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Santa Cruz 


Wittkopf Charles, 


Stockton 


GRAY JOHN A, 


44 


Crocker & Bartlett, 


Suisun 


tt A Tin /™1TTT>TO 

HAUG CHRIS, 




Fannon Thomas, 




NEARY PATRICK 




Ferguson E F, 




"Tfc T XT A XT A T> T> f~\ O 

PINANA BROS. 


4 4 


HOXIE BENJ F, 




T> \ T?T7iT T? X> V T A 1WT?t! 

KAr r JuJcj-K ± 1 J AiMLJiiU, 


4 4 


Kennedy W T, 




bnernian xii w , 




Miller John, 




Tulite R, 




Bruno P : 


Sutter Creek 


Dunnigan & Allison, 


Santa Rosa 


Byrne James, 




Fisher Fen, 


44 


Dugnio^ich Mrs A, 




Gerken J, 


1 1 


Fantenrose L J, ^ 




MlltZ .r , 


44 


Howard F A, 




Kohle August, 


44 


Kelly & Payne, 




Laucks A H, 


44 


Myers D, 




Lyford W G, 


44 


Paull R, 




Metzger H, 


4 4 


Theile Ch W, 


V 


Moller H, 


4 ' 


BALDWIN J W, 


Truckee 


1 > / \ \t T7 1 V V, T>T>TXT/^T? 

BO-MEx & rliLDiLiiL, 


" 


BENNETT H, 




Terry W, 


4 4 


Brickell B, 




White & Atkins, 




BURTON E, 




Williams & Wiigut, 


44 


HUMPHREYS CHAS W, 




Wise M, 


4 4 


HURD W H, 




Brown P, 


Somersville 


JOHNSON ANDREW H, 




Dellingham E, 


4 4 


Lindsay Joseph, 




Mills & Bagley, 




Rabel Frank & Co, 




Prosser W, 


44 


Briggs M C, 


Ukiah 


ADAJYLb JUb r, 


Stockton 


Carter G W, 




Briedenbach Joseph, 


4 4 


Chambers T S, 


£ C 


BRUTbCHx CHAb, 


44 


HANSON & LAMKIN, 




Corcoran & Dyas, 




Sleeper T B, 




Darcy & Wilson, 


44 


Burtin & Nagle, 


Vallejo 


Douglass John B, 




Casey Robt, 


Drascovich M, 


4< 


Coleman John, 




Ducker John, 


4 4 


CONNOLLY HENJBY, 




Foster & Devine, 


44 


Cremore Thos, 




rOWLER & WOODSON, 


<4 


CUSICK JOHN J, 




Gebhard Benjamin, 


44 


Damuth Nathaniel, 




Grasberger & Simon, 


4 4 


DIENEEN PATRICK, 




Grissim Harry, 


44 


FITZGERALD PATRICK, 




HEBEL & MAGER, 


44 


Gaffney B, 




Hedges & Buck, 


44 


Gannon Mrs M, 




TTT1T MDTnU Tlf A V 

HELMRICK MAX, 


' ' 


Gookin Thos P, 




Kaiser M L, 


44 


KENNEDY MICHAEL, 




TT'TATTATT' "D TOT A XTXT /^TTOmAtT 

KlJNDERMAJNM GUbTAv, 


44 


McGettigan E, 




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Kraft H & Co, 


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MORRISON THOS, 




Lebender L, 


4< 


MURRAY ANTHONY, 




LESHER BROTHERS, 


44 


Newcomb A E, 




Jones & Overton, 


44 


NOONAN JOHN, 




Macready Henry, 


44 


O'Neil Patrick, 




Magner Max, 
Maguire W E, 


44 


Reynolds Chas, 




" 


Riley C W, 




MAlrlEVVb xl O, 


44 


SEAMANS M W, 




McCarty J R, 


44 


Siebe F C, 




TVJT~/^1T>TT T TO IfATTXTm 

McCRILLIS & MOUNT, 


<{ 


TORMEY WM, 




MIRES R G, 


( I 


WALL C J, 




Moss & Darcy, 


44 


Wilson Harry, 




MUSTO P, 


( t 


ADAMS GREEN, 


Watsonville 


PEYTON & HOLMES, 




Avila G D, 


44 


1)TT X? \T T A TIT"C(J 

JtvlijJiii JAMEb, 




BASHAM J W, 




ivoiiancl A, 




BREEN ED, 




Shaver J P, 




Ford R F, 




SMALL C M, 




GINOCHIO L, 




Stott A A, 




Hagerty Denis, 




Weber & Castello, 




Holm Andrew, 




Winchell George, 




McMenomy J J, 





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MUSCUNI G. 
Putnam L B. 
Ryason J M A Co, 
8chmidt Chas, 
8t Paul G de, 
8TRUVE H C, 
Lawson L, 
PLUMMER E H, 
Robinett John, 
Aronson Henry, 
Bentley G W, 
Burson John, 
DEHLER ANTON, • 
Dryfua Louis, 
Hager John, 
Laskv M, 

LEISER RICHARD, 
MOORE JOHN. • 
Schwalm J G, 
Shluer Otto. 
Sieber Christopher, 
Simmons H S, 
Stegall Hensley, 
Stollings 8 W, 
Wilcox A Voorhees, 
Anson B D, 
Campbell D, 
Crowlev John. 
DOOLEY A McGEE. 
Wilcoxon T B, 

Liquor*— Wholesale. 



Watsonville 



Woodbridge 
Woodland 



Cloverdale 



Yuba Citv 



ISOARD A. 

BUCK A McCOURT, 

GAUDIN J, 

Ghirardelli A Petar. 

Vander Noot & Son J, 

ACKERMANN A A CO, 

BILLINGS E L A CO, 

CASEY A CRONAN, 

( HESLEY GEO W A CO, 

Ebner Bros, 

Powers A Henderson, 

8TRUTZ JULIUS, 

WEINREICH A BARTELS. 

WILCOX. FELTER A CO, 

Roney A Prince, 

MATHEWS H O, 

O'Brien J H, 

Oullahan A Co, 

WEST GEO A CO. 



Nevada City 
Oakland 



Petaluma 
Sacramento 



Santa Rosa 
Stockton 



Uvery Stables. 



Lewis G L, 
YAGER PETER. 
Chase John C, 
CROSBY C C. 
Israel W C, 
WEINMAN'S F P. 
Ponibrr J M A Co, 
KU88ER BROS (Feed) 
Shearer A Evans, 
Weed A Weed, 
CURRY J, 
Barnett J R (Feed), 



Alameda 
Amador City 
Antioch 
Auburn 
Bantas 
Benicia 
Castroville 
Chico 



Clayton 
Cloverdale 



Davis G V, 
Kerns A Walker, 
Slssengood John (Feed), 
Lord T J, 
BAKER SAMUEL, 
Cheney John. 
Perdue Bros, 
Sanford A Ma honey, 
Hayden A Hanna, 
Hinman W S, 
McCombs James, 
Hinkson R S, 
Colgrove L R, 
Boyington A Wilder, 
Kendall, Devoy A Clow, 
LONG C W, 
McCANN, BAKER A CO. 
Rieks Thomas F, 
Yost E K, 

DONLEY HENRY, 
STROBEL WM A, 
McKinstrv A Howard, 
Fuller H H, 
BRANNAN WM, 
Fitzgerald Bros A Hines, 
Paine John, 
BYRNE A CO, 
Smallv D S, 

BOSTWICK A THING, 
King J, 

Gift W R (Feed A Sale), 
HODGES J J, 
Latture A McCoy, 
Ludgate Surface A Co, 
HOFFMAN F, 
Palmer Richard, 
Hammock R J, 
HILTON LEMEN, 
Ladd Joseph, 
Smith A Harrison, 
SMITH LEANDER, 
WRIGHT H H, 
ElMson J A, 
Bennett S J, 
BALL B (Feed), 
Freyberger Fred (Feed), 
GILLESPIE J C , 

Heintzen George (Feed), " 
Jenkins A Bushnell, " 
Jenkins R S, " 
KENT A PERCY, 
Kimball C B, 
McDonald J B, 
Reubert A Graf (Feed), 
Travner A McCov (Feed), " 
SWiTZER A BOYD, Mendocino City 
McCLENATHAN M A CO, Merced 
QUIGLEY W J, 
SEARING CHAS, 

BENTLEY T S, Modesto 
Dallas Chas (Feed), £i 
Ross Frank H, " 
WALLACE THOS (Feed), 
Peek A Wells, Mokelumne Hill 

Bonny J L, Monterey 



Colfax 
Colusa 



Concord 
Davisville 
Dixon 

Drytown 
Dutch Flat 
Elk Grove 
Eureka 



Fairfield 
Folsom 

Gait 
Georgetown 
Gilroy 



Grass Valley 
Haywards 
Healdsburg 

Hollister 



lone City 
Jackson 

(« 

Lakeport 
Livermore 



Lodi 
Martinez 
Marvsville 



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LIV 



CLASSIFIED. 



Napa City 



Nevada City 



Nortonville 
Oakland 



CLIFFORD G B, 
Derby Henry F, 
Edgington James, 
NUNAN & CUFF, 
MILLS H C (Feed), 
SHADDUCK & GRAHAM 
WELLINGTON D, 
Gagen John, 
AYERS D M, 
Beardsley W D, 
Beaudry & McEvoy, 
Brown Jas, 
BROWN S A, 
Carpenter W H, 
CLIFFORD T C, 
HARD R R & CO, 
Hunt Milan, 
McCleverty & Noblett, 
Newland & Pumyea, 
STRAUTER & HOWARD 
Tinkham & Butterfield, 
Trescott J C, 
Vary Jas H, 
Clark F T, 
HOGARTY J B, 
May A W, 
Swett A W, 
TRIPLETT JAMES, 
PETERSEN N, 
CALLOW & STEVENS, 
CLEMENTS & CO, 
KERBY FRED P, 
MILLER GEO (Feed), 
JOHNSON S W, 
Woodford Charles H, 
Brown & Ellsworth, 
Carillo & Purrington, 
Davidson J, " 
DINWIDDIE, TUCKER & CO, (Sale and 



East Oakland 



West Oakland 
Oroville 



Pacheco 



Petaluma 



Stock) , 
PFAU J, 
Reed & Davis, 
Barthmoew A, 
MAYNARD CHARLES A, 
STEPHENS T B, 
COATS L A, 
Hinkson & Miller, 
Brady John, 
CHARLES SIDNEY, 
ROBERTS J B, 
SLEETH C A, 
BEALS EDWARD, 
COOK S M, 
Chamberlin V J, 
Chapman Frank, 
CUNNINGHAM JOHN (Feed), 
Gillis D, 
Oilman L S, 

Grafmiller Andred W (Feed), 
McMullen D K, 
Miller Michael, 
SCRIVER T D, 
Stanley Lee, 

toll'n J, 

Tryon Sylvester (Feed), 



Petaluma 



Placerville 



Pleasantpn 
Plymouth 
Red Bluff 



Redwood 
Sacramento 



Van Vechten Teunis (Feed), Sacramento 
Wagner John, " 
WILSON J W, 
WINGATE C C, 

ARCHER & FRASIER, Salinas 
Conner W J, " 
FRANKS & LEAN, 
MAUK C H (Feed), 
TUCKER & PIERCE (Feed), 
Masterson P, San Andreas 

RUSSELL R W, - 

Crispin & Co (Feed), San Jose 

Downs Joshua, « 
HOBSON JACOB, 

Hoover H, " 
Jeffry Wm, 

Jones & Reardon, " 
McNelly & Brever,* " 
RYAN PERRY E, 
WALLACE R, 
Waters W E, 

Welch A, " 
WILLIAMS & WHITE, 
Piellin Geo, 
ZANETTA ANGELO, 
GALLET J A, 
Smalley & Stratton, 
Byrnes James, 
Walker Eugene, 
Barnard Wm L, 
McLeod A, 

MURRAY MICHAEL, 
Goodwin & Martin, 
Lincoln & Co, 
MORGAN & KENNEDY, 
SCOTT & MERRILL, 
Simpson James F (Feed), 
Boyce J F (Feed), 
Byington H W, 
Clark J P, 
Powers D P, 
Ward H E, 
West J E, 
Belden & Morris, 
Beswick Frank, 
Dawson Horace, * 
Doak & Dunning, 
Fee Patrick, 
FORD BROTHERS, 
KENYON & HAINES (Feed), 
Kile & Coil (Feed) , 
Yates L E (training), 
TAFT G W & C 0, 
Wilson Samerit, 
Fagan P, 
Turner W H, 
ERWIN & ROSSEAU, 
Arnold & Carson, 
GIBSON & SMITH, . 
BROWNLIE JNO, Vallejo 
Callender John, M 
Central Stables, " 
CONNOLLY HENRY, 
DOWLING JOHN (hacks), 
ALEXANDER & GRANT, Watsonville 



San Juan 
San Leandro 
San Mateo 
San Rafael 



Santa Crux 



Santa Rosa 



Somersville 
Soquel 
Stockton 



Suisun 

Sutter Creek 

Truckee 
Ukiah 



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LTJM 



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BEECHUM VAN R 
Morgan A Kennedy, 
House M W, 
Beamer R L, 
Bovd A Harrison, 
Clarke E L, 
Pockman A Redd. 
Erickson A Olson, 



(feed) , Watsonville 

Woodbridge 
Woodland 



Eureka 



Yuba City 



Locksmiths. 

(See Gun and Locksmiths.) 

Lodging House**. 

30HIR JOHN F, Antioch 

Jennings Mrs M A, Marysville 

Nesemann Mrs A Co, " 

ROY URBAIN. Merced 

Giradin John. Monterey 
Silva M. 
8IMONEAU J, 

BARTH G, Napa City 

Eglin Eugene, " 

Bushell Mrs E A. Oakland 

Dodge S J, " 

Gage J C. " 

Hannah Mrs 31 C. " 
King T J, 

Scheiding Henry, " 

Schunck Henry, East Oakland 
Flagg Mrs. West Oakland 

Murray Mrs S J, " 

Chilton Mrs E M, Plymouth 

HICKS S P. Red Bluff 

Anderson Mrs D 0, Sacramento 

Brown C C, " 
DOUGHERTY Mrs N. 

Eaton G M, " 

Ten Eyck Mrs L L, " 
UHL Mn B, 

Wadsworth Mrs W, " 

Dexter H, » Santa Cruz 

Andriot P B, Stockton 
ENGELHARDT ALBERT, 

Moss A Darcy, 11 

Burton E, Truckee 

Lumber. 

(See also Wagon Material). 
Laidlaw Walter, Alameda 
TOWLE BROS A CO, 
Allen George, 
GaUowav James A Co, 
HAUGHTON C B, 



Brokawl K, 

Chico Lumber Co, 



Alta 

Amador City 
Antioch 
Benicia 
Castroville 
Chico 



SIERRA FLUME A LUMBER CO, 



Hoadley J F, 
McCULLOUGH G B, 
DEAN W D A CO, * 
Powell A, 
POWELL A, 



Cloverdale 
Colfax 
Colusa 
Davisville 
Dixon 



TOWLE BROS A CO (manufactur- 
ers), Dutch Flat 
Jones D R A Co, Eureka 



McKAY A CO, 
Russ J A Co, 
Vance John, 
Addison Stephen, 
KAY SAMUEL, 
Nolle R, 

BRUNSTETER P, 
Conawav A Bro, 
Leech R, 
Howard A Co, 
Boyd A P, 
Brown R L, 
Swain A Morey, 
Newman G A Bros, 
Woolsey Geo, 
j Butterfield J A, 
HORTON ISRAEL, 
BRAY BROS, 
DOW N G, 

! STANWOOD RICHARD G 

UNION LUMBER CO, 
| Williams E C, 

Isaacs Geo E, 
! LAMBERT A BRO, 
I Jackson J A A Co, 

Knapp H H, 

MARSH M L A D, 
; V FLUME CO, 

Laidlaw Walter. 

Merritt S, 
: Taylor A Co, 

Larue James, 
1 FARNHAM E P, 

SPARKS M T A CO, 

ANDERSON L, 

Dell W K, 

RICE C B, 

Blair J A J, 

Jones William, 

Myer Chadbourne, 

POTTER E S, 

DENNIS AMOS. 

Hanson, Ackerson A Co, 

Drew N L A Co, 

FRAZER W F A CO, 

FRIEND TERRY A CO, 

WALTON R, 
I Theilmann M C, 
i Wyllie A Washburn, 
; BEAR CREEK LUMBER CO, 
' Chase J W, 
j Gowen Bros A Co 

San Jose Independent Mill 
1 Lumber Co, 

! SANTA CLARA VALLEY MILL 

AND LUMBER CO, 
WISNOM A DOYLE, San Mateo 

SHAVER ISAAC, San Rafael 

Sims John, " 
\ Santa Clara Valley Mill and Lum- 
ber Co, Santa Clara 
I Stevens H W, 

Ashley Otis (sawmill) , Santa Cruz 

i Bear Creek Lumber Co (sawmill), " 
I Ellsworth Timothy (sawmill), " 



Folsom 

Georgetown 
Grass Valley 



Healdsburg 
Hollister 



lone City 

Jackson 
Livermore 
Martinez 
Marysville 



Mendocino City 
Merced 
Monterey 
Napa City 

Nevada City 

Oakland 



East Oakland 
Oroville 

Pacheco 

ft 

Petaluma 
Placerville 

Pleasanton 
Plymouth 
Redwood City 

Sacramento 



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San Andreas 
San Jose 



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CALIFORNIA. 



MER 



CLASSIFIED. 



Flume Sawmill (mfrs), Santa Cruz 

Manson & Cummings (sawmill), " 
March W F, 

McGowan Bros (sawmill), " 
Peery J W (sawmill), " 
Pyatt & Co (sawmill), " 
San Francisco Mill (mfrs), " 
Treat G-eorge (sawmill) , 
Korbel F & Bros, 
Murphy Bros, 
ELSENORE & CO (mfrs) 
Huntington & Co (mfrs) , 
Soquel Lumber Co, 
HICKENBOTHAM J T, 
MOORE & GAWNE, 
Simpson & Cray, 
ROBBINS R D, 
Allen G-eorge, 

BAUNER MILL & LUMB'R CO 
ELLEN ELLE, 
KNEELAND JOHN, 
SCHAFFER GEORGE, 
TRUCKEE LUMBER CO, 
REEVES TAPPING (mfr), 
POPE & TALBOT, 
POWELL A, 
FORD & SANBORN, 
DAVIS & FRAZER, 
NEWTON R H & CO, 

Machinists. 

(See also Foundries; also Gun and Lock- 
smiths.) 



Santa Rosa 
Soquel 



Stockton 



Suisun 
Sutter Creek 
Truckee 



Ukiah 
Vallejo 

Watsonville 
Woodland 



SMITH JAMES, 
BARTLETT E B, 
Donaldson J W, 
Woolsey John S, 
JAHN & SCHOLL, 
Kaese & Rode, 
Siesbuttel D, 
Morey H S, 
FISHER N, 
ROSE M R, 
White J P, 
England W P, 
Gregg & Philes ; 
SPRAGUE Z, 
HOWARD J A, 



Colfax 
Eureka 
Fairfield 
Gilroy 
Oakland 



Placerville 
Sacramento 

San Jose 
Santa Cruz 

Stockton 
Watsonville 



Marble Works. 



Davis & Green, 
LINDSEY W E, 
Seaward Thomas, 
Lindsey W E, 
Shafer J O, 
Madden & Co, 
Sullivan «fc Farley, 
SOVEREIGN G W, 
THOMPSON A C, 
AITKEN & LUCE, 
Boyne & Brown, 
Devine J C, 
Fish F N, 

Morris P T (Granite), 



Chico 
Gilroy 
Marysville 
Merced 
Napa City 
Oakland 

Oroville 
Petal uma 
Sacramento 



Santa Rosa 
Stockton 



Vallejo 



CITY MARBLE WORKS, San Jose 

Excelsior Marble Co, " 
Hingsbergen H, ** 
Lee & Lauermann, 
FISHER & RUSSILL, 
McHENRY R A & BRO, 
Roberts E R, 
Southerland J H, 
Doyle James, 

Markets. 

(See Butchers.) 

Merchant Tailors. 

(See also Tailors.) 

EVANS F, 

WOODS & FORDHAM, 
FRANK A, 
CAHILL GEORGE, 
PETERSON FERD, 
RYAN JAMES, 
Williams — , 
HOLLINGBERY W, 
BURNIE A, 
Wood Ben, 
JACOBS S & CO, 
SHAW J B, 
BROWN P & BRO, 
Cohn E, 
Eilerman H, 
Gerken J Henry, 
Voss Henry, 

GURROLA FRANCISCO, 
LUDESCHER JOSEPH, 
CHANTRY E R, 
May Robert, 
WALTERS F K, 
KRESSLEY OWEN, 
Preece & Gogo, 
Wiprut Morris, 
Borrelle J, 
Diering Henry, 
FRANCIS S, 
Gray Simon, 
Healy M J, 

STRATHERN & LANCASTER 



Castroville 
Chico 
Colusa 
Eureka 



Georgetown 
Gilroy 
Grass Valley 

Hollister 

Marysville 



Merced 
Modesto 



Napa City 



Oakland 



Hallahan Florence, 
KURT HENRY, 
DOLLEFELD C, 
Keegan Gerald, 
Schultz Henry, 
BURGESS T K, 
Ebert E G, 
Foy F M, 
Hanson Otto, 
McCANN HENRY, 
VINNEMEYER JOSEPH, 
STOKES JAMES, 
Cady J M, 
Campbell J, 
Fraser D, 
O'Banion & Kent, 
QuiltyD, 
Shipper Sol, 
Tureman & Oakley, 



East " 

Oroville 
Red Bluff 

Redwood 
Sacramento 



Salinas 
San Jose 



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PETER LOUIS, San Rafael 

Zimmerman W, Santa Clara 

ANDRESSEN PETER, Santa Cruz 

Heitmann Henry, " 
HUGHES D P, 

Christian W, Stockton 

Marks Harris, " 
Marks M, 

HAHISIS HENRY, Suisun 

FRITCHIE M, Truckee 

LAW SON JNO, Vallejo 
HEITLER LORENZO R, 
REINQUIN P L, 
VOORHEE8 A ALDEN, 

Alexander A, Watsonville 

RUOGLES J R, " 

Vandenberge P, " 

Zirker Louis, Woodland 

Milliners. 

(See also Milliners and Dressmakers; 
Dressmakers.) 

Hill tt Thompson (Mrs), Alameda 

CLEAVES Mrs D H, Antioch 

Shrewsbury Miss N A, Cloverdale 

Gavin Mrs Lottie, Concord 

COLBURN A- BLITCH, Dixon 

DAY Mrs H H, Dutch Flat 

Dwyer Mrs J W, Eureka 

Ryan Josephine, «• 

Shad.-k Mrs M, Gilroy 
Welch Mrs M T, 

Loyd Mrs E. Grass Valley 

MURPHY Mrs M, 

PHILLIPS Mrs JANE. 

Hinckley Miss R, Haywards 

Smith Mrs S H, 

Towntin Mrs K A, Healdsburg 

COLEMAN Mrs R, Hollister 

Mails Mrs M A, Jackson 

Macdonald Miss Jennie, Livermore 

SALTER Mrs A G, Merced 

PENDER Mrs J H, Marysvjlle 
SHERMAN Mrs E J, 

Alexander Mrs J S, Modesto 

Fhilbrook Miss A A, Napa City 

STERLING Mrs M A. Nevada City 

B< tfnian Mrs J J, Oakland 
Blake Mrs G F, 

Cunningham Mrs M, " 

Durham Mrs J P, 41 

Jon I Mrs M I, *' 
REICHLING P A AMSTUTZ, 

Spencer M. " 

Tatterson Mrs MA, ** 

Vol lkrr Miss T, «« 

Ward Mrs Charles, " 
Wise Mrs E F, 

Silberberg Mrs S, East Oakland 

Hetherington Mrs J W, West Oakland 

CORONA Mrs D Y, Oroville 
GOLDBERG Miss B, 

Jones Miss E K, Pacheco 

Kelley Mrs A, Petaluma 



| Rutherford Mrs W P, Petaluma 
I Weir Miss E C, 

I Fickert Miss L M, Red Bluff 
! Hicks Mrs S P, 

Murdock Miss ME, " 

Neville Mrs A, Redwood 
Phelan M H, 

CALLIHAN Mrs P A, Sacramento 
i EMMONS Miss D H, 

Levy Bernard, " 
MURPHY Mrs R W, 
Wells Miss & Co, 

Dyer Mrs D A, Salinas 
Healey Mrs T, 

PFORTNER Mrs WM, San Andreas 

Armstrong Miss M, San Jose 

Bassler Mrs A, " 
Black Mrs B W, 

Brandon Mrs H, " 

Brown Mrs R C, " 

Demar Mrs J, " 
Griffin Mrs M, 

Herriman Miss M, " 

Manner Mrs E, " 

Morehead J M, " 
O'BRIEN Mrs J W, 
Wise Mrs D, 

Smith Mrs A, San Rafael 

Cook & Brown (Mrs), Santa Clara 

McLaughlin Agnes, " 

Handley Miss Katie, Santa Cruz 
MARTIN Mrs HA, 
NEARY (Misses), 

Rurkhalter Mrs A, Santa Rosa 

: Justice & Nash, " 

j McEnery Miss K, " 

Barricklo Mrs D D, Stockton 
Devoll Mrs M A & Co, 

Eckstrom Mrs Thomas, " 

Gibson Mrs C, *.* 

Williams Mrs S, " 

MAILS Mrs M A, Sutter Creek 

SEABURY Mrs C A, Suisun 
DYART (Mrs) & MARRISON (Miss), 

Trucks© 

DOLLINGER Madam F, Vallejo 

Josselyn Mrs Lizzie, " 

Mahoney Miss Nellie E, " 

Massey Mrs S M, " 
O'NEIL Mrs M J, 

Griffin Mrs R A Co, Watsonvile 

Porter Mrs W W & Co, Woodville 

Milliners and Dressmakers. 

(See also Dressmakers; also Milliners.) 

SEWELL Miss M, Castroville 

BENNETT Mrs J G, Chico 

DUNLAP Mrs FRANK, Colusa 
McGRATH Mrs M, 

Mew Mrs, Elk Grove 
MEAD (Mrs) & STRONG (Miss) , Eureka 

Sales Mrs W, Healdsburg 

FINLEY Mrs ELLEN, Hollister 
Graves Mrs S E, 



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CLASSIFIED. 



Foster & Ivory, Lodi 

Putnam Miss M J, Marysville 

BARRY Mrs P B, Merced 

Brown Mrs Lizzie, Napa City 

Herring & Fard' (Misses) , " 

THOSS Mrs F, Nevada City 

Grear Miss B G, Oakland 

Griffin & Briggs, Petaluma 

ASBURY Mrs & CO, Sacramento 
MARR, Mrs EM, 

CLEAVELAND Mrs LUCY, Ukiah 

Shoemaker Miss J, " 

HOLBROOK Mrs L D, Watson ville 

Swim Mrs Henrietta F, " 

Ogburn Mrs H U, Woodville 

Hills. 

(See Flour Mills; also Planing Mills; 
Lumber ) 

Mining Companies. 



also 



Keystone Con Mining Co, 
Rising Sun M Co, 
Centennial Mine, 
Cedar Creek G M & W Co, 
WIENCKE HENRY, 
Deep Gravel M Co, 
Phenix G M Co, 
Gem G & S M Co, 
Con Amador M Co, 



Amador City 
Colfax 
Drytown 
Dutch Flat 
.Oroville 
Placerville 
Plymouth 
Stockton 
Sutter Creek 



Mining Superintendents. 

HEWITT O C, Amador City 

NEFF J H, Colfax 

Belden C C, Drytown 

LUDLTJM T B, Dutch Flat 

Knight Henry T, Folsom 

WATT DAVID, Grass Valley 
WATT Hon WILLIAM, 

BROWN F M, Jackson 

MORGANS MORGAN, Nortonville 

Swan Geo W, Placerville 

Hooper W H, Plymouth 

Hawxhurst George, Somersville 

Pinkerton John W, " 

Davis D T, Sutter Creek 
Rees H, 

Music A Musical Instruments. 



WARREN E, 
BONSTELL W T, 
SPEAR A P, 
WELLS G F, 
Landram C & Co, 
WELCH GEORGE W, 
Baker & Hanchette, 
Fabrique B C, 
Cowen P, 

DALE & CO (music), 
HAMMER L K, 
Heyman Arnold, 
Marvin W W, 
SMITH & YATES, 
Littleton E W, 
Morton & Co, 
SCHAUFELE J. 



Chico 
Eureka 
Marysville 
Mendocino 
Merced 
Nevada City 
Oakland 

Petaluma 
Sacramento 



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San Jose 
Santa Cruz 



Ackley E N, 
GOODNOUGH A M, 
PHELPS F F, 
Jones M F, 



Santa Rosa 
Vallejo 
Woodbridge 
Woodland 



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Dean Wm H, 
Pander H, 
MANASSE J M, 
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Holton Geo H, 
Mansfield & Wing, 
Morris Samuel, 
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Vaughn), Gilroy 
CILKOY INDEPENDENT (S L 

Maxwell j, 
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G Lewis), Grass Valley 

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Notaries Public. 



Bradbury Jno Y, 
Clark Wm J, 
MAHAN DAVID, 
Wood B J, 
WALSH E, 
Riddell Geo H, 
Urich Wm, 
Farnsworth C C, 
Forrester P A, 
Perkins E E, 
MERRITT M R, 
Wood W B, 
Thornburgh Madison, 
BOURNE GEO J, 
HALLET ANDREWS, 
Dawson Alexander, 
Lawrence Chas A, 
MORGAN D B, 
STOREY W B, 
White E E, 
Goad J W, 
O'Neal James, 
Buckles A J, 
COTTEN J W, 
Hasten A J, 
Earle A R, 
Davidson S B, 
Cunningham John, 
Stoddert Wm, 
Tallmadge Geo E, 
Barrett John H, 
Hall E H, 
DOLLISON J K, 
RANDALL A W, 
Manning C H, 
Jones Thos, 
Wescoatt Jonas, 
Winchell Guerdon, 
Buckner R B, 
Satterwhite T D, 
Kitts Chas W, 
SPENCER W K, 
Vanderhoof John, 
OAKES A G, 
Mpreland W W, 



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Haywards 
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Edwards L B, 
LEE W G, 
Malcolm J, 
May J J, 

McPHEETERS W S, 
OWENS J A, 
SPAGNOLIA D B, 
Dixon J Y, 
Leslie Robert, 
Warner John, 
Hammond J Andrew, 
Church A M, 
LOVE M P H, 
Broughton W W, 
Henning John P, 
Lultges Gustavus, 
Beteher Edward A, 
Bradley J C, 
DUFFICY M C, 
Gorham Chas M, 
HOWSER B W, 
Merrill George, 
Merritt Geo, 
Popert N D, 
Sellon L R, 
Williams John.F, 
Heeser W, 
Smith Wm C, 
BRANCH L C, 
DURNEY JAMES, 
Hewell A, 

Rogers Stimpson P, 
Schell Geo W, 
Watthall L B, 
Preston Richard M, 
Taylor S P, 
Babcock M S, 
BRUCK LOUIS, 
HARTWELL G F, 
Blackner Eli F, 
Caldwell J I, 
GARTHE LEOPOLD, 
LONG W D, 
WALLING J M, 
Hill CSS, 

BENEDICT NEWTON, 
Dusinbury Myron T, 
Hoskins Wm, 
WEBSTER A B, 
LAURENCE D C, 
BURT J M, 
FREER L D, 
Gray John C, 
LEONARD JOHN P, 
Dunn P H, 
Lippitt E S, 
Rodgers J B, 
Shattuck Frank, 
Wickersham Jesse C, 
Stryker P G, 
Fraser Thos, 
Patten T B, 
Donaldson Alexander, 
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Meridian 
Modesto 



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Mountain View 
Mussel Slough 
Napa City 

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Nevada City 



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Oakland 



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Lewis S G, 
Redd Robert C, 
Williamson G A, 
Banks Jerome, 
Garter Chas A, 
Harvey Chas, 
Jones W Henry, 
McCormick James, 
FOX a W, 
8COFIELD H A, 
Smyth Michael, 
Greeve Jas P, 
ALEXANDER D E, 
MANNING ALBERT, 
Sweetser A 0, 
Boren A D, 
Brown John, jr, 
Davenport Noel, 

Good eel 1 , 

Harris W A, 
Lew Isaac H, 
Mitchell V L, 
Shoap T V, 
Swift Amasa, 
Blackstock N, 
Carlton Robert C, 
Bradt*G G, 
Carr C 8, 
Dougherty H H, 
Fickas B A, 
Gregg W 8, jr, 
Hitchcock Geo N, 
Jamison J H 8, 
Keating M, 
Nocll C J, 
O'Neil Patrick, 
Aram Eugene W, 
Baring Samuel W, 
Barnett Robert J, 
Blackford Geo W, 
Bland John C, 
Braty James M, 
Browne J E, 
Calahan John T, 
Hughes W E, 
Johnson Jos W, 
Lovigan Wm G, 
Lowe James R, 
Malone John Y, 
McCuskcr Franklin, 
Newman B, 
Parkhurst W A, 
Sr. v nson H H, 
Veuve W P, 
Wheeler W H, 
Wilcox C F, 
Yoell Geo W, 
■W ri Jas F, 
Heritage J O, 
Whitney J W, 
Dana C W, 
Dillard W B, 
Graves Ernest, 
Harrison M B, 
McConaughy Wm, 



Plymouth 
Porterville 

Red Bluff 



Redding 
Redwood 

Rio Vista 
Riverside 
Sacramento 



San Bernardino 



San Buenaventura 
San Diego 



San Jose 



San Juan 
San Louis Obispo 



Miller T K, 
Wilcoxon J M, 
Butchart J Bruce, 
Carpenter Ezra, 
JASZYNSKY L, 
Barney Chas S, 
Mahon E B, 
Cooper A S, 
Curley Y B, 
Francis W M, 
Franklin W H, 
Gutierrez F N, 
Hatch DP, 
Kincaid J H, 
Piatt John C, 
Stoddard Henry, 
Storke C A, 
Williams J Franklin, 
Y'udart Ylguana, 
DILLEY JAMES S, 
Jenkins G C, 
Thorn E V, 
Cooper Frank, 
Huffman Christian, 
Storey Wm D, 
Thompson Richard, 
Wanzer James 0, 
Williams E L, 
Guiberson — , 
Bond Wm H, 
BURCKH ALTER J, 
Campbell J Tyler, 
Davisson D D, 
Lauglin A D, 
NAGLE F G, 
Temple Rufus A, 
( As SID AY' SAMUEL, 
DORN N A, 
Nichols W P, 
Dawd Isaac L, 
Jenckes B W, 
Allen B B, 
Andrews A R, 
Bullerdick A, 
Mooney J T, 
Hakes O F, 
Wood George, 
Bren Timothy S, 
McNutt Jno F, 
Berry W A, 
Wratten Geo L, 
Galvin E R, 
McNeil W B, 
Rogers Edwin A, 
Rooney J Y, 
Street C L, 
Ames Josiale P, 
Baker M D, 
Brown Geo A, 
BUDD JOHN E, 
Compton H T, 
CUTTING L M, 
DEVOLL H H, 
Fraser P B, 
GIBSON WM M, 



San Luis Obispo 
<« 

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San Mateo 
San Rafael 

Santa Barbara 



Santa Clara 



Santa Cruz 



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Santa Rosa 



Salinas 



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Sawyer's Bar 
Sebastapol 
Shasta 
Shaw's. Flat 
Sierra City 
Sierra Valley 
Sierra ville 
Smarts ville 

Sonoma 

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HOGAN J M, 


Stockton 


STRONG W R <t CO, 


Sacramento 


McCarthy James M, 




Hutchinson Jas, 


Oakland 


MONTGOMERY W S, 




Mitchell S W, 


San Jose 


Morrissey James A, 




Otto & Finkeldey, 


Santa Cruz 


Noble H M, 
Reid Jno C, 


«( 


Officers, 




Rhodes Alonzo, 




(See County Officers ; also State Officers,) 


Webster John H, 
Wilhoit R E, 
WILKES P S, 




Oyster Saloons, 


< i 


(See alsp Restaurants.) 


Coghlan R, 


Suisun 


CRAMER J C, 


Chico 


GILLESPIE GEO A, 




DOOLEY THOMAS, 




Randolph T N, 


Sutter Creek 


Uphoff Hermann, 


Grass Valley 


Merrill S N, 


Tehama 


Boice Jno C, 


Hollister 


Hyde S F, 


Tremont 


MULL E W, 


Marys ville 


Lovejoy J 0, 


Tulare City 


Morris S, 


Napa City 


Ward J F, 


Turlock 


TAM A, 


Nevada City 


CAROTHERS T L, 


Ukiah 


Campbell & Spiars, 


Oakland 


Ammons EE B, 


Vacaville 


Milloslavich L, 




BLACKBUBN H, 


Vallejo 


FIORI P, 


Petaluma 


BBOWNLIE JNO, 


Rainford Joseph, 


Red Bluff 


HUBBS CHAS H, 




Schroder A & B, 




Lawto Job G, 


< i 


ARNOLD M, 


Sacramento 


Steel Wm H, 


it 


Colla Jules P, 




Fowler John H, 


Valley Ford 


Cronin Wm P, 


<< 


Bradley N 0, 


Visalia 


Mauretich Anton 




Brown S C, 




RADONICH M, 




Cross W W, 




Zachia M, 


San Jose 


Crowley John W, 




Eurtin & Nagle, 


•Vallejo 


Johnson James M, 


c< 


Newcomb A E, 




Kir kl and W P, 
Levy Julius, 
Norvell Joseph A, 


< i 
<< 

tc 


Painters. 

(See also Paints, Oils, Glass, etc.) 


O'Bannon C S, 


t ( 


Maher John, 


Alameda 


DAVIS THOS M, 


Watsonville 


HUGHES W B, 


Auburn 


Halstead J L, 




Wood Thos, 


Benicia 


HOLLBROOK L D, 




CALDWELL E F, 


Castroville 


Kittredge A S, 




STUART FRED G, 


Chico 


Lee Julius, 




Breadon James, 


Colusa 


Young Frank W, 


Weaverville 


PARMETER J E, 


Davisville 


Holland Wm, 


Wheatland 


Perry Albert, 


Dutch Flat 


Justis Chas, 




Whittick , 


Elk Grove 


Moody Jas E, 




FERRIER DAVID, 


Eureka 


Young Edward, 


Woodbridge 


PURSER SPENCER, 




Ball Castillo, 


Woodland 


Smiley J C, 


c« 


Frost C S, 




Stocker Max, 


(< 


Lambert John, 




Adams & Phillips, 


Folsom 


Slover , 


Woodville 


Sueder L, 


Georgetown 


McCarton A B, 


Yreka 


INGHAM J & SON, 


Gilroy 


Warren H B, 


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McGill, 


Bayne Richard, 


Yuba City 
<( 


Whitney D S, 




Lee W H, 


MURPHY GEO, 


Grass Valley 


Ray J H, 
Thomas J M, 




Kidd C E, 


Gold Run 


(< 


AKERMAN ALBERT E, 


Haywards 


Wilbur J L, 




Drewry George, 


Wilcoxon C E, 


(< 


Monier W B, 


Healdsburg 


Notions. 




PATTERSON JOHN W, 


Hollister 




SPOONER GEO A, 


lone City 


(See Varieties.) 




Vischer G M, 


Nurserymen, Seedsmen, anil 


Knowlton C B, 
Vanhorn J C, 


Lakeport 
Livermore 


florists. 




Wilson W W, 


Lodi 


BAXTER GEO C, 


Haywards 


ANDREWS S, 


Marysville 
<c 


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Healdsburg 


LANEY & DONNELLY, 


Morgan E, 


Longawa, J, 


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Saul A Depny, 
LOMONT A ELLIOTT, 
ANA VA FELIS, 
Combs Bros, 
HOUGHTON D J, 
Fitzpa trick M, 
Pcarcli Chas, 
Stt.ckford A D, 
Withington G E, 
Ballantyne Wm, 
Bushell E A, 
Fletcher Thos H, 
How J E, 

McGovern A Cahill, 
Oakes A Grcenus, 
Ross John, 
Rutherford C B, 
Sheahan P R, 
Stratemeyer GeoC, 
Turnbull T P, 
Volquardson B, 
Bangle A Chase, 
Kill. J H, 
Hannan J J, 
Fick A, 
Fray H, 
I'' t. rson N, 

MACDONALD DAVID, 
Keating A Corliss, 
Wiswell J A, 
DAWSON E A J, 
MAKTIN J E, 
WHITE A H, 
LEARY D G, 
ALEXANDER A CO, 
Anderson A Berg, 
Calvyn A Chipman, 
Corliss Wm, 
Elworthy F C, 
QUAY JOHN J, 
HOPFE HENRY, 
Jones Thomas, 
Kimber Wm, 
Kropff Wm, 
STONER W P, 
WHITE H O, 
Woods James A, 
BBOWER A DUNHAM, 
HITZ F, 
Nagel John, 
BULLOCH S, 
Burke John, 
Kimball Theo H, 
Willey A Rinaldo, 
BASLER C E, 
Owens H K, 
Winters George, 
sr., T J T, 
Thorn as A Moore, 
Bracket C S, 
Morse A Brown, 
Woods A Patterson, 
WRIGHT M W, 
Burnham A W, 
GADSBY B C, 



Marysville 
Merced 
Modesto 

Monterey 
Napa City 



Nevada City 
Oakland 



East Oakland 



West Oakland 

Oroville I 
Pacheco I 
Petaluma j 

Red Bluff 1 



Redwood City j 
Sacramento 



Salinas 

San Juan 
San Jose 



San Loandro 

San Mateo 
San Rafael 

Santa Clara 



Santa Cruz 



Holtzmann T, Santa Cruz 

Longley Otis A, " 
WILLIAMS S J, 

KIDD JAMES E, Stockton 

WENK THOS B (carriage), 

GOLDEN MARK, Suisun 

FALCONBRIDGE JOSEPH, Truckee 

HEPPARD GEORGE W, 

Keenan M, Ukiah 

Emerson J, Vallejo 

Hodgkins E A, 

RAINES THOMAS, 

Addison J H, Watsonville 

Card W D, Woodland 

Hoernlem Ernest E, " 

Paints, Oils, Glass, Wall Pa- 
pers, Etc. 

(See also Painters; also Druggists.) 
McGRATH J, Colusa 
Foster A J, Grass Valley 

Degener Wm, Hollister 
HARRINGTON E A, Marysville 
Gridley A Co, Napa City 

Henning W F, " 
SIGOURNEY W A, Nevada City 

Cal Tin and Waterproof Paint Co, Oakland 
GARRIGAN J H, 

How J E, " 
Rutherford C B, " 
WHITTIER, FULLER A CO, 
CHADDERDON J L, Sacramento 
KREBS C H, 

WHITTIER, FULLER A CO, 
McKee Geo B A Co, San Jose 

Youngberg C H, " 
Madam A Myers, Santa Clara 

GADSBY B C, Santa Cruz 

McCOY A FLETCHER, Santa Rosa 
BADGER BROTHERS, Stockton 
Sargent H S, 

Patent Agents. 

REDSTONE BROS, Oakland 

Photographers. 

Worthington W D, 
Valleau Geo W, 
Flaglor A P, 
Crawford E L, 
Johnson J B, 
Frye Bros, 
HALSEY H H, 
Bell W A, 
Kay Wallace, 
McINTOSH WILLIAM, 
W r OODS AMOS, 
'TREAT A GRANT, 
Fagersteen Gustavus, 
BROWN WILLIAM, 
Bray ton I G, 
Ferrand Chas, 
RUDOLPH Mrs J F, 
INGERSOLL WILLIAM B, 
MOORE GEORGE, 



Chico 
Colusa 
Eureka 
Georgetown 
Gilroy 
Grass Valley 

Hollister 
Jackson 
Livermore 
Marysville 
Mendocino City 
Merced 
Modesto 
Napa City 

Nevada City 
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Smith J N, Oakland 
STRONG J D, 

Bailev & Cramer, West Oakland 

DO WE L, Petaluma 
Reel J Q, 
ROSS G, 
Gilbert G H, 
Fay & Darbyshire, 
AS HER JULIUS, 
BEALS H S, 
GOVE & ALLEN, 
Reed William, 
Todd J A, 

VAN DIVEER WILLIAM 

Scripture J C, 
Howland B F, 
Macauley John, 
Wing & Chandler, 
Wright W W, 
Lisk J H, 
Schoene H, 
Baldwin JED, 
Butter E P, 
HODSON J R, 
Downing, Rea & Rauseher, 
MILTZ & SWART, 
BATCHELDER B P, 
GENUIT J H, 
Lovewell S J, 
Spooner J Pitcher, 
Gage H K, 
SMITH J G, 
Johnson Chas W J, 
KING J W, 

Physicians* 

Gibbons Wm P, 
Hess A, 

Riehl Frederick, 
MAYON T H, 
Howard J R, 
Parkinson M C, 
Wemple E L, 
Deuel S A, 

SHACKLETON E L, 
Todd T M, 

CHENEY W FITCH, 
Davis G W, 
Hanford F A, 

Henderson Geo T (eclectic) , 
HENDERSON WM (eclectic), 
Mason C C, 
Stansbury 0, 
THRUSTON W, 
Wayland J F, 
Zwisler E H, 
BOGGS J C, 
Coomes A M, 
Smith Q C, 
RHODES E C, 
Adair Chas H (eclectic), 
Bel ton Wm H, 
BUNDY J H (eclectic), 
ROBINSON LUKE, 



Placerville 
Redwood City 
Sacramento 



J, Salinas 
San Andreas 
San Jose 



San Juan 
Santa Clara 
Santa Cruz 



Santa Rosa 
Stockton 



Truckee 
Vallejo 
Watsonville 
Woodland 



Alameda 



Amador City 
Antioch 



Auburn 



Castroville 
Chico 



Cloverdal§ 



Colfax 
Colusa 



Tooley L P, Colusa 
Ford Howard, Davisville 
Gardner M, " 
EVANS GEO H, Dixon 
Pratt A H, 

Norman W A, Dry town 

MARTIN N, Dutch Flat 

TABOR E, 
Wilson M W, 

Kelley G R, - Elk Grove 

Cabaniss Thomas T, Eureka 
FOSTER S B, 
Gates D V, 
GROSS R, 

Manzey H G, " 
Durant F C, Folsom 
Hempell C, " 
HARVEY O, Gait 
Jenks G W, " 
Spencer C G, Georgetown 
FARLEY C K, Gilroy 
Huber D, 
SPRAGUE A, 

COOMBS J L, Grass Valley 

JONES W C, 

Mccormick wm, 
tompkins e a, 
webster l r, 

Cooper J G, Haywards 
Brown Dr & Mrs D M, Healdsburg 
ELY E, 

Forsman J, " 
Gamble AW, 

Piper J J, " 
Rupe S H, 

Sea well & Rupe, " 
Howard L R, Holllster 
NASH F 0, 
Neal H, 

RANKIN ROBERT, 

Bruzie L, lone City 

FREEMAN G W, 
SCHOENEMANN CHAS W, 
Boorman Charles, Jackson 
Sharp William, " 
THORNTON P H, Lakeport 
Freuholtz E, Latrobe 
CUTTLER L H, Livermore 
Jarre tt G B, " 
TAYLOR W S, 

WILLIAMSON C V, Lodi 

Bernett H, Martinez 

Carothers J H, " 

Caldwell A B, Marysville 

Harrington C C, " 

HEMPSTEAD & SAVAGE, 

McDaniel R H, " 

Rogers S J S, " 

FORRIST J M, Mendocino 

McCORMACK W A, 

STEINBERGER CM, 

Ward W W, Merced 

WASHINGTON & RUCKER, 

JACKSON J S, Modesto 

MARTIN R P, 



For the Very Best Photographs go to Bradley & Rulofson, 429 Montgomery st S. F. 



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CLASSIFIED. 







MtLEAN S M Modesto 
DlCHBBNE K A M, Mokelumne Hill 
H \ I -SELL J R, Monterey 
CokMB F W, Napa City 

Dinsmore J P (homeopathic), " 
Goodwin F, " 

H,,-r, t ler , 

Leach W H, 

POND M B, 

SliurtU ff B, 

STILLWAGON WW, 

Bobo C D, Nerada City 

CHARLES E W, 

B I NT R M, 

VALENTINE HENRY W, 
VOX BUELOW FREDERICK, 
BERBY JL, Nortonville 
BOZSAfi H, 

Agard A H, Oakland 
Adams J S, ** 
BABCOCK H P, 

Baldwin, Reilay & Bradway, M 
Barber E T, 

Cuahing Clinton, " 
Behler , 

Foulkes Jas F, " 

Legler — — , " 

Mauzv R D & W P, 

Orr 8 L, 

Ki r W H, 

K I rtson H D, 

Rudolph S F (homeopathic), " 
Rosenk G, 

Seaton J H, «« 
Selfridge Jas M, 

Sherman Geo E, " 
Stone Mrs E P, 
Van Wyck, 

Verhave A, " 
Warren OP, 
Webb J W, 
Woodl R, 
WOOLSEY EH, 

Stanford W, East Oakland 

Fish M W, 

Lawlor Wm M, " 

Addingion D C, West Oakland 

Bolton W, 

Boush y J, " 
AchuflF J N, Oroville 
DAWSON J A, 

J* nkins T J, " 
McDermott Wm P, 
Miller P B M, 

Garp Qter W W, Petaluma 
Christie J B, " 
GILDERSLEEVE F V B, 
Harding Mrs E J, V 
SHEPHERD J S, 

Enkfl S W, Placerville 
Stimpson S F, " 
Worthen H W A, 

MARK I N, Pleasanton 
Wood E P. 

Lfebrich E F, Plymouth 



Redwood City 
Sacramento 



Cameron J S, Red Bluff 

Grav , " 

Olendorf WD, " 
Westlake G W, 
Kirkpatrick C A, 
BALDWIN W H, 
BRIGGS H H, 
BURNS J A. 
CHAPIN S F, 
CLAYTON M F, 
Cluness W R, 

COOKSLEY H J (Oculist), 
Dixon G M, 
FISHER C H, 
Glissmann C, 

Harkness R D (homeopathic) , 
Hatch F W, 
HATCH F W Jk, 
I HUGHSON W A (homeopathic) 
MOLZ JACOB (homeopathic), 
MONTGOMERY JOSEPH F, 
Nelson H W, 
NIXON A B, 
Oatman Ira E, 
Phelan J G, 
Simmons G L, 
SNIDER T A, 
Thomas S P, 
Tvrrell G G, 
VOELLER HERMAN, 
White G A, 
ABBOTT E K, 
Gillett J S, 
TRIMMER O S, 
TUTTLE H P, 
ROBERTSON E B, 
Anderson Robt, 
BARROWS G S, 

Brown J M, ** 

BROWN SARAH E, 

COCHRANE A H, 

CORY A J, 

Cory & Kelley, 

COX J BRADFORD, 

Coy Fy, 

Hovet Henry, " 
KIBBE R W (magnetic), " 
Lusson P M, " 
McMahon A, " 
McMahon MS, 
POTTS J S, 
Putney CM, 

Reine , " 

Scott John D, 
SHULTZ J H (eclectic), 
Snell & Bentley, 
THORNE & CALDWELL, 

Turner , " 

WARREN ANNA, 
"WATSON C P V, 

Cargill C G, San Juan 

Coleman C S, San Leandro 

DuBoisAS, 

Goodspeed I R, San Mateo 

1 Clark J K, San Rafael 



Salinas 



San Andreas 
San Jose 



Barest selections of Jewelry, Watches, etc., in the State at H. Wachhorst's, 79 J st. Sac. 



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CLASSIFIED. 





Gillett Mrs E A, 
Taliaferro A, 
Bentley G J, 
Brilloska Mrs A, 
Saxe A W, 
Warburton H H, 

Anderson , 

BAILEY F E, 

CANNEY F E Jr (homeopathic), 
Clark Samuel, 
Fa gen P B, 
Fitch Geo L, 
Hoag M C, 
Holmes S, 
Ingraham E H, 
Cowell J M (homeopathic) 
Gordon J B, 

McAnally , 

Smith B P, 
Thompson C H, 
Young B S, 
Riddle J R, 
Browne W T, 
CROSS LESTER E, 
ELLIOT, L, WESTFALL (homeo- 
pathic) , 
FAIRBROTHER GEO W, 
Hudson A T, 
LANGDON & CLARK, 
Langdon W R, 
Reid Robt K, 
Ruggles Chas A, 
SHURTLEFF G A, 
Sposati N, 
STOCKTON E A, 
Todd F W, 

WILLIAMS , (Chinese), 



San Rafael 



Santa Clara 



Santa Cruz 



Santa Rosa 



Somersville 
Stockton 



GETTIER C P, 
Pressley James F, 
VANCE J M, 
BROWN C Y, 
Giles J H, 
Sharp W, 
Curless Wm, 
Goss R J, 
Barnes T L, 
Dozier Barton, 
Michel Wm M, 
Payvan S, 
Frisbie L C, 
Porter S, 
Fine A, 
Ireland L, 
MARTIN E J, 
PUTNAM A C, 
Rodgers W D, 
Dayton Eli, 
Trafton A, 

ARNOLD RAWDON, 
Jackson Geo H, 
Parramore E L, 
Ross Thomas, 
Cannon J G, 
Dobbins & Ferguson, 
HAMLIN N S, 



Suisun 



Sutter Creek 



Truckee 



Ukiah 



Vallejo 
Watsonville 



Woodbridge 



Woodland 



Yuba City 



Pianos and Organs. 

(See Music and Musical Instruments.) 
Pictures and Picture Frames. 

(See also Varieties.) 
Lotka & Zalud, Oakland 
LUTZ & BERG, 
Perry S A & Co, 

SOVEREIGN G W, Oroville 
Elliott O, Sacramento 
Mansfield & Schwamb, " 
Holmes & Alexander, San Jose 

NORTON S S Jr, 

Planing Mills. 

RINEHART, BRYAN & COOK, Chico 
BEANE J R, Dixon 
Hill B &■ Bro, • Elk Grove 

BRUNSTETER P, Grass Valley 

Howard & Co, Healdsburg 
Swain & Morey, Hollister 
KELLY A S, Jackson 
Peffer John, Marysville 
Swain & Hudson, " 
Isaacs Geo E, Merced 
GILCHRIST IRA, Napa City 

HUGHES GEO M, Nevada City 

Barnes H W, Oakland 
BLETHEN & TERRY, 
Burnham, Standiford & Co, " 
Power & Ough, East Oakland 

SPARKS M T & CO, Oroville 
CENTENNIAL, Petaluma 
Nay L G & Co, 

Hartwell, Hotchkiss & Stalker, Sacramento 
PEARSON, AMSDEN & BURNETT, " 



Allan, Grover & Co, 
Grant Geo T, 
Valentine W P, 
Ellsworth & Washburn, 
White & Thomas, 
Barnes D G & Co, 
CHALMERS A B, 
Jackson Byron, 

Plumbers and 

Babcock & Douglas, 
BECHT GEO J, 
Dalziel & Moller, 
Gemmell A, 
McDonald J A, 
O'Shea J J, 
Spencer Jno, 
Kirk O C, 

Schimmelpfennig F, jr, 
Myers A H, 
Horton Henry, 
JAMIESON P B, 
BUSH BROS, 
DAVIS & SMITH, 
Fitzsimmons P, 
GLEASON J J, 
GUTHRIE BROS, 
Hoyt W H, 
SMITH A M, 



Santa Cruz 



Stockton 

Vallejo 
Watsonville 
Woodville 

Gasfitters. 

Oakland 



East Oakland 

West Oakland 
Redwood City 

Sacramento 



Philadelphia Medal to Bradley & Rulofson for the Best Photographs in the World. 



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CALIFORNIA. 



PFJ 



209 



CLASSIFIED. 



CLARKE WM, Salinas 

Hagan Jas, San Jose 

Holden Nicholas, »' 
Wilson EG, 

Wiasman F C, M 

Yocco & Behrendt, ** 

Warren E, San Matep 

Kendall A Saunders, San Rafael 
LA MOTTE ADOLPHE, 

TAIT ft HENDERSON, Santa Cruz 

Creighton Thos, Santa Rosa 

Morrow Bros, " 

BROWN P T, Stockton 

IN) *>l masters. 

BARBER A S, Alameda 

(I.AUKJW, Encinul 

W. il H, Amador City 
Phillips ft Baker (Postoffice), Antioch 



WILLIS S W, 
Israel I J, 
McDON'ELL A. 
JOHNSON ISRAEL, 
HILDRETH L A, 
Rhine Chas, 
I.inville J A, 
Traphagen N R D, 
Jones J H, 
BACON S, 
Marden W H, 
COLBURN Mrs A F, 
SMART D E, 
Axe Fred, 
Shepherd B F, 
Briggs — , 
SHADE T E P, 
SVKES JOHN I, 
HAYWARD WM, 
Yost Thos, 
McMURRY J W, 
Meek C M, 
Anderson John, 
Mast C L, 
Adams A J, 
McLeod A J, 
Beckwith Byron D, 
James O F, 
Eastman J F, . 
BATES SAMUEL C, 
Swain Bros (Postoffice), 
PEEK WM P, 
Gomez Felipe, 
Rowland J H, 
HASKINS H H, 
Tingman Wm J, 
Benton J E, 

Sr. n re ,fc Colhy (Postoffice) 
BAKER H Y. 
SMITH JOHN J, 
MORSE A, 
Lowry A J, 
Pinknry Micajah, 
Edmondson & Lewis, 
Bahney W H, 
Frisbie Will, 



Auburn 
Bantas 
Benicia 
Ca^A-ilh- 
Chico 
Clayton 
Cloverdale 
Colfax 
Colusa 
Concord 
Davisville 
Dixon 
Dutch Flat 
Eureka 
Georgetown 
Gilroy 
Gold Run 
Grass Valley 
Havwards 
Hollister 
lone City 
Jackson 
Kanawha 
Lakeport 
Latrobe 
Livermore 
Lodi 
Martinez 
Marysville 
Merced 
Modesto 
Mokelumne Hill 
Monterey 
Napa City 
Nevada City 
Nortonville 
Oakland 
East Oakland 
West Oakland 
Oroville 
Petaluma 
Placerville 
Pleasanton 
Plymouth 
Red Bluff 
Redwood 



I Hopping Wm C, 
McDougall J H, 
ALLEN H G, 
Clark E A, 
Whitney J W, 
Nabb R C, 
Goodspecd J R, 
Pratt F H, 
Brazer J, 
Temple Rufus A, 
Scamman G H, 
CAVIS J M, 
PALMER S G, 
Dennis J, 
GREELEY JOHN 

! Thompson A W, 
Wright M J, 

| CUMMINGS C 0, 
PHELPH F F, 
Walker Louis, 
Ellington Wm, 



Sacramento 
Salinas 
San Andreas 
San Jose 
San Juan 
San Leandro 
San Mateo 
San Rafael 
Santa Cruz 
Santa Rosa 
Somer sville 
Stockton 
Suisun 
Sutter Creek 
Truckee 
Ukiah 
Yallejo 
Watsonville 
Woodbridge 
Woodland 
Yuba Citv 



Potteries. 

NICHOLSON ISAAC, Antioch 
CALIFORNIA POTTERY AND 

TERRA COTTA, Oakland 
GLADDING, McBEAN & CO, 
PACIFIC POTTERY, 
Brannan Daniel, East Oakland 

Bundock & Bros, " 
MILLER & WINSOR, 

Poultry. 

Fugett Richard, Gait 

BEAVEN & DODGE, Healdsburg 

CASEY BROS, Marvsville 
CUMBERSON A J, 

Pender & Smith, " 

OSRORN BROS, Merced 

ROWELL & CO, Napa City 

Bell J K, Oakland 

Crosley J 8, " 
SCOTT C H, 

( ASTRO JOSEPH, Sacramento 

COOPER GEORGE, 

Cummings C, M 

Debernardi D, " 

Meyer Paul, " 

BOBBINS J M, 

WILSON & DEXHALTER, 

BURY GEORGE, . San Jose 

Moloney John, " 

Levy T J, Stockton 

Morris H & Co, " 

SMITH E B & CO, 



Printers. 

(See also Newspapers.) 



GORDON F D, 
Butler & Bowman, 
Daniels & Porter, 
DeFORREST & CO, 
White J E, 

CROCKER H S & CO, 
Globe Printing Co, 



Marysville 
Oakland 



Sacramento 



Magnificent assortment of Chains, Chatelains, Guards, etc., at H. Wachhorst's, J st 



Daily Evening Post, S.F., a First-class Family Paper; characterized by Freshness & Vigor. 



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REA 



CLASSIFIED. 



RIVETT A & E, 



Sacramento 



THOMPSON FRANK P (State), 
WEAVER HA, 

Cottle & Wright, San Jose 

BERDINE D H, Stockton 
ESHBACH HENRY, 

Produce— Wholesale. 

(See also Fruits and Vegetables.) 
BREWER M T & CO, Sacramento 
CUMMINGS A H & CO, 
Gregory J, " 
Hammer & Keber, f t 

LEE W H H & CO, 
LYON & BARNES, 

Neubourg & Lages, " 
STRONG W R & CO, 

Provisions. 

(See Grocers.) 

Railroad Agents. 



Jefferson Miss M S, 
BETTS J, 

WILLMENT GEORGE, 
Wood Royal, jr, 
Snedaker E H, 
Sprague F A, 
Lobner Morris, 
BASSETT CHARLES W, 
Disque Henry & Co, 
Maxwell Jno C, 
Kinnev Joseph, 
TINKER D B, 
HORNBACK CHAS, 
Davison A N, 
Rogers Hiram, 
Kerns Jno, 
BERRY F T, 
DUDEN C W, 
Mitchel J L, 
Koppikus D W, 
Baird Geo H, 
Chichester J H, 
HOLTHAM WM, 
FORBES R S, 
Hartwell Wm, 
TULLY N C, 
Callisch F E, 
WILCOX C H, 
Johnson A, 
Holm & Abraham, 
LONG E H, 
BOYDSTON U A, 
Taylor G W, 
MOODY GEO, 
Gates M E, 
Johnson Josiah, 
Talbot John, 
Austin A M, 
KING J B, 
Powell H C, 
JA8ZYNSKY L, 
Polhcmus H D, 
Garratt R M, 



Alameda 
Alta 
Auburn 
Bantas 
Castroville 
Chico 
Colfax 
Davisville 
Dutch Flat 
Fairfield 
Folsom 
Gait 
Gilroy 
Gold Run 
Haywards 
Hollister 
Lathrop 
Latrobe 
Livermore 
Lodi 
Marysville 
Merced 
Modesto 
Monterey 
Napa City 
Nevada City 
East Oakland 
Oroville 
Pajaro 
Petaluma 

Pleasanton 
Red Bluff 
Redwood 
Sacramento 



Salinas 

San Leandro 
Sau Mateo 
San Rafael 
Santa Cruz 



Logan George E, 
Curtis C W, 
HENDERSON C 
Myrick R L, 
Champion Frank, 
Rowland H, 
Williams A L, 
Williams John, 
Valentine E, 



Santa Cruz 
Stockton 



Truckee 
Vallejo 

Watsonville 
Woodland 



Real Estate Agents. 

CLARK J W, Alameda 
McKee J W, 
McNeil George, 

ROBINSON & SCHROEDER, 



Field & Phillips, 
Shipley R J, 
DeJARNATT J B, 
Hagar Geo, 
Hart Jack, 

DOLLISON & DART, 
RANDALL A W, 
Watson John A, 
HOWARD VOLNEY, 
OLLASON SINCLAIR, 
Edwards, Land & Hayes, 
BOGGS WM M, 
Easterby A Y, 
MOUNT T N, 
Sterling & Thompson, 
BENEDICT & AYER, 
Bigelow E, 
Bigelow T B, 
Case E, 

CENTRAL LAND CO, 
Dam & Co, 
Doe Luke, 
Gardiner J J, 
Gladding & Surryhne, 
GOTCHET & CO, 
Guernsey A A & Co, 
JORDAN WM H, 
Kelly E J, 

KOENIG & BRINCKMANN, 
MARSTON & ADAMS, 
MATHER, MILBURY & CO, 
MEADS S P, 
Olney & Co, 

REAL ESTATE UNION, 
Rowell W K, 
Smith G E, 
Snyder A J, 
Todd, Dye & Co, 
Warner & Brown, 
Wetmore J L & Co, 
WOODWARD & TAGGART, 
WEBSTER A B, 
Bolton W, 
DODGE CHAS F, 
Fraser Thomas, 
CRANDALL C G, 
CADWALADER EDW, 
COLEMAN W P, 
Dray F R, 
Felch W C, 



Cloverdale 



Colusa 



Eureka 



Gilroy 
Haywards 
Hollister 
Napa City 



Oakland 



East Oakland 
West Oakland 

Placerville 
Red Bluff 
Sacramento 



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RE A 



CALIFORNIA. 

CLASSIFIED. 



RES 



211 



HUTCHINGS J A, Sacramento 

Johnston D, " 

McCLELLAN W B, 

POORMAN SAMUEL, 

ROSS A SIMMONS, 

SWTETSER A ALSIP, 

Taylor Ed F, 

Wetzlar Julius, " 
WYMAN CHAS H, 

CASSIDAY SAMUEL, Salinas 
Winham W P L, 

R. 11 John, San Jose 

BLAND J C, 

BORING A McMILLIN, 

BRADLEE A BRALY, 

Clavton J;is A, " 

Hi iisley C B, 

Murphy D, " 
Parkhurst W A, " 
Piatt A Ross, 
PORTER A MANLEY, 
R.< .1 it W. Mi. 

Rncker A Brown, M 
Shane A Belknap, " 
Spencer A Covell, " 
Thorn E V, 

VINNEDGE A POWELL, 
Wheeler W H, 
Barney Chas S, 
MILLER WM J, 
DILLEY JAMES, 
HOFFMAN A HINDS, 
Jackson E J A Co, 
SMITH A DeWOLF, 
WANZER JAMES, 
Maroon UK. 
Proctor A Mathews, 
A J I : VMSKV M L, 
Baker M D, 
CLAYES A LYON, 
CUTTING L M, 
DEVOLL H H, 
DOHRMANN CHAS W, 
McCarthy James M, " 
Nye ST, 

Rhodes Alonzo, " 
8EVERY MOSES, 
WE HER CHAS-M, 

MORSE J B, Ukiah 
BTL ii KM AN H, Vallejo 
DUNCAN J K, 
LOYALL R B, 
Sawyer EH, 
Snow H H 

YAI.KEJO LAND AND IMPROVE- 
MENT CO, 
Wilson G W 

Fiske Geo D, Woodland 
Restaurants. 

(See also Oyster Saloons.) 
i:\UOTEAU AUGUSTE, Alameda 
BTOLZE A STURM, 

Taylor Mrs, Antioch 
Adrian Mrs A, Auburn 



San Rafael 

Santa Clara 
Santa Cruz 



Santa Rosa 
<< 

Stockton 



Liniger John, 
SHAY Mrs E, 
Wilson O H, 
Dalton S W, 
QUINBY A 0, 
CURLEY A MAHON, 
FARRELL WILLIAM, 
Carpenito Louis, 
Entremont A Co, 
LINDSTEDT A H, 
Gall John J, 
Madronick F A Co, 
MORRISON WM S, 
Peterson A Hogan, 
Saw telle A L, 
VESELICH S A CO, 
DALL M, 
Atchinson A J, 
Schwartz D, 
Cupich Nick, 

MOCOZANI A L AGRA YE, 

MORROW JOHN, 

SHORT S S, 

SEEBA C F, 

Pann John, 

Rover A A Co, 

Smith Mrs C, 

GEILER ANTON, 

II VASE FRED, 

Brav A, 

Willev Mrs C H, 
BASTIAN GEO, 
Bragdon E P, 
Edwards E P, 
BROCKELMANN ERNST, 



BROCKELMANN A REYNAUD, 



Auburn 

Bantas 
Benicia 
Chico 
Colfax 

Colusa 

Dutch Flat 
Eureka 



Folsom 
Gait 1 
Georgetown 
Gilroy i 



Grass Valley 
Haywards 
Hollister 

t < 

lone City 
<< 

Lakeport 

Livermore 

Martinez 
Marysville 



WILSON W T, 
PACKER E A, 
Rolfe Nelson, 
Wren Samuel, 
HUSBAND D S, 
MERRY L, 
Meyer F, 
Eglin Eugene, 
Nichols J M, 
Allen Mrs C, 
Montell Oscar D, 
Campbell A Spiars, 
DONAHUE B J, 
Furniss Miles, 
Marques J, 
MILEY A LAAGE, 
Morse M G, 
Nicholl House, 
PAGGE P A L, 
PARMELAND F, 
PETERSEN A RASMUSSEN, 
Ffister J R, 
Rieble Jacob, 
Schaefer A Welti, 
Williams N, 
Gaspard F, 
Mofntt James, 
RODRIGUES JOSE 
Henninger John, 



Mendocino 
Merced 



Modesto 
n 

Mokelumne Hill 
Napa City 

Nevada City 

Oakland 



East 



West 



Gold-Headed Canes, Sleeve A Collar-Buttons, Precious Stones, etc., at Wachhorst's, 79 J 



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SEA 



West Oakland 



Oroville 
Petaluma 

Placerville 
Pleasanton 
Red Bluff 



Redwood 
Sacramento 



Morehead Jas T, 
Rudolph G R, 
JACKS Mrs A L, 
Codov A, 

SOLD ATE & CEREGHINO 
Chase & Alderson, 
Wood G B, 

RAINFORD JOSEPH, 
ROBINSON HENRY, 
ROBINSON WM K, 
McKeever Geo, 
Cronin Win P, 
Cunningham & Bates, 
DIETERICH & WIEDEMANN, 
Eppelein Albert, 
FAY Miss ANNA, 
HAMANN C H, 
HENDERSON A G, 
JENKINS Mrs AMELIA, 
LARNEY FRANK, 
MAINA MARCO, 
Mauretich Anton, 
MUND & DUFFY, 
PETERSON W F, 
QUANCHI & SIMONI, 
Ryan Mathew, 
SCHNEIDER & ANKELE, 
Steinman Bernard, 
WYATT SAMUEL, 
DREUX EDWARD, 
EARNS WOR TH & WRIGHT, 
HUBERT CHAS, 
Riboli Anton, 
WATSON H, 
BE JASSON JOSEPH, 
DELLING ERICH, 
FRANCISCOVICH JOHN, 
Glinbetich J, 
Glinbetich N, 
Glinbetich M, 
Maca Leandra, 
MILASICH ANTONIO, 
Suzzallo P, 
Martin Joseph, 
Claudianos Peter, 
Cioss Wm, 
Sahlberg F & Bro, 
DECARLEY VICTOR & CO, 
Ellison Daniel, 
Brendel & Volz, 
Davis McKenzie, 
Anderson N, 
DIAZ ALE JO, 
DRASCOVICH N & CO, 
GIVANOVICH & GIMBEL, 
Johnson H, " 
Kennedy Thomas, " 
NICHOLS GEORGE, 
.SCALERANDI & FRANCISCOVICH, » 
Vizelich Nicholas, " 
HEINZ C & CO, Truekee 
SHOEMAKER W A, Ukiah 
CRANE JNO T D, Vallejo 
Morgan A, " 
Canfleld Horace, Watsonville 



Salinas 



San Andreas 
San Juan 
San Jose 



San Leandro 
San Rafael 

Santa Clara 
Santa Cruz 

Santa Rosa 

Stockton 



MARDOCCO PETER, 
Davidson M, 
Winchell Mrs Mary, 

Roofers— Metal. 

(See also Tinners.) 



Watsonville 
Woodland 



Luft H, 

LAWSON POWELL S, 
LAUFKOTTER BROS, 



Sacramento 



Saddlers and flarnessmakers. 

(See Harnessmakers and Saddlers ) 

Saddles and Harness. 

(See Harness and Saddlery.) 
Safes. 

WILLIAMS W G, Sacramento 

Saloons. 

(See Liquoi'S.) 



Schools. 



St 



Mary's School of the Pacific 
(Bishop Wingfield) , Benicia 
PRATT A L (Teacher), Clayton 
Humboldt Academy, Eureka 
Livermore College (J D Smith) , Livermore 
College of Notre Dame (Sister Mary 

Beatrix) , Marys ville 

Napa City Institute (Rev L L 

Rogers), ' _ Napa City 

Commercial College (W H Eaton), 

Oakland 

Degen Geo F, 

Golden Gate Academy (Haskins & 
Kellogg), 

Mills Seminary (for young ladies), " 
McClure's Military Academy, " 
Taylor D C (Business) , " 
Conklin E B A M (Academy) , Placerville 
ATKINSON E C (Business College) , 

Sacramento 
HOWE E P (Howe's High School), " 
Hunt W S (Young Ladies' Seminary), " 
PERRY Mrs HERMON (Sacramento 

Seminary), " 
Academy of Holy Cross, Sisters of 

Charity, Santa Cruz 

Garden City Commercial College, San Jose 
Jones Geo N (Normal), Santa Rosa 

ACADEMY. OF ST AGNES (Sister 

MRaymonda), Stockton 
STOCKTON BUSINESS COLLEGE 

(Atkinson & Clarke) , " 
Tripp's Institute of Penmanship 

(WH Tripp), Vallejo 

Searchers of Records. 

DeJARNATT J B, Colusa 

Bradley J C, Marysville 

BRANCH L C, Modesto 

BRUCK LOUIS. Napa Citv 

GARTHE LEOPOLD, Nevada City 

LEONARD JOHN P, Oroville 



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CROSS SAMUEL, 
Freeman A C, 
PABKSB W M R, 
Colahau Wm J, 
H.>\v< s Samuel P, 
Bond Wm H, 
NAGLE F O, 
Wilhoit R E, 
HATHAWAY E E, 



Sacramento 

Salinas 
San Jose 

Santa Rosa 

Stockton 
Suisun 



Withington & Bagley, 
Baldridge E S, 



Sacramento 
Santa Rosa 



Soda Water Manufacturers. 



TREAD WELL A GAROUTTE, Woodville 
Necdsmen. 

(See Nnrserymen, Seedsmen and Florists.) 
Sowing Machine Agents. 

J ' l ANETT Mrs J G, Chico 
EDWARDS Mrs M R, 
REISTER L A (Singer), 
MoGBATH Mrs M (Weed), Colnsa 
DAVIS ,V HORN, Eureka 
(i-ry Hn J Hi Gilroy 
BURNIE A (sew'g mach's) , Grass Valley 
WELLS G F, Mendocino City 

HANSON H P, Modesto 
BBON80N & HAGAR (New Amer- 

n an) , Oakland 
Bruce S A (Howe), " 
Davis P E, 

Mauvais Zeno (Florence), " 
Naistnith Geo S (Wilson), " 
PRATT K B. 
TAY JOHN I, 

AUmond Geo (Florence), Sacramento 
DAVID E (Wheeler A Wilson), 
Lee R E (New American), 
PALMER E B (Singer), 
Bigelow A I'lripp (Davis,) San Jose 

I,, land W W, 

Perkins A C (Singer), " 
SALISBURY B J (Howe, Home & 
H:,nie Shuttle), " 

Woin f w. 
Worta M H, 
Dt voll p H, Santa Cruz 

Carr CM (Singer), Stockton 
Forbes Chas M (Howe) , " 
Hi^^insA- Lnomia (Wheeler & Wilson) , " 
GRAHAM WM (Florence & White), " 

Shirt Manufacturers. 

EDWARDS Mrs M R, Chico 

Wichelhausen H, Oakland 

DUFF JOHN, San Jose 

Wolff F W, * 

Shoemakers. 

(See Bootmakers.) 
Silver Platers. 



FISK A GILL, 



Sacramento 



Soup Manufacturers. 

Parsons A Co, Healdsburg 
NAPA SOAP WORKS (Kane A 

Ba rn< Napa City 

PETALUMA SOAP WORKS, Petaluma 



Chico 
Li verm ore 
Marysville 
Mokelumne Hill 
Oakland 

Oroville 
(Capitol 

Petaluma 
Placerville 
Sacramento 

Santa Clara 



Stockton 
Ukiah 
Vallejo 



BLOOD A F, 
WALLIS % CO, 
Belding L, 

WERLE A ALBRIGHT 
Bliven & Taylor, 
STIMPSON JAMES T, 
HIGGINS E, 
CONNOLLY B F & CO 

Soda Works), 
Pearson J McF, 
BILLINGS E L & CO, 
Caduc P (Napa) , 
Mills L R, 

SANTA ( LARA SODA WORKS, 
Belding Charles, 
Witter D, 

0' GRADY & McDERMOTT, 
Stables. 
(See Livery Stables.) 
Stage Lines. 

Israel W C, 
PINNICUM J D, 
GETZ M, 

COLUSA STAGE CO, 
MILLER W A CO, 
HENDERSON F B, 
Bordwell J R, 
FAIRFIELD C C, 
Miller, Sweasey A Co, 
Lewis A Houchins, 
Smith William, 
Paine John, « 
BURNETT WILLIAM F, 
EVANS ELLIS, 
CLARK & CARR, 
SPENCER J E, 
Green Warren, 
Hogan J & Co, 
McCLENATHAN M & CO, 
WASHBURN, CHAPMAN & 
Ross Frank H, 
CLIFFORD G B, 
FINNICUM J D, 
STEPHENS T R, 
Flint, Bixly & Co, 
BEGAN M .L, 
Zanetta F, 
JASZYNSKY L, 
Taft & Garrctson, 
OlMford A Murphy, 
Forse W r H, 
RadciitfJO, 

Stair Builders. 

Sutherland W H, Sacramento 
PLUMER W P, Stockton 
State Officers. 

Irwin William, Governor, Sacramento 
Johnson J A, Lt-Governor, " 



Bantas 
Chico 
Cloverdale 
Colusa 

Drytown 
Dutch Flat 
Eureka 

Georgetown 

Gilroy 
Hollister 
Jackson 
Lakeport 
Lodi 
Marysville 

Merced 

CO, 

Modesto 
Napa City 
Oroville 
Placerville 
San Juan 



San Mateo 



Santa Rosa 
Ukiah 



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Brown W B C, Controller, 

Estudillo J G, State Treasurer, " 

Walsh P ¥, Adjutant General, " 

Minis William, Surveyor General, " 

CRAVENS R O, Librarian, 

CARR EZRA S, Supt Pub Instruct'n, « 

Wallace W T, Chief Justice, 

Crockett J B : Associate Justice, " 

McKiustry E W, " " " 

NilesAC, 

Rhodes A S, " " " 

Woolf D B, Clerk Supreme Court, 

Stationery. 

(See Books and Stationery ; see also 
Varieties.) 

«• 

Stoves and Tinware. 

(See also Tinners.) 
Wright G C, Antioch 
FOUGERON A, Auburn 
Longley A H, Castroville 
Newman J F, Chico 
REILLY & HUBBARD, • 
STILSON C L & CO, 
Haupt Julius, Cloverdale 
McGRATH J, Colusa 
MITCHELL H, 
WELSH P J, 

NORTH J C, Dixon 
SCHIRMER CHARLES, 
Longenecker A J, Elk Grove 

DAVIS & HORN, Eureka 
Johnston W H, " 
Ohmann I, " 
Anderson J G, Gilroy 
Robinson Amos, " 
Beverton S (agt) , Grass Valley 

FISHER SAMUEL, 

Linekin Leander, Haywards 
Mack H H, 

Anderson J G, Hollister 
Snibley H, " 
Fox Wm H, lone City 

Morgan Bros, Martinez 
ROSS E C, . Marysville 
SCHWARTZ CHAS, 
WHITE, COOLEY & CUTTS, 
POTTER E W, Mendocino 
BEARWALD HENRY, Merced 
KOCHER JACOB, 

Chapman J J, Modesto 
CORNISH E. 

Kimball Edwin, Napa City 

STONE & BAKER, 

JOHNSTON W J, Nevada City 

TURNER GEO E, 

Dalziel James, Oakland 
De LaMONTANYA M, 
GEMMELL A, West Oakland 

Bullock J C, 

Brock J M, Oroville 
GRAY JAMES C, 

BARNES A W, Petaluma 



Buckius J J, Petaluma 
SCHLOSSER T C, 

Pinkney Micajah, Pleasanton 
MAYHEW G H, Red Bluff 

VOLUNTINE & MANASSE, 
Fitch James, Redwood 
HORTON HENRY, 

DAVIS & SMITH, Sacramento 
Holbrook, Merrill & Co, 
JACKSON S J & J V M, 
KELLOGG LEONARD, 
LAUFKOTTER WM, 
LEWIS L L & GO, 
LLOYD ANDREW, 
MOTT E B Jb, 

Swinerton Geo H, " 
VAN EVERY H, 

Weimann D & Son, " 
Webster & Schafer, Salinas 
CAMPBELL C E, San Jose 

KLEIN F, 

McNamara T, " 
Stock John, " 
ANDERSON JOHN, San Juan 

Weber J S, San Mateo 

ELLIOTT S A, Santa Clara 

WENZEL R, 

Batter sby John, Santa Cruz 

HEATH C H & R T, 
WILLIAMS R, 

Morrow Bros, Santa Rosa 

ERNEST C G, Stockton 
HICKMAN L M, 
JACKSON JOHN, 
MILLS JAMES F, 

Rowe Robert, " 
RHUL FRED A, 

Kerns J W, Suisun 
RICE THOS B, 

Calloway & Nickerson, Sutter Creek 

Stevens F P, Truckee 
Brunner F, Ukiah 
Elder F D, Vallejo 
Walsh PR, 
Wright M J, 

Cox J F & Co, Watsonville 
FREIERMUTH G A 

Hall F M, Woodland 
Morin CD, " 
Moncur 0, Yuba City 

Straw Works. 

Ingram H, ■ Oakland 
Eastman & Small, San Jose 

Surveyors. 

(See also among County Officers.) 

EDDY R (U S Depty) , Antioch 

Finley C W, Auburn 

Doyle J M, Colusa 

DeLanza F, Hollister 

Sanford H H, Marysville 

Robinson R B, Modesta 

DeWOODY F J (U S Depy), Napa City 
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Throckmorton S R, jr, 
Mill, r F R, 
SEYMOUR CHAS H, 
SMITH PALMER, 
Arnold T J, 
Castro L, 
King M G, 
Recter P C, 
McGANN JAMES, 
Anderson James M (US 
SHACKELFORD H B, 
Cloud J J, 
Rav J R, 
Winn A G, 
COX St JOHN, 



Napa City 
Nevada City 



Oakland 



Oroville 
Depy) , Placerville 
Bed Bluff 
Redwood 
Sacramento 

Salinas 



Garber J H, 




BENNETT M V, 


Santa Cruz 


Wright T W, 




H I. KKMANN BROS, 


San Jose 


Pirprr John H, 




Cox Arthur L, 


Santa Rosa 


Davis & Cox, 




Eliason W A, 




Eunn.r B F, 


< < 


McClellan H G, 




Storage. 




(See Warehouses.) 


Tailors. 




(See also Merchant Tailors.) 


Smith J S, 


Alameda 


Frieo F, 


Amador City 


Wild C, 


Antioch 


WALSH E, 


Auburn 


Waterland Wm, 


Chico 


MAG LIRE JOHN, 


Colusa 


Steinberg Carl, 


Dixon 


Cohn P, 


Gilroy 


Fogerty B, 


Grass Valley 


Bulber E, 


Hay wards 


Czavncki Francis, 


JACOBS A, 


Healdsburg 


BTAAB H E, 


Lakeport 


Levy P L, 


Livermorc 


Scanlin Daniel, 




Fairchild Thos, 


Lodi 


Hanna Wm, 


Martinez 


Bright J T, 


Marysville 


Walters T, 


BERG J A L 


Mendocino 


McClelland p h, 




Feige Robt, 


Napa City 


Downing J W, 


Nevada City 


Danziger A, 


Nortonville 


Care M T, 


Oakland 


Carter John, 




Cohn C, 


ii 


Oohu S A, 


it 


Davis M, 




Dorsch Chas, 


(< 


Goldlaer C, 




Harris Bros, 




JACOB H, 




Samuels B, 


tt 



Schneider Louis, 
Casey H, 
Jennig C, 
McArthur D, 
Ryan J, 

EKICKSON a g, 
Kessenich H, 
Brown A A, 
Cohn E, 
Rogers J C, 
ALEXANDER S, 
Buckley P J, 

Cohn . , 

Cohn A, 

Habcrkorn Wm, 
Jacobs E P, 
LEROY J F, 
Levy Morris, 
Nessel & Garbe, 
ROSENTHAL JOSEPH, 
Tromenschlager J, 
Van Orden John, 
WILSON M, 
Woolf Geo, 
Pier H, 
Heppe Geo, 
Kappmeier W, 
LOSSMAN L, 
Richardson Wm, 
Villar J M, 
Greaves Wm, 
Constant John, 
Duparque L, 
Jacobs M & A, 
Wienstein M, 
AD CRAFT W C, 
Blumberg M, 
Ferguson John, 
Karski G, 
Maguire A, 
Peyser Samuel, 
WEBER E C, 
Peiser J, 
White W H, 
Drown H P, 
BUTZ ANDREW, 

Tanneries. 

MOORE & CUMMINGS, 
BROWN & CHISM, 
BROWN & McKAY, 
Hofjaard C, 
Crist G F, 
Derby J S, 
LEONARD GEO 0, 
Rooney & Doyle, 
Wentworth J M & Co, 
Fischer Anton, 
KIRBY R C & CO, 
Kron J F, 
Porter F F, 
Porter G K & B F, 
Kullman Wagner, 
Wagner & Harrison, 



Oakland 



West 



Pacheco 
Petaluma 

Placerville 



Sacramento 



Salinas 
San Jose 



San Leandro 
San Rafael 

Santa Rosa 

Stockton 



Sutter Creek 
Ukiah 
Watsonville 
Woodland 



Benicia 



Healdsburg 
East Oakland 

Red Bluff 
Redwood 

Santa Cruz 



Soquel 
Stockton 



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Telegraph Agents. 



Alameda 



Barber & Barker, 
Jefferson Miss M S, 
BETTS J (A & P), 
Kirkland J N, 
PRENTICE J T (A & P), 
STEVENS S M (W U), 
Wood Roval, jr, 
ATWOOD L C (W U), 
Downer J A (W U) , 
Thiel A L (A & P), 
Knenzley Jacob (W U), 
Wales H (A & P), 
LARK C E (W U) , 
Murphy B (W U) , 
Barker W R, 
LEAKE EDWARD E, 
McCLURE EL (W U) , 
Blugston Wm, 
Kent W H, 
HOOPER THOS P, 
Fitzgerald C M, 
Riddell D C, 
Davison A N , 
SPENCER W K (W U), 
ROGERS HIRAM, 
Spaerer Dick (W U), 
Black E W (A & P) , 
Smith A L (W U), 
Bruzie L, 
RICHTMYER B F, 
BERRY F T (A & P) , 
DUDEN C W, 
AUSPACHERBRO (WU), 
Mitchel J L (A & P) , 
Beckwith Byron D, 
DOUGLAS W J, 
Fuller H W ( A & P) , 
McConaughv James (WU), 
Chichester J H (A & P) , 
LOCKARD WALTER (W U) 
HOLTHAM WM (A & P), 
SWAIN BROS (W U), 
HOERCHNER CHAS, Mokelumne Hill 
PYBURN W H (W U) , Monterey 
Wellington Miss K B (W U), Napa City 
Nivens Archie jr (W U), Nevada City 
Tigman Wm J (W U), Nortonville 
Bates B R (W U & Am Dist) , Oakland 



Alta 

Amador City 
Auburn 

Bantas 
Benicia 
Chico 

Colfax 

Colusa 
Concord 
Davisville 
Dixon 
Dutch Flat 
Elk Grove 

Fairfield 
Georgetown 
Gilroy 
Gold Run 
Grass Valley 
Hay wards 

Hollister 

lone City 
Jackson 
Lathrop 
Latrobe 
Livermore 

Lodi 
Martinez 
Marysville 

Merced 

Modesto 



Callisch F E (W U) , 
SMITH R W (W U), 
Welch Martin J, 
Stewart A G, 

MORRIS HENRY (WU), 
BOYDSTON U A, 
Willard & Falk, 
FRANK D W (A & P) 
MANASSE J M (W U), 
Beck Miss Grace (W U) , 
MOODY GEO (A & P), 
Allen John F (W U), 
COGLAN CHAS M (A & P) 
Nelis M ( W U) , 
ALLEN H G, 
Mauk Frank (W U), 



East Oakland 
Oroville 
Pacheco 
Placerville 
Pleasanton 

Plymouth 
Red Bluff 

Redwood City 

Sacramento 



San Andreas 
Salinas 



St JOHN W (A & P) , Salinas 

Aram Joseph (W U) and (S J & Los 

Banos), San Juan 

Bailey J R (W U) , San Jose 
Washeim Chas (A & P) , 

Powell H C, San Leandro 
Pratt F M (WU), 

JACOBSON C (WU), San Mateo 
JASZYNSKY L (A & P,) 

CRANDALL J R (W U), Santa Clara 

BAILEY J H (W U), Santa Cruz 

BEACH A H (^ U) , San Rafael 

Doychert J (W U), Santa Rosa 

George Thos D (W U) , Stockton 
Talbot R M (A & P), 

LOSH WM (W U) , Suisun 

NORRIS F C (W U) , Truckee 

VAN VLEET H (A & P), 

HUBBS CHAS II (W U), Vallejo 

Clow Bertha R (W U) , Watsonville 

MARTIN ED (A & P), 

Crawford G R, Woodland 

LEAHY JOHN (W U), 

Tinners, 

(See also Stoves and Tinware ; also Roof- 
ers' Metal.) 

MILLS THOS, Alameda 
QUAST JOHN, 

Macombe G B, Auburn 

Blake Wm, Benicia 

Haupt J, Cloverdale 

Hoskin J H, Gold Run 

Mantz J, Lakeport 

Dutcher D W, * Livermore 

Duke S, Marysville 
HUTCHINSON WM H, Mokelumne Hill 
RAY H, 

James W W, Monterey 

Ash Henry, Oakland 

Babcock & Douglass, " 

Howard J H & Co, East Oakland 

Lynde Geo L, " 

Schuler Ernst, West Oakland 

Harris & Bro, Petaluma 

Brown C B, Placerville 

JAMIESON P B, Redwood City 

GUTHRIE BROS, Sacramento 

Morton D, " 

Bade H, San Andreas 

Gebler Theo, San Jose 
WHITE AW, 

HALE H A, San Leandro 

LaMotte Adolphe, San Rafael 

Dibble John H, Santa Clara 

Creighton Thos, Santa Rosa 

Benton T, Ukiah 

RAMSAY GEORGE H, Woodbridge 

KUHN HERMANN, Woodland 

Toys. 

(See also Varieties). 

WARREN R E, Chico 

Popert N D, Marysville 



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DALE A*,CO, 
Menke A, 
M! ssERSMITH A GILBERT, 
FREY JNO. 



Sacramento j CONNOLLY HENRY, 
O'Neill Charles, 



" j KRELLENBERG PETER, 
Yallejo Smith^JK, 



Yallejo 
Watson ville 
Woodland 



Truckmen. 

MAY T C, Sacramento 
KaLAUOHUN WM, 

Chicard A Gardner, Stockton 
Hathaway S A, . 

Turners and Carvers— Wood 
mid Ivory. 



Graf M, 

EBERHARDT WM, 
JJRl'NNO WM, 



Sacramento 



San Jose 



1' nder takers. 



Brewer H W, 


Antioch 


MANN V V, 


Auburn 


Hallet A Loy, 


Chico 


GOODHUE J H, 


Colusa 


PIERCE WALTER, 


Eureka 


Miller J, 


Folsom 


D$fcH B M, 


Georgetown 


TRYON A B, 


Gilroy 


JOHNSON B, 


Grass Valley 


Pope W C, 




Puff Charles, 


Haywards 


Griest A Young, 


Healdsburg 


Lithgow John, 


Jackson 


Freeman Geo E, 


Livermore 


HILTON LEM EN, 




RUTLEDGE A T, 


Lodi 


Barnes A P, . 


Marysville 


FIJONK A HAYES, 




Cleveland A Hardestv, 


Modesto 


GARDELLA C, 


Mokelumne Hill 


GILES J A CO, 


Napa City 


Groves W C, 


Nevada City 


Beaudry A McAvoy, 


Oakland 



HtlllHT Will, 

McKenzie W W, 

Bird Henry, 

SOVEREIGN G W, 

Blackburn Chas, 

Culbertson H T A Co, 

Gaterman H, 

FICKERT C W, 

BYERS A FRITZ, 

Clark A Davis, 

VERM I LY A A J, 

STANLEY J P (coffins), 

WHITE J E, 

penning A Co, 

TRUEMAN A WOODSON, 

Eden Edward, 

Iribol D J, 

Felker Wm, 

STAFFLER G, 

Blakf A N, 

iond M H, 

Whit- A I., 

PAGAN A SANGER, 

Dm then B, 



Oroville 

Petaluma 
Placerville 

Red Bluff 
Sacramento 



Salinas 

San Jose 

San-Rafael 
Santa Clara 
Santa Cruz 

Stockton 

Suisun 
Sutter Creek 
Truckee 



Upholsterers. 

(See also Cabinet Makers.) 



Hudson J W, 
Dickerman J C, 
KINKEAD JAMES, 
Stewart Robert, 
Kaiser M, 
Oakes G W, 
Wilbert J, 
Mayer Adelph, 
Moody A Struppler, 
RIESE F, 
COOPER E B, 
King W S, 
SAWYER I M, 



Eureka 
Nevada City 

£ C 

Oakland 



East Oakland 
West Oakland 
Petaluma 
Redwood City 
San Jose 
Stockton 



Varieties. 

(See also FuH»h and Vegetables.) 



Warner Miss S A, 
Macartiney D, 
Dallman Louis, 
Watson J E, 
Breslauer H, 
Eitel Frank, 
FARRELL WILLIAM, 
Leeds J D, 
RHODES E C, 
HART S R, 
SALLADY 0, 
COLBURN Mrs A F, 
Kirbv A. 
BARRETT C A, 
SMART D E, 
Kortzian Valentine, 
MATHEWS JAMES E, 
McKENNA JAMES, 
REVOY JOHN, 
Fiel Mrs J, 
Bassignano Victor, 
Oberdeener Wolf, 
JENKINS JOSEPH, 
Muncey W, 
NovitzKy Henry, 
Roberts Richard, 
Schrakamp Felix, 
Townsend C C, 
Bulmer H H, 
Rockhold Bros, 
Tucker J S, 

BRESLAUER BERNARD, 

CUNNING A FAIR CHILD, 

Ehrlich M, 

PRATER WILLIAM, 

Small John, 

Stewart T P, 

Goldner H, 

HARRIS S, 

Koch A, 

M( ek C M, 

GULLY S G, 



Alameda 
Antioch 
Auburn 
Castroville 
Chico 

Colfax 



. Colusa 

( c 

Dixon 
Dutch Flat 



Eureka 



Folsom 
Gilroy 

GrassTYalley 



Haywards 
Healdsburg 

Hollister 



lone City 
Jackson 



Lakeport 



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Gelich Pasquole, 


Li verm ore 


De La SOTA PROSPERO, 


Sacramento 


Pereira Francisco, 


Martinez 


EBERHARDT WILLIAM, 




Brophy P, 


Marysville 


EGL A, 




Clark E G, 




Friedman M, 




KUHN LEOPOLD, 


cc 


HYMAN ABRAHAM, 




Everson A, 


Mendocino City 


Hvman Moses, 




MURRAY J D, 


KATZENSTEIN ED, 




Dieckmann Peter, 


Merced 


LOORYA S, 




Mayer Win, 




0' BR YEN Mrs J, 




Oppenkeim Benj, 




Pierotich J A, 




Silver S, 




Rodgers Mrs M L, 




ZIRKER M, 




Congdon G W, 


Salinas 


DAYIES & MEDLEY, 


Modesto 


Healv Mrs T, 


(C 


WOLLNER & AUERBACH, 


JONES M & SON, 


<( 


Bach F, 


Mokelumne Hill 


KEITH JAMES, 




HOERCHNER CHARLES, 


Lentz H F, 




Kostner S, 




LLOYD D W, 




AUStm -Li -D, 


Monterey 


Whitlock & Roworth, 


San Andreas 


■pr a ~nQT7T T "T>-r TP 
li AJJ O Jl-Li-Li Ul o XV, 


LOWENFELD BERNARD, 


San Rafael 


■Procar T 17 Xr r\ 
r 1 docl JL IV Ou l^O, 


XT rt-4. 

.Napa City 


Duncan Louis, 


Santa Clara 


Haas David L, 


Tobin John F, 




Levensohn — , 




Archer & Ennor, 


Santa Cruz 


QnTHat T T 

o\\ eet j j , 


t 


Burk Nathan, 


M 


WOT W Tr>"FT"NT 1? 




Drew A B, 




Henwood A, 


xNevaoa City 


GOURLEY A F, 




JACK JUxlIS, 


Stillman Chas, 




Nivens Archie, jr, 




Doran Mrs M M, 


Santa Rosa 


ROSENTHAL A, 




Evans Wm M, 




SHEARER O W, 




Label H, 




CLIYIO & OAVAGNARO, 


Oakland 


Logan Gustave, 
England J W, 


Soquel 


Coindre Mrs F, 




Stockton 


Collins Jeremiah, ' 




Hurrell W A, 




Hernandez R S, 




MILCO G N, 


" 


Hyde E H, 




Miles John, 




Kindleberger F M, 




MILCO NICOLA & CO, 




Kroll, Martin & Co, 




SCIUTTICH P, 




Luga R, 




Winn H S, 




Moore A P, 




Kennedy W T, 


Suisun 


Morgan B, 




Bawden J, 


Sutter Creek 


Olcese Frank, 




Gilmere J. 




Watson S H, 




Hubbell W B. 


M 


YEAGER J, 




LITHGOW JOHN, 




Hobart J B, 


East Oakland 


GREELEY JOHN F, 


Truckee 


Alburn G W, 


West Oakland 


HARRISON G W, 




CUTTING J R, 




RIDLEY JOSEPH, 


(C 


Harding — , 




Hart J S, 


Ukiah 


Lothrop G \5 , 




Thompson Bros, 




Gelich P, 


Oroville 


Hilliard E M, 


Yallejo 


RAJEVICH FRANK, 




Passalaqua B, 


BENNETT GEO J & CO. Pacheco 


GINOCHIO L, 


Watsonville 


BARUH H, 


Petaluma 


LEWIS E, 




Basch M, 




Marterni A, 




Ranard J M & Co, 




Williams & Co, 




Cartheche J, 


Placerville 


PHELPS F F, 


Woodbridge 


Goldner J, 




Hafky Mrs P, 


Woodland 


Kecspe J, 




ST LOUIS C E, 




WRIGHT WALTER, 


Plymouth 


CLARY A E, 


Yuba City 


Lange Mrs LHD, 


Red Blurt- 




SCHOENFELD S D & BRO, 


Veterinary Surgeons. 


Underbill A, 


Redwood City 


Wright J. 
Coster L H, 


Oakland 


BAUMLE F, 


Sacramento 


Sacramento 


BENNETT ISAAC, 




JACKSON J A, 


Stockton 


Coleman L, 






COOLOT A, 




Vinegar. 




CUSACK C E, 




VAN BEYER P, 


Napa City 



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Bergmaim Adam (Pickles), 
Rauschenbach L, 



Sacramento 
San Jose 



Walther C, 



Yuba City 



Wagon Makers. 

(See als"o Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers.) 



Wagon Materials. 

(See also Lumber.) 



Betterley O A, 
Cubberly D C, 
Brokaw I K. 
CAMPER H W, 
PARK WILLIAM J, 
BROWER J, 
HARRIS JAMES, 
Miller Chas E, 
KANAAK A, 
Johnson A Rossequ, 
MAN A HAN L, 
Compton H M, 
Goff AM, » 
LAWRENCE W L, 
Breen N, 
MURRAY P R, 
NAFFZIGER JOHN, 
GARDELLA C, 
TOOTHAKER L 8, 
Greenfield T G, 
Kendisj Daniel, 
CLUTTER SAMUEL. 
Hamilton W H H. 
Hijrgins W 8, 
STONE J J, 
Hopes A Cameron, 



Auburn 

Castro ville 
Chico 

Colusa 
Grass Valley 

Healdsburg 
Hollister 

Lakeport 
Marysville 

Merced 



Mokelumne Hill 
Monterey 
Napa City 

Nevada City 
East Oakland 
Oro ville 
Pacheco 
Petaluma 



Putnam D W C A Co, 
DORR WILLIAM, 
Epperson D, 
WEBB T B. 
BATES GEO 0, 
Bernard H M, 
CALIFORNIA CARRIAGE 

FACTURING CO, 
Coffev A Anderson, 
HILL JOSEPH F, 
KESTLER MARTIN, 
KUHNLE WILLIAM, 
Mason Daniel, 
Meiater August, 
Pike A Young, 
Trump Wm, 
Lake G P, 
Ball J W, 
Mitchell J H, 
Smith John K, 
■ W)N CHARLES, 
Tucker W W, 
Brandt J A, 
Hansel A Trnscott, 
TRAINOR JAMES, 
8onger W J, 
Thompson J L, 
Henderson O L, 

Ingham James, 
Beach A Knox, 
Moses E R. 
Sovereign J, 



RICE C B, Petaluma 
I WATERHOUSE A LESTER, Sacramento 
| Ames EE, 

I FAULKNER J F, San Jose 

HICKINBOTHAM J T, Stockton 

Warehouses. 

CENTENNIAL. Cloverdale 

Seal Bluff, Concord 

Marden W H, Davisville 

Bowers L, Elk Grove 

McGREEVY PATRICK, Haywards 

Waterman M A Co, Livermore 

BRAY BROTHERS, Martinez 

Janes Robt, " 

Merced Grange Co, Merced 

Gladding Bros, Oakland 

McNear Bros, Petaluma 

Myer, Chadbourne A Co, Pleasanton 

Crocker B R, Sacramento 
STARING H D, 

KING W W, Salinas 

BAGGS WM M, Stockton 

Stockton Warehouse Co, " 

Watches and Jewelry. 

(See also Watchmakers and Jewelers.) 
DUNLAP J R A BRO, Amador City 
ANDREWS A HOLLENBECK, Auburn 



Plymouth 
Red Bluff 

Sacramento 

MANU- 



San Andreas 
Santa Cruz 
Santa Rosa 



Soquel 

Stockton 

Suisun 
Sutter Creek 
Ukiah 
Vallejo 
Watsonville 

Woodland 



Ball Chas, 

j Hibbard A Sommer, 

Jackson F M, 
; DEWEY L H, 

GOVE C A, 

Aubertis J C, 

PLUMMER PAUL, 

BERG AUGUST, 

Hunter M E, 

WARNER H C, 

BERG ALFRED, 

Hyman M, 

Nye J, 

Baldwin S D, 

DAVIS A A SON, 
I Stone A Howard, 
1 SCHLUND C, 

McCLURE BROS, 

Schmied W H B, 

BRAND C J, 

Knowlton N W, 

Berger L P, 

Brown W F, 

Homan M S, 

Mueller A Steffanoni, 

Wilson Wm, 

HOWARD AMOS, 

GERSTENBERGER A KUHN 

MANASSE J M, 

Thiel Gustavo A, 

CONRAD JOHN, 

EAVES W T, 



Chico 



Colusa 

Dixon 

Dutch Flat 
Gilroy 

Grass Valley 
Hollister 

Marysville 



Mokelumne Hill 
Monterey 
Napa City 
Nevada City 

Oakland 



Oroville 
Red Bluff 

Redwood 
Sacramento 



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FLOBERG J P, 
HAMMER L K, 
Hatch & Cary, 
HYMAN J, Jr," 
JELLY SAMUEL, 
MONNIER A, 
NOACK C J, 
Steinmann H, 
WACHHORST H, 
HEERDT HARRY, 
SIEGHOLD C, 
Capt G, 
CHOPARD L, 
Collom Jesse, 
BOEDEFELD W, 
FLOREZ S, 
Kocher & Blauer, 
LEWIS JACKSON, 
Pembroke 'Jas W, 
Smith & Ryder, 
Landmann J C, 
Bigelow J B, 
Lang E, 
Parker G W, 
Stearns F R, 
Bailey S H, 
EFFEY WM, 
SCHAUFELE J, 
Nilson P F, 
Barclay James A, 
FREY JNO, 
CHAPMAN J S, 
Jones C C, 
Lund H J, 
Wilcox O P, 
PHELPS F F, 
Greene G W, 



Sacramento 
Sacramento 



Salinas 
San Jose 



Sa 



eandro 
Rafael 



Santa Clara 
Santa Cruz 



Santa Rosa 
Suisun 
Vallejo 

Watsonville 



Woodbridge 
Woodland 



Watchmakers and Jewelers. 



(See also Watches 
Hunziker G, 
Bobst T S, 
SCHLUTTER F E, 
HARTMANN E A, 
Haller W, 
LEY F A, 
Maurice D W & Co, 
MILLER CARL, 
MULLIN E J, 
STURGES J H, 
PRODGER JOHN H, 
Haas Bonifaz, 
Gilmore & Luedke, 
Villalovos Tomas, 
FRENCH F M, 
Niner Charles, 
BIGGI A, 
DIETZ G, 
Cross & Son, 
WETHERILL R H, 
JAMESON M L, 
Schell Joseph, 
Collie Alexander, 
HANSON H P, 
Gribi R, 



and Jewelry.) 

Cloverdale 
Colusa 

Concord 
Dutch Flat 
Eureka 



Folsom 
Grass Valley 
Hay wards 
Healdsburg 
Hollister 
lone City 
Jackson 
Lakeport 

Livermore 
Mendocino City 
Merced 



Luetje F C, 
REICHLING P 
Rowland W E, 
Samuels S, 
Wieser & Meves, 
Hansen Albert, 
FREY JOHN, 
Bowley H A, 
Baur J, 
Bauer L, 
POLK C E, 
SAVAGE JOHN, 
TRUELSON C, 
Barss F F, 
Sigwart J A, 
HYMAN KOFFMAN, 
MUELLER J C G, 
Olsson John, 
Patchin T A, 
Siddons L L, 
WILKE CHAS, 
Henderson D R, 
Gardner L B, 
Hood G, 
HAAS CHAS, 
Haas Chas J & Co, 
Hoisholt Bros, 
Keeler W H, 
Langmack Henry, 
WOOLFE LOUIS, 
LUTNESKY V, 
RIDLEY JOSEPH, 
YOUNG C W, 
Gilmor & Luedke, 
VANDERLIP NELSON, 
Machefert Leon, 



Nevada City 
& AMSTUTZ, Oakland 



East Oakland 
West Oakland 
Pacheco 
Petaluma 



Placerville 



Sacramento 



San Andreas 
Santa Rosa 

Stockton 



Sutter Creek 
Truckee 

Ukiah 
Vallejo 
Woodlan d 



Modesto 
Napa City 



Windmills. 

Brower & Reed, Colusa 

Horton & Kennedy, Livermore 

ROSE M R, Sacramento 

Coulter W S, Salinas 

Wire Fences. 

COX GEO & CO, Sacramento 
JONES, GIVENS & CO, 
VON BREYMAN & BRYANT, 

Wine Growers. 

Kerr Harvey, Elk Grove 

Vache Theophile, Hollister 

Gottschalk A, Napa City 
MIGLIAVACCA G, 

Napa Valley Fruit and Wine Co, " 
VAN BEVER P, 

Bergmann Adam, Sacramento 

LEFRANC CHARLES, San Jose 

JARVIS GEO M, Santa Cruz 

Santa Rosa Wine Co, Santa Rosa 

ROSSI A, Stockton 
WEST GEO & CO, 

CLARK J Q A, Woodland 

Wood and Coal. 

Barber & Barker, Alameda 
EARLL W & SON, 



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Donlon Peter, 
PALMTAG L, 
MILLIKEN C, 
COLE W J, 
FREEMAN & JAFFE, 
Lynch, Maloney & Titzell, 
N eagle Geo H, 
Shakespear & Walter, 
Thomas F E, 
MacDonough J, 
Mav & Requa, 
Palmer E H, 
Forbes Fred, 
Castognetto A, 
DENNIS AMOS, 
Annis Thos, 
CADUC P, 
Cooper D &■ Co, 
Q UIDNER DANIEL, 
Hanrahan Michael, 
Hellinge Wm, 
Hughes J W, 
Leitch E M, 

McKINNON & McCAW, 
Osborn «fc Co, 

SACRAMENTO WOOD CO 
Skelton John, 
Wvant Mark, 



Antioch 
Haywards 
Hollister 
Oakland 



East Oakland 



West Oakland 
Petaluma 
Redwood 
Sacramento 



Beach Tyler, 
NEWBY & BODLEY, 
Shirley J H, 
IVERSON HANS, 
RICE J B, 
Simpson James F, 
Keim B F, 
Cornwall Arthur, 
ROGERS B F, 
CONARD <fe SONS, 
DURNO W C, 
Sancto J N, 



San Jose 

San Leandro 
San Rafael 

Santa Cruz 
Santa Rosa 
Stockton 

Truckee 

Yallejo 



Wood and Willow Ware. 

(See also Groceries; also General Mer- 
chandise.) 

HANSON & WADSWORTH, Nevada 
Schneider A J, Oakland 

BOEKER BROS, Sacramento 
FOSTER & ACUFF, 

Behrna C, Stockton 

Woolen Mills. 

Marysville Woolen Mills, Marysville 

ELKUS L & CO, Sacramento 
Try on Sylvester, " 
San Jose Woolen Mills, San Jose 




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NEVA D A. 

(CLASSIFIET).) 



Architects. 

Chamberlain E J, Gold Hill 

Sturgeon J S, Eeno 

Bennett C M, "Virginia 

Roberts & Merwin, " 

Assayers. 

HELBERLING A & CO, Carsou City 
McCULLOUGH & CO, Gold Hill 

ROSS G McM, 

HARRIS H, Silver City 

Balch D W, • Virginia 
WIEGAND C & CO, 

Attorneys-at-law. 

Clarke Robt M, Carson City 

DAVIES T W W, 

EDWARDS T D, 

ELLIS & KING, 

HARRIS & COFFIN, 

Patterson Wm, " 

Waitz A, 

WELLS THOS H, 
Boardman & Varian, 
COSSITT H B, 
Haydon Thos E, 
Hoyt C A, 
KNOX W L, 
Marshall I B, 
WEBSTER WM, 
Cronin John, 
Aude Francis L, 
Belknap C H, 
BRAWSON & STEWART, 
BROWN JOHN K, 
COWIE L T, 
Cox Thos N, 
DRAKE & GASTON, 
Elliott A B, 
ELLIOTT GEO, 
GALLOWAY JAMES, 
GRAHAM J H, 
Hiles Ogden, 
Hillyer C J, 

KELTON & THOMAS, 
KIRKPATRICK M, 
KIRKPATRICK & STEPHENS 
LEWIS & DEAL, 
LINDSAY & DICKSON, 
LOVE W C, 
LOWERY ROBERT E, 
MARPLE J H, 
McQUAID JOHN A> 
MESICK R S & W S, 
MORGAN J M, 



Reno 



Silver City 
Virginia 



SCANIKER S P, Virginia 

Stephens J A, " 

STEPHENS T A, 

STONE M N, 

STONEHILL & FOOTE, 

Taylor RH, 

TILDEN M C, 

WHITCHER J W, 

WHITMAN & WOOD, 

Auctioneers. 

Currie J C, Virginia 
EZEKIELS & ALTSCHUL, 

Bakeries. 

CAVANAUGH PETER, Caison City 
McLEOD JAMES, 
NICHOLS J H, 

BECKER J P, , Gold Hill 

BLANCH ARD & DIEEDERICH, 
Dallam A P & Co, Reno 
Stock W, Silver City 

DIETZ HENRY, Virginia 
FITZMIER & ARMBRUST, 
GAINES RICHARD, 
Herbold&Co, 
KEDENBURG J H, 
MAESTRETTI & CO, 
MAUSER & BAUHOF, 
REYDET & CO, 

Banks and Bankers. 

CARSON CITY SAVINGS BANK, 

Carson City 

Wells, Fargo & Co's Bank, 
Agency Bank of California, Gold Hill 
BENDER D A & CO, Reno 
RENO SAVINGS BANK, Reno 
BANK OF CALIFORNIA, Virginia 
NEVADA BANK (The agency of) , 
SILVER NOTE BANK, 
VIRGINIA SAVINGS BANK, 

Blacksmiths. 

(See also Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers; 
MARSHALL JOHN A & CO, Gold Hill 
BROOKS GEO G, Reno 
Collins W M, 

McDonald J W, ■ Virginia 

Blacksmiths «& Wagonmakers. 

(See also Blacksmiths; also Wagonmak'rs.) 
Calvert & Co, Carson City 

ROBSON & SIMS, 
TORREYSON W D, 



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Trapp A Rau, Carson City 

lOUNG JAMES W, 

BUNCEL ROBERT, Reno 
Luke W J (horseshoer) , " 
McFarlin J L, 
Smith M J, 

AMES D J, Silver City 

HARKIN D E, 

BURKE B, Virginia 
HIMENWAYJW, 
SMITH A ARNOLD, 
WARREN W T A SON, 

Boiler Makers. 
HURLEY JOHN, Gold Hill 

Moore A Quinn, " 
WOOLLEY THOS, 

BELMOR GEO ERNEST, Virginia 
Hooks and Stationery. 

(See also Varieties.) 
Brooks R Fred, Carson City 

FOX JOHN G, 

•I VMISON S M, Reno 
Davenport T S, Silver City 

ASH W'M H, Virginia 
Boegle Fred, " 
KIERSKI A CO, 

Bootmakers. 
(See also Boots and Shoes.) 
Baldeck I, Carson City 

Carter John G, " 
Hagerty James, " 
I K VSER A SPRAGUE, Gold Hill 

GRANT G A J, 
McCann M L, 

McKnight James, " 
M UAE DUNCAN, 

Mohoskie Frank, " 
NICOLL WILLLAM, 
PAILLON F, 
Schramm G, 
SMITH CHAS, 
COPE A WUTKE, 
HALL GEO E, 
HYDE JOHN, 
Paulson John, 
AMIoTTE LOUIS, 
CLEATOR ROBERT, 
CURRAN HUGH, 
Daniels A, 
Ebner Konrad, 
EMRICK W, 
( IF KM VI N \VM C, 
Gunther F, 
KEAFAR FRED, 
Miller J D, 
MORIARTY W, 
Motta Carl, 
Petri David, 
Robb James, 
SCHIERLE J G, 
Timmons John, 
Uglow John, 
WATERSON WM, 



Reno 



Silver City 
Virginia 



Boots and Shoes. 

(See also Bootmakers; also General Mer- 
chandise; also Clothing.) 



Carson City 

Gold Hill 
Reno 
Virginia 



Kennedy Thos, 
Turner D C, 
COHN ALEX, 
SUNDERLAND JOHN, 
BROWN A TASSELI/, 
GUNDLACH A BOEH, 
LAFLEUR A HILL, 
Noltemeier C A, " 

Breweries. 

WAGNER A KLEIN, Carson City 

SCHWEIS S, Gold Hill 

Hoffmann — , Reno 
Geier Philip, Silver City 

DEININGER JOHN, Virginia 
FRANKLIN A SCHROEDER, 

Butchers. 

CLOUETTE ISAAC, Carson City 

DANGBERG H F, 
JOHNSTON T L, 
MEDER JOHN P, 

Mohr Louis, " 

Rinckell Matt, 

ROSSER Col JOHN, 

DAUCHY H O, Gold Hill 

Dodson A Co, " 

Fox L T, 

GRAY A ROBLES, 
GRAY WM, 

Haab Geo, " 
JEFFREE E B, 

FOGG A BECHTOT, Reno 
Norton A Co, 
RUHE HENRY, 

Sprague A Sanders, " 
GOETZ, HENRY A STRAUSE, Silver City 
GROSS PAUL, 

Allen J A, Virginia 
BASS A AURICH, 
LAUCK ANTON, 

MASEL A STEFFEN, ■ 

NYE A CRADDOCK, 

Saylfs James, " 

Strouse Mark, " 

TUDSBURY A BISHOP, 

WATERS A T A CO, 

ZIEGLER CHARLES, 

Cabinet Makers. 

Howe Thos, Carson City 

MAISH A TURNER, 

ROSENBAUM I, Virginia 

Carpets. 

(See also General Merchandise ; also Fur- 
niture.) 

GRANT R W, Gold Hill 

GREY A ISAACS, Reno 
PRESCOTT JACOB, 

HALLECK BROS, Virginia 
HEYMAN BROS A CO, 



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Schoenfeld & Cook, 
WOLF & FLETCHER, 



Virginia 



Cigars and "Tobacco. 

(See also Liquors: also Varieties.) 
BAKER SAMUEL, Carson City 

BRADBURY W B, 
CAMPBELL FRED, 
FRIEND C W T , 
Isaacs C & Co, 
Mott C S, 
Watkins S S, 

BLOOMFLELD E, Gold Hill 

CAHEN A, 
GALLUP OH, 
Ruffner C J, 
THORBURN D, 

Ascheim Wm, Virginia 
BREEN JOHN & SON 
Donnelly John C, " 
Friedmann M, " 
HARRIS & BRO, 

Liebes Bros & Co, " 

Lvuch James H, " 

Packsher S, 

Pilger & Co, 

R 031 AN & GRABNER, 

SCHLESINGER JOHN, 

SHIELD S^J W, 

Waller M F, " 

WERTHEIMER M, 

WINDHEIM & LEVY, 

Wodecki & Co, " 

Civil Engineers. 

Tagliabue & Wheeler, Gold Hill 

BROWNE, HOFFMANN & CRAVEN, 

[Virginia 

Haist & Henrich, " 
James & Wrinckle, " 
Rose W, 



Clothing. 

(See also Drygoods and Clothing ; 
General Merchandise.) 



also 



BERGMAN A,l 
BOSKOWITZ FRANK, 
Gerstle J & Co, 
KOPPEL & PL ATT, 
Lilienfeld Wm, 
VILA JOSEPH, 
Barnert Joseph, 
Reinstein & Wolf, 
COHEN H M, 
NATHAN M & BRO, 
GROSS CARL A, 
BANNER BROS, 
BARNERT JOSEPH & CO, 
BERCK ISAAC (Ladles'), 
BEOWN N & CO, 
COHN HENRY (Ladies'), 
COHN & ISAACS, 
Newman S, 
Piatt & Rich, 
Roos Bros, 



Carson City 



Gold Hill 

Reno 

Silver City 
Virginia 



Coffee and Spice Mills. 

BIANCHI G B & CO, Reno 
LAIGNEAU ABEL, Virginia 

Collectors. 

Barlow H W. Reno 
JONES C W, 

Commission Merchants. 

FORBES JOHN, . Carson City 

Reno 
Virginia 

Constables. 

STERN LEOPOLD, Carson Citv 

LOYNACHAN J D, Gold Hill 

SAUNDERS G S, 

Barlow H W, Reno 
Norton M, Virginia 
Walker , 

Contractors and Bnilders. 



EARL D W 
POWELL & STEWART 



Parker & Tobey, 
Burnell Strong, 
La Riviere Nelson, 
MYERS SAMUEL. 
PEACOCK & SCOTT, 

Upson , 

Gross & Scogin, 
Scamman Geo, 
Texan John, 



Carson Citv 
Gold Hill 



Reno 



Virginia 



Connty Officers. 

ELKO COUNTY. 

Flack J H, District Judge, ~ Elko 

Seitz Ed L, Sheriff, 

GREEN O E, County Clerk, 

Rogers F A, Recorder, •< 

Street H C, District Attorney, " 

Bradley J R. Treasurer, " 

Griswold E H, Assessor, " 

Catlin R M, Surveyor, 

Sears S S, Supt Pub Schools, 

Peterson N F, Pub Administrator, " 

ESMERALDA COXTSTY. 

Jameson J S, District Judge, Aurora 

Lott L B, Sheriff, 

FAR WELL I N, County Clerk, 

McKee David, Recorder, " 

Murphy M A, Dist Attorney, " 

Dunlap C J, Assessor, " 

Farnham , Survevor, " 

DeVol J F, Supt Pub Schools, 

Fletcher Henfe-y D, Pub Administrator," 

EUREKA COUNTY, 

Sias James, Sheriff, Eureka 

HARMON F H, County Clerk, 

Chase R L, Recorder, " 

Merrill G W, Dist Attorney, 

Ryland R, Treasurer, " 

Knight H, Assessor, " 

Conklin H H, Surveyor, " 

Kaye A E, Supt Pub Schools, " 

Bishop A C, Pub Administrator, " 



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McKENNEY D C, District Judge, Austin | 
Harper J C, Sheriff, 

Brennan J L, County Clerk, " 

Lund Charles, Recorder, " 

Anderson X D, Dist Attorney, " 

Gilbert Joseph, Treasurer, " 

Spires C D, Assessor, M 

Curtis Melville, Surveyor, " 

Williamson J R, Supt Pub Schools, " 

Woodward R Y, Pub Administrator, " 

LYON COUNTY. 

Seawell W M, District Judge, Davton 

Cooke R A, Sheriff, M 

DALLAS J S, County Clerk, 

Lothrop John, Recorder and Auditor, " 

Keith Geo W, Dist Attorney, 

8ims J D, Treasurer, 

Young John G, Supt Pub Schools, " 

Howkin Thos R, Pub Administrator, " 

NYE COUNTY. 

Huvck William H, Sheriff, Belmont 

NICHOLL GEORGE, County Clerk, » 

8ervice, James A, Recorder, " 

Curler Benjamin, Dist Attorney " 

McLean Adam, Treasurer, " 

Warburton Thomas. Assessor, " 

Ernst George, Surveyor, " 
Delano M R, Supt Pub Schools, 

Thomason J L, Pub Administrator, " 

OBMSBY COUNTY. 

WRIGHT S H, Dist Judge, Carson Citv 
SWIFT S T, Sheriff, 

Edwards Thomas G, Countv Clerk, " 
TURNER F D, Recorder, 

COFFIN TRENMOR, Dist Attorney, " 

Peters H J. Treasurer, " 
PI X LEY E B, Assessor, 

Hoyt A Y, Surveyor, " 



PIOCHE CCUNTY. 

McKee W L, Sheriff, Pioche 
HANFORD J M, County Clerk, 
Henderson J C, Recorder «fe Auditor 
Campbell Thombell. Dist Attorney, 
Frilks D A, Treasurer, 
Dayton R P, Assessor, 
Wescoatt N. Surveyor, 
Wilmarth E R, Supt Pub Schools, 
Philson C F, Pub Administrator, 

STOREY COUNTY. 

RISING RICHARD, Dist Judge, Virginia 
KELLY T E, Sheriff, 
McFarland J P, County Clerk, 
Nichol F D, Recorder, " 
Drake F V, Dist Attorney, " 
Smith C B, Co Treas'r ATax Receiver," 
Fox Authony, Assessor, " 
Pasmore E J, Supt Pub Schools, u 
Hodges D F, Pub Administrator, " 

WASHOE COUNTY. 

Lamb A K, Sheriff, 



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COMSTOCK P B, Countv Clerk, Reno 

WILLIAMS JOHN B, Recorder, 

CAIN WM, Dist Attorney, 

NORTON B B, Treasurer, 

Fish H L, Assessor, " 

Hatch A J, County Surveyor, " 

WHITE PINE COUNTY. 

Raum Ed, Sheriff, Hamilton 
FORREST W R, County Clerk, 

Timson Wm, Recorder, " 

Davis B K, Dist Attorney, " 

McConkev Geo P, Treasurer, " 
McGill Wm N, Surveyor, 

Hagar H, Supt Pub Schools, " 
Edwards J C, Pub Administrator, " 



Crockery. 

MERCER RICHARD, 
TOOMBS JAMES & CO, 
BECK H S, 

HEYMAN.BROS & CO, 
Schoenfeld & Cook, 
WOLF & FLETCHER, 



Dentists. 



Billings Chas, 
NEWLAND J S, 
SHARP R B, 
BEALS A J, 
CON WELL WM 0, 
Hutchinson G R, 
SHEETS H C, 
Chapman A, 
CLARK & RICE, 
CORNWALL A, 
HOLMES M, 
Smith U, 



Gold Hill 
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Carson City 
it 

Gold Hill 
Reno 
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Carson Citv 
Gold Hill 
Reno 
Silver City 

Virginia 



Virginia 



BRADLEY Mrs M E, 
WAGNER Mrs M J, 
LAKE Mrs L A, 
Noble Mrs C, 
Welsh Mrs Anna, 
BAGGOTT Mrs E, 
Crandall Mrs V, 
CRANE Mrs E N, 
Dowdenn Mrs Grace, 
Giovannarv Mrs P A, 
GRAY Mrs GEO A, 
Main Mrs Mary, 
MAYFIELD Mrs E, 
McDonald Mrs L E, 
Pilger Mrs L, 
WELLS Mrs C C, 

Dress Patterns. 

CORNWELL Mrs MARY, Virginia 
CRANE Mrs EN, 

Druggists. 

FOSTER B F, Carson City 

PHELPS F H, 
Willis OP, 

JONES J, Jr, Gold Hill 



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Stewart A B & Co, 
HOOLE S F, 
Simpson & Osburn, 
Stewart A B, 
Woodliff T, 
Biter W & Co, 
Cole A M, 
LEFEVRE J B B, 
PERKINS W A, 



Dry Goods. 



Gold Hill 
Reno 

Silver City 

Virginia 



Carson City 



Cold Hill 



Reno 



Virginia 



Harris Bros, 
MORRIS L & CO, 
SHEYER Mrs J & CO, 
SMITH E C, 
COHN ALEX, 
CALLAND B, 
Chase Mrs L M, 
GREY & ISAAC S, 
PRESCOTT JACOB, 
BLOCK D & CO, 
Cody Mrs E, 
CURRAN Mrs H E, 

Hoffmann S, " 
Levy J & Bro, " 
Lipman S & Co, " 
MILLER Mrs R T, 

Morris & Nathan, " 

TALBOT J C & CO, 

Vaenberg A & Co, " 

!> ry Goods and Clothing. 

Olcovich Bros, Carson City 

BARNETT BROS, Reno 
Lachman D & B, " 

Express Agents* 

RICE H F, Carson City 

Blauvelt W H, Gold Hill 

Smith Richard, Reno 
Grier John W, Silver City 

PENDERGAST C C, Virginia 

Fancy Goods. 

Brooks R Fred, Carson City 

FRIEND C W (Cutlery), 
ASH WM H, Virginia 
LEVINSON J D, 

Foundries. 
EMMETT GEO, Gold Hill 

Moore & Book (Nevada Screen W'ks), " 
COLEMAN G P, «. Virginia 

FULTON FOUNDRY, 
KENIS JOHN (Brass), 
TYRRELL & REESE, 

Furnishing Goods. 

Block S, Gold Hill 

BLOOMFIELD E, 
RICHARDSON Mrs C M (Ladies), 
Gowen E W, Silver City 

GROSS CARL A, 

COHN A, Virginia 
Follett Miss ME, 

Glucksman Isaac (Ladies), " 



PALMER C M & CO, Virginia 
Pixley Mrs A E (Ladies) , " 

Furniture and Bedding. 

KITZMEYER GEO W, Carson City 

WOOD, CARDER & CO, 
GRANT R W, 
SANDERS & CO, 
SHEETS & CO„ 
BECK H S, 

BICKFORD L A & CO, 
GOODFRIEND ISAAC, 
HALLECK BROS, 
HEYMAN BROS & CO, 
Schoenfeld & Cook, 
WOLF & FLETCHER, 

Furriers. 

BARE EDWARD, 
Wmdmiller D & M, 



Gold Hill 
Reno 

Virg 



Virginia 



General Merchandise. 



LEMERY V, 
SPERLING FRANK, 
Walter F & Co, 
CLARK C H, 

Grocers. 

Davis G T, 
DONAHUE D W, 
FLINN & TOWLE, 
Gillson & Barber, 
IVANCOVICH BROS, 
MASON & CO, 
MIDDLEMISS J A, 
REINSTEIN & GIBSON, 
Bernstein G F, 
Bostwick & Robinson, 
CLARK & STEARNS, 
Dodson & Co, 
MERCER RICHARD, 
Stern & Son, 
WADE & MARSHALL, 
BECK & CO, 
CUNNINGHAM G W, 
HAGERMAN J C, 
LARCOMBE JOHN, 
Manning & Duck, 
SALISBURY N J, 
Simmons C A, 
TOOMBS JAMES & C C, 
Ripley & Haas, 
ANGiUS N, 
BAKER S D & C C, 
COOPER & HILL, 
DELLEPIANE & NOCE, 
DICKMAN E, 
Ford M & P H, 
Hampton J C, 
HATCH BROS, 
HAYES & NEVIN, 
HUGHES P T, 
KIRSCHBRAUN, SON & CO, 
Krause Wm, 
MALLON J & J B, 
MARIONI PETER, 



Gold Hill 
Silver City 

Virginia 



Carson City 



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Martin Samuel A Co, Virginia 
M« CARTHY A- SULLIVAN. 
McDonald AM, 
McGURN T R, 

McMillan & co, 

NOBILE LUCHETICH, 
NOVACOVICH J, 
READSHAW W J, 

Sullivan & Dunston, " 

TAYLOR BROS, 

VI < ANOYICH P L, 

WATSON C W & CO, 

WERRIN J S, 

QUMfl and A niimiiiit ion. 

(See alsu Gun and Locksmiths.) 
RITTER FRED Jb, Virginia 
SCHOENEMAN H, 

<»iui and Locksmith*. 

(See also Guns and Ammunition.) 
Scott E E, Carson City 

Dupas Bros, Gold Hill 

PARROTT MATT A, Reno 
RITTER FRED Jb, Virginia 
SCHOENEMAN H, 

Hairdressers. 

(See also Hairdressers and Baths.) 



ALEXANDER J, 
Grinage Fred, 
James Edmund, 
LANE BEN J, 
Lapsley J W, 
RICHARDSON C A, 
VIEIRA & SNOW, 
ALEXANDER BROS, 
Coverdale Thomas, 
Marx & Frankinfield, 
Pechner D, 
Silva Manuel, 
Simpson Wm, 
Dupish Edward, 
ELKLE J M, 
HAMMERSMITH N C, 
Disenroth Leo, 
Voght George, 
Zachariah Thorwald, 
Alphonse Louis, 
Ascheim M, 
Bird Wm M, 
Coleman Chas, 
Conrad L, 
Curtis John, 
EBERLE & THOMAS, 
Francis R C, 
Gerhardt <fc Smith, 
GROSJEAN PETER, 
HARRIS D J, 
HOWARD M, 
Huddy Thomas, 
Marks Chas, 
Mayor Leopold, 
Murray Joseph F, 
Price Joseph H, 



Carson City 



Gold Hill 



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Silver City 



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ROMAN & GRABNER, Virginia 
SAJOUS & VILLETE, 
WOLZ ADAM, 

Hairdressers and Baths. 

(See also Hairdressers.) 

MTTLLER JACOB, Carson City 
BROOKS ROBERT, Gold Hill 

BORKMAN & RAZALL, Virginia 
Kennedy A, " 
RANHUT ROBERT, 



Hairdressers— Ladies. 

BAILEY Mrs L A, 
DUPISH Mme JENNIE, 
LEE Mrs WM, 
Graham Mrs A, 
Newton Mrs E E, 
Wanek Edward, 

Hair Goods. 

James Edmund, 
MULLER JACOB, 
DUPISH Mme JENNIE, 
LEE Mrs WM, 

Hardware. 

Gillson & Barber, 
Mason & Co, 
Rail E B, 

WAGNER P A & CO, 
GALLATIN D S & CO, 
HALL W N & CO, 
BECK & CO, 
HAGERMAN J C, 
LARCOMBE JOHN, 
Manning & Duck, 
TOOMBS JAMES & CO, 
Doake, Hobart & Co, 
Gillig John, 

Harness and Saddlery. 



Carson City 
Reno 

Virginia 



Carson City 
Reno 

Carson City 

Gold Hill 
Reno 

C £ 

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Carson City 
Gold Hill 

Reno 



Silver City 
V irgini 



KITZMEYER D G, 
Gould Alex, 
KLINE FREDERICK, 
GUNTHER JOHN B, 
Jaquish J N, 
Roff N J (maker) , 
Morrison K (maker) , 
BIROTH ROBERT, 
KLINE FREDERICK, 
SMITH J P, 

Hotels. 

BRADER LOUIS (St Charles) , Carson City 
BRULE DN (Muller's), 
CIRCE D (French), 
Corbett Bros, 

FRYER GEO D (Ormsby), 
GELIMAS J (Western) , 
GOYETTE L (Excelsior), 
GRANT & McLENNAN (Adams), 
Lewis & Muncton (Warm Springs) , 
MULLER & WEBER (Carson Exge), 
PIERCE Mrs E D, 



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SHARP JOHN H (Palace) , Cnrson City 
Raffetto G & Co, 

Bawden Joseph (Golden Eagle) , Gold Hill 
BAWDEN NICOLAS (Washington), 
Brown & Page (Penobscot) , 
BULLARD A D ( Vesey) , 
Carroll Mrs Mary, 
CLARKE E L (Centreville) , 
Corcoran John (Piute) , 
DAVIS Mrs HAD (Concord) , 
FITZPATRICK MICHAEL (Pioneer), 
Gardner Mrs Mary, 
Hawb C (Fountain), 
Lafee A (Lafee) , 
ORSER & BENDER (Nevada), 
PARKER Mrs MARY, 
PHIPPS WM (Franklin) , 
Smith C (Miners' Home), 
STONE Mrs ANNIE, 
TOBENER CHAS (Tobener's), 
Anderson A C, Reno 
BARNES A H (Golden Eagle) , 
BOVERIO & COMOZZI, 
CHAMBERLAIN W R (Depot) , 
ELLIOTT W T C (International), 
Hogan Patrick, 
HOY JOHN (Ohio), 
LEEPER & McKIBBIN (Pacific), 
McFARLAND D (Arcade), 
POLLARD J D (Pollard), 
SHAW J D (Western), 
TOMAMICHEL G G & BROS (Wm 

Tell) , 
VESEY E A (Lake), 
Wintermantel Louis, 
BENNETTS BROS (Silver), Silver City 
Bowker Mrs Harriet (Verandah) , 
Coates Mrs E A, 
Fontecella A, 

FRETT MATHIAS (Bonanza), 
Trenberth T M, 
Vogan Thomas,. 
BEARNSON N, Virginia 
BYRNES JOHN (Washoe), 
CAVANAGH THOMAS (Chapin), 
DALY Mrs ANNIE (Temperance), 
FREDRICK M M (Fredrick) , 
GOSSE THEODORE (Eureka), 
Gray Mrs J D, 
Jose Thomas, 
Kinsman John (Oro), 
Lamott V F (Empire) , 
LONKEY L (Nevada), 
McAleece R S, 

MOLINELLI P P (Molinelli), 
SNOW JOHN, 

TAYLOR Mrs L A H (Mayhopack) , 

Insurance. 

FRASER JAMES, Carson City 



Rice & Peters, 
BRETZ A, 
BRUMSEY J A, 
CRANE W B, 
EDWARDS & MARTIN, 



Virginia 



GRUSS JOSEPH, Carson City 

HENLEY M J, 
Hickock W B, 
Mills J H, 

NEVADA MUTUAL LIFE, 
STEARNS CAPTAIN N, 
STEINBERGER & HEIMANN, 

Jewelers. 

(See Watchmakers aod Jewelers,) 
Jewelry. 

(See Watches and Jewelry.) 

Justices of the Peace. 

WITHERELL C A, Carson City 

Cook E C, Gold Hill 

GILSON J S, Reno 

Richardson C A, " 

KNOX JOHN, Virginia 
MOSES THOS, 

JLiquors. 

BERNHARD & COLLINS, Carson City 
BROWN R R, 
Calimberti Joseph, 

Chaplin Moses, " 

CLOUETTE H F, 

COMSTOCK & RICE, 

Corbett D E, 

CREWS J T, 

DECKER & CO, 

FARRELL WM B, 

Frisbie LA, 

GAIGE & MAY, 

Gibson & Dealy, " 
KIRCHNER H H, 
LEWIS & WING, 

Magee W J, " 
Moore & Parker, " 
Pearson Wm, " 
Poole J E, 

Roberts & Bro, " 

Uhl Adam, " 

UHL FRED, 

WALKER & JOHNSON, 

Winston & Rathbone, " 

BLANCHARD & DIEEDERICH, 

Gold Hill 

CAFFREY & MOORE, 
Carra A, 

Chegwidden & Mitchell, 
CLARK & STEARNS, 
DALY JAMES, 
Davis D H, 
DAY W H, 
Dodge & Shane, 
Dumars T, 
DUNN WM, 
FRASER SIMON, . 
FREEMAN JOHN, 
GIBSON W D C, 
GRIBBLE & TEMBY, 
Hanson W S, 
Herve E F, 
Jaubert C, 



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LOWREY A ENOS, 
Meserve A Casey, 
Mitchell Peter, 
NOLAN A R BEN NAN, 
Ockcl Chas, 
Price C H, 

ROBERTS SAMUEL, 
SCH WEIS S, 

SOUTH WORTH SAMUEL, 
STEPHENS A PETERS, 
Thomas Enos, 
TORENEB CHAS, 
WEI DEM ANN C 1 1 EES, 
ALT GEORGE, 
ANSEEMO TOKEEEE 
ASH MORRIS, 
BECKER CHAS, 
BECKER J G, 
Ronstein L, 
Rrown J C A Co, 
CAHN A RLOCH, 
Chambers James, 
CHASE C C, 
CHELOVICH E, 
Milliktn, Willis A; Co, 
Muren Jacob, 
PABADISE FBANK, 
PEEBS J V, 
PENDOLA B, 
Stopher A Rradv, 
BECK Eli CEAUS, 
Buckh v Mrs A, 
DOI CAN HA KEY, 
Eckerman W L, 
Haupt ( 'aspcr, 
MUNCKTON JOSEPH, 
Noycs A Hall, 
Adams John, 
BACKER HENRY, 
BE EE 1 IDA. 
BELL HARRY, 
BcDin^'fT (no. 
BOBNHOLDT A COOK, 
Campbell M, 
Chappuis A. 
CLARESY JOHN, 
Clauss M R, 
Cowni A Sliter. 
DA EE EEC LOUIS, 
DESK()SIEi;S HENRY, 
DICKMAN A HINK, 
FRANSOINJ C A CO. 
ECKHOFF WM, 
EDWARDS A CROZIER, 
E8SELRURN L, 
Falardo C A Co, 
GALLEN A GROSSMAN, 
GUGNINA A MITCHELL, 
GUGNINA P. 
Harrington Daniel, 
HAZEETON B F, 
Herth in F, 
HODGEBS HENRY, 
Hoffman John, 
HOOPER AARON. 



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Horst Hermann, 
Hulley Thos, 
KELLY JAMES, 
KELLY" M G, 
KILLEEN J W, 
KNIGHT JAMES-, 
KRUTTSCHNITT A M A CO, 
LAWRENCE A VOLLMERS, 
LEGREE A MARTINONI, 
MARKEY EUGENE, 
Maver Henry, 

McCarthy timothy, 
medin a lucich, 
milatovich andrew, 
moody a riorden, 
murray w j, 
mueller charles, 
mueller a eichel, 

Odg( rs A Jewell, 
OLIVER A RROWN, 
Ol^DORFF A MAGEE, 
PARDEILLAN ISIDORE, 
PENH ALL JOHN, 
PERASICH M A CO, 
PETRI DAVID, 
PIDGE A PATTERSON, 
PIPER A PROS, 
PLATE JOHN H, 
REYDET A CO, 
RIEW JACOR, 
Rosenbrock John, 
ROSS RICHARD, 
Salsbury A James, 
SCHWAR GEO L, 
SHANAHAN A O'CONNOR, 
Shaney € A, 

SHIFFLER A WENTWORTH, 
SMITH LEVI, 
SPALDING V, 
Sommer Chas, 
STEEL O C, 
STEPHENS A, 
STOCKHAM Mrs JOHN S, 
Suize Mrs Marie, 
SULLIVAN A HENNESSY, 
TINKER A SHEPARD, 
VUCOVICH SPIRO, 
Webber A Gumbert, 
WILLIAMS A REYNOLDS, 

L.ivery Stables. 



Virginia 



Atherton Cole C (feed) , 

RENTON J M, 

David E, 

EDGECOMB E, 

KEYSER A ELROD '(feed) 

OGG SIMON, 

Dean Louis, 

HAMMOND A WILSON, 

Hymas A Co, 

Angell J F, 

DENNETTS PROS, 

RASTIAN C, 

DERRY A GARHART, 

MOONEY WILLIAM, 



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Lodging; Houses. 

Comstock & Rice, Carson City 

PIERCE Mrs HULDAH R, 

HALL WILLIAM, Gold Hill 

Winters Ebeneezer, " 

Dallam A P & Co, Reno 

MANS Mrs MARY E, 

Atkinson Mrs J M, Silver City 

Heise Mrs Maria, 

Beebee Mrs C M, Virginia 
Cbarles Mrs T, " 
CORNWELL Mrs MARY, 
GALLAGHER Mrs M, 
Hazzard Mrs F C, " 
LAWRENCE & VOLLMERS, 
Quinlan Mrs J, " 
ROSS Miss A, 
STEEL O C, 
Tillinghast Mrs A, 

Lumber Dealers. 

CARSON & TAHOE, (L & F Co) Carsn City 
Dunning & Chase, " 
El Dorado Wood & Flume Co, 
HAYNIE J W & CO, 
Carrick B H, Gold Hill 

Boyd , Reno 

YOUNG WM H, 

McGINNIS & CARRICK, Silver City 
LONKEY & SMITH, Virginia 
McFARLAND JOHN P & CO, 
Swain, Bradley & Co, " 
Webb & Mullard, 



Merchant 

JOHNSON J, 
McLOUGHLIN WM, 
MYERS H, 
Howard Bros, 
Davis L R, 
Downing J W, 
Hirsch S, 
O'NEILL JOHN, 
POSTIGLIONE & PRIDHAM, 
Shaney & Kaelble, 
WOLFF THEODORE, 



Tailors. 

Carson City 

Gold Hill 
Silver City 
Virginia 



Milliners. 



BROOKS Mrs ANNA, 
Pinniger Mrs E E, 
Reynolds Mrs A, 
WAGNER Mrs M J, 
Chase Mrs L M, 
Golden Miss M T, 
PRESCOTT JACOB, 
Jackson Mrs L E, 
Johnson J H, 
Loryea Mrs Sarah, 
Maguire Mrs M P, 
Noe Mrs E Page, 
WHYLAND D H, 



Carson City 



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intendents. 

(Suptsin Parenthesis.) 

Alta (Wm Derby) , Gold Hill 

Atlas Quartz Mill (John Flannery), 

Belcher (W H Smith) , 

Boston Quartz Mill (C C Stevenson) , 

Caledonia (Chas Forman) , 

Crown Point (S L Jones) , 

Douglas Quartz Mill (C C Stevenson), 

EASSIE W, (Mining superintendent) , 

Hopkins Geo W, (Secy Yellow Jacket) , 

Justice (C A Schultz), 

Knickerbocker (H V S McCullough), 

Leviathan (Jasper Babcock), 

New York (Robert Apple) , 

Niagara ( — Alperson) , 

Overman (new shaft, C Forman) , 

Pacific Quartz Mill (Wm Gray) , 

Papoose Quartz Mill (Chas Golden), 

Petaluma Quartz Mill, 

Rhode Island Mill (S L Jones), 

Sapphire Quartz Mill, 

Senator (H V S McCullough), 

Silver Hill (N C Hall), 

Succor (S B Segur), 

Taylor T G (sunt Yellow Jacket) , 

Waller's Defeat (C A Schultz), 

Woodville (Geo Honsinger), 

Woodville Quartz Mill (Fred Titus), 

Foote Geo (snpt Devil's Gate and 

Pioneer Quartz Mill) , Silver City 

Kelsey Quartz Mill, (Wm Partridge), " 

Stevenson C C (supt Hope Qrtz Mill) , " 

VINCENT THEO (Supt Bacon and 
Trench Mills), 

WESTERFIELD W J (Supt Sher- 
man Quartz Mill) , ' " 

Alabama, Virginia 

American Flat (E Strother), " 

Baltimore Con (E Strother) , " 

BIRDSALL D H (agt Giant Pow Co) , " 

BULLION, 

Columbia, " 
Elder Wilson (secy Con Va), " 
GRUSS JOSEPH (Mining secry), 
Jackson D H (supt N Con Va), " 
Ladv Bryan, " 
REQUA I L (supt Union M & M Co) , " 
Schultz E A (supt Bullion Min Co), 
STROTHER E (Mining supt), 
Superior, " 
Tahoe, " 
THORPE GUY (Mining secry) , 
UNION MILL (I L Requa) , 

Miscellaneous. 

HODKINS M W (Glove factory), 

Carson City 

Ayer O W (hay and grain), Reno 
Daley James L (hatter), Virginia 
LaBROUSSE ADe (Veterinary surg), " 
GUIOTT DENIS (Upholsterer), 
Webb & Mullard (planing mills ) , " 



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PI X LEY A McCONNELL, 

FRANKEL BROS, 



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Gold Hill 
Virginia 



DOUGLASS J M. 
ERLANGER A HESS, 
FRANKEL A BLOCK, 
MARYE GEO T, 
SPEYER BROS, 

Music A Musical 

KNOX WM N, 
KIERSKI A CO, 
LEVINSON J D, 



Instruments. 

Reno 
Virginia 



Vows Agents. 
Hall G W A Co, Gold Hill 

Davenport T 8, Silver City 

MacDONALD JAMES, Virginia 
ORNDORFF A ADKINSON, 

\e wspapers. 

CARSON DAILY APPEAL (Robin- 
son A Mighels), Carson Citv 

NEVADA DAILY TRIBUNE (E J, 

Parkinson), " 

GOLD HILL DAILY NEWS (Alf 

Doten), Gold Hill 

NEVADA STATE JOURNAL (C C 

PowinK), Reno 

RENO EVENING GAZETTE (Alex- 
ander A Havden), •? 

LTON COUNTY TIMES (Frank 

Kenyon), Silver Citv 

SILVER CITY REPORTER (Harry 
J Norton manager), " 

FOOTLIGHT (Brown A Mabanny), 

Virginia 

TERRITORIAL ENTERPRISE (En- 
terprise Publishing Co), " 

VIRGINIA EVENING CHRON- 
ICLE (D E McCarthy), 

Votaries Public. 

Logan W K. Austin 

Shannon A E, " 

Taylor Nathaniel, " 

Howard M B. Belmont 

DEALY J E, Carson City 
King S D, 

Martin Chas F, 11 

Pierce Eugene F, " 

Ferguson R D, Cherrv Creek 
Fuller J, 
Grey OH, 

Martin Len, Columbus 
Thatcher A M, 

Bigelow R R, Cornucopia 

Savage S A, " 

Hubbard Chas G, Eureka 

Laspeyre Thos, " 

Maupin Thos G, " 
Merrill G W, 

Molinelli Lambert, tf 



Rabbitts W N, 
Smith James Hay, 
Hausk Louis A, 
Cook Justin E, 
Blakesley L A, 
Turner P C, 
Young George, 
Rutherford G W, 
Greeley A L, 
Brower B F. 
Borland James H, 
Evans Pierce, 
Gilson John S, 
Gladding James F, 
Haydon Thomas E, 
Cowan David J, 
Crier John W, 
Foreman H L, 
Powell John jr, 
Huntley Robert, 
Meacham A D, 
DOUGLASS J H, 
Graham James H, 
LOVE W C, 
Lowery Robert E, 
Ricketts A H, 
Scanniker S P, 
STEARNS Captao N, 
Stonehill Ed B, 
Thorpe Guy, 
Williams Augustus, 
Briggs Robert, 
Rogers F, 
Chenoweth Chas, 



Eureka 
Gold Hill 
Hamilton 
Hot Springs 
Humboldt House 
lone 
Jefferson 
Jersey 
Mason Valley 
Poeville 
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Silver City 
Sutro 

Sprucemount 
Tuscarora 
Virginia 



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Oyster Saloons. 

CLESOVTCH M, fiarson City 

SVETINICH PETER, 

Connerton John, Virginia 

EVANS BROS, 

HEFFRON THOS, 

LEGATE C T, 

Painters. 

(See also Paints and Oils.) 

Anderson W, Carson City 

DICKSON J S, 

Schwartz M (glazier), " 

Torreyson WD, " 

Cooley Bros, Gold Hill 

ROBINSON A McKENZIE, 

Holt R W, Reno 

LAYCOCK A LUCAS, 

Isner D (glazier), Virginia 

McKEOWN THOS, 

Meadows Wm, " 
Nicholas A Coltman, " 
WELLS C C, 



Paints and Oil. 

(See also Painters.) 
Jewett A Miller,, 
FINNEY A MORIARTY, 
FREDERICKS JOSEPH, 



Gold Hill 
Virginia 



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Virginia 



Photographers. 



Marston C A, Carson City 

SWANANDER PER, 

BEALE A J, Gold Hill 

PETERSON C E & CO, 

Budden GWH, Reno 

HURD E, Virginia 

KEMP J C, 

LEE W T. 

Physicians. 

BRAMAN J J, Carson City 

DAVISON H B, 
G-rindley T R, 

Herrick L A (homeopathic), " 
MUNCKTON GEORGE, 
Waters J W, 
White F J, 

Falconer A F, Gold Hill 

HALL J U, 

KIRBY & SCHRABEL," 
MageeTJ, 
MANSON PETER, 

Bishop S, Reno 
CHASE R H, 
FRIEDRIECK C H, 
HOGAN A, 

JOHNSON J THOMAS, 
SNOW T N, 

Blackwood T, Silver City 

Burgi P, " 
Zabriskie C B, 

AIKEN P J, Virginia 
Aitchison Geo, " 
Bergstein H, " 
Betzel CW, 
COLLINS D B, 
CONN F M & F;W, 
ENGELS F H, 

FETTERMAN W W (homeopathic) , " 

FOWLER HR, 

GILLINGHAM C F, 

GRANT JOHN, 

GUFFINJA, 

HARRIS E B, 

HEATH MARK W, 

Hopkins H St George, " 
KNAPP H, 

Le Guen Thos, " 

Magee T J, " 

MANSON J, 

McLEAN DONALD, 

PACKER & TUFTS, 

PRITCHARD MAURICE, 

Robinson B, " 

SNYDER N S, 

Stevenson E (homeopathic) , " 
Thomas Geo F, " 
Van Zandt J W, 
Webber R N, 
ZANGERLE JOHN B, 



Plumbers and Gasfitters. 



MILLS RICHARD, 

Adams Chas, 
Delay & Casey, 
FARRELL J J, 

peasley & mercer, 
robertson a a, 
treat & Mcdonald, 
young & ryno, 

Postmasters. 



Carson City 
Virginia 



Carson City 
Gold Hill 
Reno 
Silver City 
Virginia 



WHITE G C, 
Marshall J B, 
JAMESON S M, 
DAVENPORT THEO S, 
ADKISON D 0, 

Printers. 



(See also Newspapers.) 
BROWN & MAHANNY, Virginia 
WESTLEY & ALBERTSON (Rub- 
ber stamps & metal signs), " 



Carson City 

Gold Hill 
Reno 

Virginia 



Produce. 

Chandler J H, 
PERASICH G, 
Ignasios Antone, 
SALISBURY N J, 
SANDERS A, 
Allen J A, 
Cooper & Hill, 
HATCH BROS, 
HUGHES P T, 
McGURN T R, 
READ SHAW W J, 

Railroad Agents. 

Bender D A (Genl Fght agt V & T), 

Carson City 

Niles E, 

HENRY WM, Gold Hill 

COFFIN W W, Reno 
Higgins H W, " 
Stoddard C H, 
Tavlor C N, 
AVRATTEN J E, 

Real Estate [Agents, 

Haskell D H, Reno 
STEARNS Captain N, Virginia 



Restaurants. 



BARRONS MICHAEL. 
BEAM J L, 
EPSTEIN LOUIS B, 
FRISBIE Mrs M A, 
HUNT JAMES, 
KAISER DEITRICH, 
LAWRENCE HENRY 
STRYKER JOHN, 
BECKER J P, 
Dufrey Geo, 
RADOVICH & MANN, 
WALCH JOHN E, 
Dallam A P & Co, 



Carson City 



L, 



Gold Hill 



Reno 



Rarest selection of Jewelry, Watches, etc., in the State at H, Wachhorst's, 79 J st Sac. 



For FINE CLOTHING, go to H. B BTJRLINGAME'S, No, 146 J street, Sacramento. 



SEW 



N E V A D A 

CLASSIFIED. 



TEL 



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BECKER J J, Reno 
Keliher Patrick, " 
NO YES HARRY N, 
WELCH S E, 

BEIL Mrs J S. Virginia 
CHAUMOND E. 

Connerton John, " 

Crowe Mrs J S, " 

DEWEY J C, 

DICKINSON JOHN, 

DON OO HUE WM, 

DWYER TIMOTHY, 

ESCALIN AUGU8T, 

FITZMIER A ARMBRUST, 

FLICK C L, 

KLUBSHUTZ J M, 

OAINES RICHARD, 

GERATY OWEN, 

Hayes Mrs D, M 
HEFFRON THOS, 
Herbold A Co, 
JEPSON TITUS, 
KEHOE DKNis, 

Kingsburv S A, " 
K< )S S.MANN E, 
LOVELY N A BRO, 

makstretti a co. 
mayes william. 
Mcdonald me, 

Monaco A Delpui, " 
Mooney Miss Anna, " 
SPAAR JOHN, 
STONE A HUGHES, 
RYAN W B, 

Bewtag HacMlne Agent*. 

BRADLEY MORRIS G (Davis), Reno 
GREEN W O (Singer), Virginia 
Ranistk-11 C G (Florence), " 
WOOD BENJAMIN (Howe), 

Stage Lines. 

BENTON J M, 
Irwin Tbos, 
Tuller A CTugage, 
BENNETTS BROS, 



Carson Cito 



Silver City 
state Officers. 

BRADLEY L R (Governor) , Carson City 

ADAMS J W (Lt Governor), 

Minor J D (Secy of State), 

Schooling Jerry (Treasurer), 
I HO BART W W (Controller), 

K1TTRELL JOHN R (Atty Gcnl), 

DAY JOHN (Surveyor Genl), 

Kelly S P (Supt Pub Ius), 

Whitehill H E (Mineralogist)) 
I Mitchell A B (Librarian), 

Hill J J (State Printer), 

CAHRARD WM (Governor's Secy), 

Hawley Thos P (Chf Justice S Court) 

BE ATTY WM II (Associate Justice) , 
| Leonard O R (Associate Justice), 

BICKNELL CHAS (Clk Sup Court), 



Stock Brokers, 

KELLY A HOFEE. Virginia 
I PIXLEY A McCONNELL, 
Rice A Peters, 

FRANKEL BROS, Gold Hill 

Keating R P A Co, 

CLARKE W H A CO, Virginia 

DREXLER L P A CO, 

Driscoll D A Co, 

ERLANGER A HESS, 

FRANKEL A BLOCK, 

MARYE GEO T, 

Pratt W P A Co, 

RALSTON A BRAZELL, 

SPEYER BROS, 



Stoves and Tinware. 

Rail E B, Carson City 

WAGNER P A A CO, 
GALLATIN D S A CO, Gold Hill 

Bosch Fred, Reno 
Babcock C P, Virginia 
COCHRAN ROBT, 
Gillig John, 

peasley a mercer, 
treat a Mcdonald, 
young geo, 
young a ryno, 

Tailors, 

Jacobs A, 
Marks Joseph, 
Millard Thomas, 
SCHULTZ A H, 
Schultz F, 

ADLER BERNARD, 
Anderson Chas, 
Asher S, " 
Dattalbaum Ph, 
FRIEDLANDER G, 
Goldberg S, 
GOUNSKY J, 

Harris Isaac, " 
Horigan John, " 
Isaacs Joseph, " 
Johnson S, " 
Marshall Thos, 

Meyer Isidore, " 
Sholl Jacob, " 
Siegel David, " 
Wilde Win, 
WOOD BENJAMIN, 

Teamsters. 
GALLAGHER THOS, Gold Hill 

NELSON J C, 
SAVAGE A A, 



Carson City 



Gold Hill 
Reno 
Virginia 



Telegraph Agents. 

FARRELL JAMES F, Carson City 

PIXLEY E B, 

Chubbuck S W, Gold Hill 

FITZPATRICK JOHN F, 
BELL FRANK, Reno 
Phillips WD, 



H. WACHHORST, JEWELER, No. 79 J STREET, SACRAMENTO, CAL. 



Daily Evening Post, S.F., Largest Circulation; 15c a week; by mail, $6 a year, postage 70c. 



231 



TIN 



NEVADA. 

CLASSIFIED. 



WOO 



Wilbur AH, - Reno 

Douglass J F, Silver City 

BENDER W S, Virginia 
SENF GEO, 

Tinners. 

MILLS RICHARD, Carson City 

ROBERTSON A A, Virginia 

Undertakers. 

La Riviere Nelson, Gold Hill 

PEARCE & ESTEP, Virginia 
Wilson & Brown, " 
United States Officers. 

CRAWFORD JAS (Supt U S Mint) , 

Carson City 
HARRIS C N (Register U S Land 
Office), 

Hillyer E W (Judge U S Dist Court) , " 
Wright S C (Receiver U S Land Office) , " 
Ash Augustus (U S Marshal), Virginia 
Davis E S (U S Surveyor General), " 
Hill WH (U S Gauger), 
Mathewson J H (Depty U S Rev Coll) , " 

Varieties. 

BERNHARD & COLLINS, Carson City 
Crumwell Oliver, " 
Calimberti Joseph, " 
Chandler J H, 

Fox John G, " 
IVANCOVICH BROS, 
PERASICH G, 

Berliner Emil, Gold Hill 

CAHEN A, 
GALLUP OH, 

Marshall J B, " 
Thierman A, " 
Thorburn D, 

BROOKINS C J, Reno 

CUNNINGHAM G W. 

DAVENPORT THEODORE, Silver City 

Hodges Isaac A, " 

ANGUIS N, Virginia 

BEMBAUM W, 

DAPELLO LOUIS, 



Lubelski Mrs R, Virginia 
NOBILE & LUCHETICH, 
NOVACOVICH J, 
Packsher S, 
PALMER C M & CO, 
SUBOTICH A, 
TAYLOR BROS, 
Travies Samuel, 
VUCANOVICH P L, 

Wagon and Carriage Makers. 

Fox Jacob, Gold Hill 

Randall J, " 

Watchmakers " and Jewelers. 

(See also Watches and Jewelry.) 

MILLER L, Gold Hill 

DeBELL JOSEPH, Reno 

Barrelet A, Silver City 

Harris Charles, Virginia 
MAIRET A J, 

Reisen A, " 
ROTHENBUCHER J, 

Wsii eiies and Jewelry. 

(See also Watchmakers and Jewelers.) 

friend c w 
Mclaughlin h c, 
davidson s n, 

Predrick I, 
Block H, 
BUTCH L C, 
HANAK S, 
MANNING WM, 
Melluish F, 

Wholesale Uiqnors 

BRISACHER A & CO, 
KELLY JAMES, 
TAYLOR THOS & CO, 

Wood and Coal. 

HAYNIE J W & CO, Carson City 

YOUNG WM H, Reno 
BREED & CROSBY, Virginia 
HOBART, MARLETTE & CO, 



Carson City 
Reno 
Virginia 



Virginia 



VERANDA HOTEL, 



J. L, BAILIE, 



Proprietor, 



IONE CITY, CAL. 



The Table and Rooms will be under the supervision of 

The Table is always supplied with the best the market 
affords. 



For the Very Best Photographs, go to Bradley & Rulofson, 429 Montgom ery-st. S. F. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 235 



THE ALAMEDA ENCINAL 

F. K. KRAUTH, Proprietor, 

ALAMEDA, CAL. 



The rich and fertile section of country through which this 
paper circulates makes it one of the best 

ADVERTISING MEDIUMS 

In the Bay Counties. 



ADVERTISEMENTS INSERTED AT REASONABLE 

RATES. 



THE WEEKLY 

ANTIOCH LEDGER, 

DEVOTED TO 

COUNTY AND HOME NEWS. 



Has a large Circulation throughout tha County, 

Making it a desirable Advertising Medium and 

Job Work of all kinds neatly executed. 



236 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Hill's Ferry, Grayson and Bantas 




W. C. ISRAEL, Proprietor, 

BANTAS, CAIi. 



Stages connect daily with trains of the Central Pacific 
Railroad, at Bantas, for above places, from MAY 1st to 
NOVEMBER 1st, and every other day from NOVEMBER 
1st to MAY 1st. 

Good Coaches and fine Stock used, and no pains spared 
to make travelers as comfortable as possible. 

FIRST CLASS HOUSE. 



DANIELS & BEAN, 

PROPRIETORS OP THE 

UNION HOTEXj, 

Cor. Main and Third Sts., Chico, Cal. 

Free Omnibus to the House from all Trains. 

^jj^^ikiQI^^^^s^ ^^O^d^^l^^^i ^i^^^^^^lf ^^^iJ^^tJ^ 

F. D. SEARCY, - - Proprietor, 

BROADWAY, OPPOSITE CENTRAL HOTEL, 

CHICO. BUTTE COUNTY, CAL. 
GLOVES MADE TO ORDER, CHEAP, FOR CASH. 

LASH LEATHER of all kinds always on hand. 

CASH PAID FOR HIDES AND PELTS. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



237 



BUTTE RECORD, 

GEO. H. CROSETTE, Proprietor, 

CHICO, BUTTE COUNTY, CAIi. 

This paper is in its Twenty-fourth Volume, placing it 
among the oldest papers in the State. 

The RECORD circulates throughout Butte and sur- 
rounding counties, making it a fine medium for business 
men wishing to advertise in that section. 

"CHICO ENTERPRISE? 

ED. HOOLE, Proprietor, 

CHICO, - - - BUTTE CO., CAI,. 

The Enterprise is one of the Best and most Popular 
papers of northern California. Parties wishing to advertise 
in this locality cannot do better than patronize the Enter- 
prise. 

Advertisements sent direct to the publisher will be 
inserted on reasonable terms. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS 




CIAS. L. NELSON, 

HORSE SHOES, 

Second Street, Chico, Cal. 



HEAVY AND LIGHT HORSE SHOEING 
In most Approved Style. 



raw™ 



mm 



W. S. WALKER 



MM 



Proprietor, 



Cloverdale, Sonoma County, Cal. 



Published Ifirj TLusday, it $3.00 pw Ytu. 

NEUTKAL IN POLITICS— DEVOTED TO HOME INTERESTS 



JOB PRINTING of every description neatly and promptly executed. 



Vu ik Slit Stags Compu y. 



'3 



CLOVERDALE TO BARTLETT SPRINGS, 

VIA THE 

GEYSER AND SttUAW CREEK ROADS. 

DIRECT ROUTE TO 

Highland Springs, Kelseyville, Lakeport, Upper Lake, 
Witter Springs, and Pearson Springs. 

Connecting with Colusa Line at Bartlett's, carrying the United State 3 Mails and Wells, Fargo & 
Co.'b Express. New Coaches ; Good Stock and Careful Drivers. 

The Squaw Creek Road, which has but recently been completed, affords an easy grade, and the 
scenery the entire route is unexcelled in any part of the State. By this route passengers arrive at 
Colusa from Cloverdale in two days. 



SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. 

Connecting with Cars at Cloverdale every day — both ways. 



JASPER LINVILLE, Cloverdale. 



OUR AGENTS : 



W. W. GREENE, Lakeport. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS 



239 




Only 18 Hours Staging from Men- 
docino to Cloverdale. 

The Company's Coaches will LEAVE Mendocino City 

Every 

Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, 

A.T 12 M., 
Until further notice, and ARRIVE at the North Fork at 

6 o'clock P. M. 

Leave North Fork at 6 o'clock A. M., next morning 1 , arriving at Cloverdale in time 
for the 3:30 train to San Francisco, thus enabling passengers to go through from 
Mendocino to San Francisco in one day and a half. Returning, will leave Clover- 
dalo every 

Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, 

On arrival of morning train from San Francisco, at 6 o'clock A. M., arriving at 
Mendocino next day at 2 o'clock P. M., connecting with Seavey's line of Stages for 
Casper, Noyo and Ten-Mile River. 

This line is now stocked with the best Coaches and Horses. No apprehension 
need be entertained on account of bad drivers, for we will employ none but the best 
in the country. 

Through Tickets can be had of 

L. A. MORGAN, Agent, Mendocino City. 
M. GETZ, Santa Rosa, Cal. 



COLUSA HOUSE, 

FIFTH STREET, COITUS A. 



The undersigned having become sole proprietor of the above well known and 
popular Hotel, returns thanks for the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on the 
house, and assures the public that no pains will be spared on his part to merit a 
continuance of the same. 

The House is large, well ventilated, and affords superior accommodations for 
transient or permanent boarders. C. C. CROMMER, 



240 CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 

COLFAX ENTERPRISE, 

BEN. FRANK & CO., Proprietors, 
C O L F A. X, 

FILACER COUNTY, CALIFORNIA. 



The Enterprise is new, but bids fair to being a fixture 
of Placer County. 

It has a section of country for circulation that is not 
reached by any other interior paper, making it a desirable 
medium for advertising. 

slHWObWE 



F. W. BLAKE, Prop'r. 

Established 1871. HOLLISTER, CAL. 

The Advance is upon a good foundation, well conducted, 
and a popular paper in its locality. 

The locality is one of the most nourishing in the State, making 
The Advance an excellent medium of advertising for business men. 



JB^BOOK AND JOB PEINTING attended to in all its 
branches. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS 



241 



J. W. COTTEN, 

Notary Public & Heal Estate Agent, 

DIXON, CAL. 

Desirable Farms in different parts of California. Hotels, 
Stores, and other Business chances, For Sale. 

Deeds, Mortgages, "Wills, Leases, Bills of Sale, Powers of Attorney, properly 
Drawn, on Reasonable Terms. 



OITY HOTEL, 

FRAHM BROTHERS, - - Proprietors, 

DIXON, CAIi. 



DUTCH FLAT HOTEL, 

MALLOWS & VOIGHT, - - - Proprietors, 

DtTCII FLAT, CAL. 

SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS. 

COACH TO AND FROM THE C. P. R. R. DEPOT. 



FOURTH STREET, - - - HOLLISTER. 

HARRIS & PEAVEY, - PROPRIETORS. 

Excellent Accommodations for Families. 

FREE COACH TO THE HOUSE. 



242 CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 

THE DAILY AND WEEKLY 

HUMBOLDT TIMES* 

Published at Eureka, Humboldt County, Cal. 

Office, corner of F and Third Sts. 



J. E. WYMAN and W. S. WYMAN, Editors and Prop'rs. 



THE DAILY HUMBOLDT TIMES, 

Published every morning, except Monday. Mail Subscrip- 
tion rate : One year, $12.00. 

THE WEEKLY TIMES, 

Published Every Saturday Morning. Mail Subscription Price : One 

Year, $3.50. 



THE DAILY TIMES has the largest circulation of any daily 
published in Northern California. The price charged for ad- 
vertisements in the Daily Times is no more, and in some cases 
less, than the price charged by journals which have not more 
than half or even one-third the circulation of the Times. 

THE WEEKLY TIMES has the largest circulation throughout 
the country. Merchants, manufacturers, and all chesses of 
business men will find its columns a very valuable medium to 
advertise in. 



Connected with the Establishment is a, 

Steam Book and Job Printing 1 Office. 




CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



243 





t Jiisial 




PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT 



UNITED STATES OFFICIAL PAPER. 



OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF EUREKA. 



Subscription Price, - $3.00 per Annum. 



Daily Eyeiiis Signal 



OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF EUREKA. 



(the Reader in $it\j awl bounty f ttMligen^ 



SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 

Ten Dollars per Annum, in Advance. 

DAVID E. GOKDOK Publisher and Editor. 



244 CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



The Gilroy Independent 

S. Ii. if AXW ELL, PROP'R. 

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. 
A FIRST-RATE MEDIUM 

For advertisers to introduce their goods 

^Through the Santa Clara Valley 



TEEMS, - - - REASONABLE 



PUBLISHED BY DRY DEN & VAUGHN. 
Office corner Monterey and Martin Sts. , Cilroy, Cal. 

Htgr" Devoted to Literature and General Intelligence. , =gS§r 

JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS 

AT REASONABLE RATES. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



245 




AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO 
LOCAL AFFAIRS, THE INTERESTS OF THE FOOT-HILLS 
OF CALIFORNIA, AND TO MISCELLANEOUS, 
FAMILY READING. 



PUBLISHED AT GRASS VALLEY, NEVADA COUNTY, CAL. 



A large, 30x44, eight-page quarto, 48-column, handsome weekly. Grass 
Valley, the " Golden Heart of California," the central town of the foot-hill 
region, celebrated alike for its gold quartz mines, its vine-clad hills, its extensive 
orchards, its cosy homes and delightful climate, has a population of 7,0H3, the 
county 19, 134, and the adjoining foot-hill counties (none of which contain a p*per 
of this character and scope), fifty to sixty thousand. Circulation 1,500, and on 
the increase. General Advertising, of a proper character to go in the family 
circle, inserted at the rate of $1 per month for each inch of column space. One 
column, half a ytar, or half a column one year, 25 per cent, discount, and one 
column one year, 50 per cent, discount from the above rates Special and read- 
ing noti^s double these rates. Lottery and private medical advertisements not in- 
serted at any pnce, 

S G. LEWIS Proprietor. 



[ESTABLISHED 1864. 



Grass Valley Daily Union, 

GBASS VALLEY, NEVADA COUNTS', CAL. 

CHAS. H. MITCHELL, - - Proprietor. 



The Only Daily Published in this City. 



Gives reliable reports of the Quartz 
Mining" of the District. 



A FIRST-CLASS ADVERTISING MEDIUM. 



All kinds of Job Work Neatly Executed. 



246 CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 




A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, 
PUBLISHED AT HEALDSBUK&, SONOMA COUNTY, CAL. 

" -I5Y- 

JORDAN BROS. 

LESLIE A. JOBDAX, A. ». JORDAN. 



Size, 25 by 38; Subscription Price, per year— 
$3 per year when Paid in Advance; Making 
it one of the Cheapest Papers in the State. 



Healdsburg is one of the most important towns in Cali- 
fornia, being adjacent to the Geyser, Litton and Skaggs 
Springs, and in the center of the Quicksilver Mining Eegion. 
It is also situated in a rich Farming, Wine, and Fruit-grow- 
ing District — making it a most prosperous section of the 
Pacific Slope. The climate is salubrious, and the crops 
never-failing. 



The Flag has a Large Circulation 

In Sonoma County (particularly the Northern portion), 
And in the adjoining counties. 

IT IS IN THE NINTH YEAR OF ITS EXISTENCE. 



Send for Specimen Copy and Rates of Advertising. 



HCgg^ Objectionable Advertisements will not be inserted 
at any price. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



247 




ESTABLISHED 1855. 



Tae Oldest, Largest and Most Widely Clreakted 
Paper is the County, 



PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, 

— AT — 

Z&CK£0,Tij, AMADOR QjO),_ t M£e 
RICHARD WEBB, Prop'r. 

THE 

Ama clop Ulspmfekf 

PUBLISHED EVEBY SATUKDAY, BY 
Editor and Proprietor. 



Terms : One year, $4; 6 months, $2. 



Office, Opposite P. REICHLINC'S BANKING HOUSE, 

• MAIN STREET, JACKSON, CAE. 



248 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS 



THE 




A. A. R. UTTING, Editor and Proprietor, 

Main Street, Lakeport^ 



Subscription, $3 a year, in Advance. 



The Lake Democrat has the largest circulation of any 
paper published or circulated in Lake County. Also circu- 
lates largely in the counties of Napa and Sonoma. 

ADVERTISING RATES FAIR AND REASONABLE. 

Job Work of alt descriptions done in a neat and satisfactory style. 



The Most Complete Job Office in the County. 




PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, 



R. R. BUNKER. C. B. PORTER. 

BUNKER & PORTER, - - Publishers and Proprietors. 
Office, Gazette Building, Main Street, 
MARTINEZ. 

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. 

Established in 1858. 

sis m suBsoBiraoH: 

For One Year $4 00 

If paid in advance 3 00 

ADVERTISING RATES: 

One Dollar per ineh per month, unless otherwise specified.* 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 249 



THE OLDEST WEEKLY 

ON THE 



ESTABLISHED IN 1851. 



C. B. HIG-BY, - - - Proprietor, 

'E1£UMH! Hill, 



Corner D and Second Streets, 
MAEYSVILLE. 



THOMAS BROPHY, Proprietor, 

GEORGE WAPPEL Superintendent. / 



The Only First-Class House in Marysville. 



IB _A_T IH 



Telegraph. Office, and General Stage 
Office for all Points. 



250 CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



THE 




MONTEEE HT. 



WM. L. LA ROSE, - - - - - Publisher and Proprietor. 



THE CALIFORNIA]^ circulates in a section not supplied by any 
other local paper and in California's oldest town, causing it to be a 




RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: 

One Fear $Jf.OO 

Six Months 2.00 




MODESTO, C_AJL. 



J. D. SPENCER, - - - PROPRIETOR. 



Published in a large and fertile district — having a large circula- 
tion — going into many business houses and families; thus making 
it a 

A Splendid Means of Advertising, 

At Reasonable Rates. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



251 



THE DIXON TRIBUNE 

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, AT 

Dixon, Solano County, California, 

BY Tt. T3. HOPKINS. 

Office, on Railroad Avenue, near Depot, 

ADJOINING D. B. AUFF'S OFFICE.; 
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: 

Per Year, - - - $300 | Six Months, - - $2.00 

|Invariably in Advance, if Delivered at the Postoffice. 

City Subscribers, served by Carrier, will be charged One Dollar per quarter 
of three months, quarterly in advance. 

ADVERTISING RATES.— For each Square of Ten lines, first inser- 
tion, $2.00; for each subsequent insertion, $1.00. tf&'A liberal discount 
made to quarterly or yearly advertisers. 




PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT 



Healdsburg, Sonoma County, Cal. 
Bv MULGREW BROTHERS & SWAN, 



TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, 

Three Dollars a Year, in Advance. 



Rates of Advertising. — Legal advertisements, $1.50 per square for the 
first insertion, and $1.( per square for each subsequent insertion. Adver- 
tisements not inserted for a specified time will be published until ordered 
discontinued, and charged for accordingly. 



A Liberal Discount made to Quarterly and Yearly Ad- 
vertisers. 



252 CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 


4 H. D. QUINN, 4 
HATTER, 

^87 J STREET, 

Between Third and Fourth, 

DRESS HATS. 

Lidlii' J Fan. 


Union Eatd, 

MAIN STREET, 

NEVADA CITY GAL 

JACOB NAFFZIGEE, Prop'r. 

Jg^^^IRST.pLASS^CCOMMODATIONS. 


This House is all that can be desired as a Home, 
the Rooms being comfortable, 

THE TABLE WELL SUPPLIED, 

^a#U \^ \& '■ g/<*frJi.%JiMi<^ 

ETC. 

One of the Largest Hotels in the 
Interior. 


Him Hi 

OPPOSITE BAILROAD STATION, 

MOBBSTO, S41 e 

J. W. TRANER, - ■ Proprietor. 

This elegant Hotel, just refitted and renovated 
throughout, is now ready for the accommodation 
of the public. Passengers by train or stage will 
find the accommodations first-class. The 

BEST "WINES, 

^IQUCmS AND 

AT THE BAR. 

Leave the ROSS HOUSE for COULTERVILLE, 
LAGRANGE, and other stations, on MONDAY, 
WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, returning alternate 
days. 


ST. CHARLES HOTEL 

R. C. WORNES, Proprietor, 
MONTEREY, CAL. 

Conducted on the European plan — 
First-class in every respect. 

Overlooking the Bay and surrounding country. 

The Summer Eesort of California 

GEO. F. WELLS, 

AGENT FOR THE 

NEW AMERICAN 

Self-Threading, Shuttle ; Self-Regulating Ten- 
sion ; Self-Settiug Needle. 

fg^* First Premium Centennial Exhibition. 

Also, a large assortment of Sheet Music, Violins, 
Accordeons, Guitars, etc.; Mason & Hamlin Or- 
gans and Decker Pianos. 

Star Building, Main-st, Mendocino 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



253 




^5© ~ w ^ 

ROBERT J. STEELE, Proprietor, 

MERCED, CAL. 

J^N JnDEPENDENT jJoURNAL, 

The Advocate of the People's Rights. 
AN EIGHT-PAGE FAMILY AnTcOMMERCIAL NEWSPAPER. 

Merced being on the route to the YOSEMITE VALLEY, makes the 
Argus a desirable medium for advertisers. It has a circulation through a 
good Agricultural and Stock district. 

Per Year, $3 00 | Six Months, - $2 00 

ADVERTISEMENTS INSERTED AT FAIR RATES. 




DAILY .AND WEEKLY. 



DAILY issued EYERY DAY, Sunday excepted, at 4 P. M. 
WEEKLY issued every SATURDAY MORNING. 



The Registbb is the bost Advertising medium in Napa County, 
being the largest and having the greatest circulation. It is the 
Official Paper of the City and County. 



For terms, etc., address 



G. M. FRANCIS, 
Publisher and Proprietor, Napa, Cal. 



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CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS 



E. A. HARRINGTON. H. J. SCHELLENGER. 

Marysville and Colusa Stage Company, 

Carrying U. S. Mails and W., F. & Co's Express, 

74 E Street, opposite Masonic Hall, MARYSVILLE. 



Semi-Daily between Marysville and Colusa, connecting with trains for San Fran- 
cisco, Sacramento, Oroville and Chico. Also, with Stages running from Colusa to 
Princeton, Newville, Tehama, Chico and intermediate points. 

E. A. HARRINGTON, Ag't, Marysville. ROBERT BARNETT, Ag't, Colusa. 




BROAD STREET, NEYADA CITY. 



CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. 



OFFICERS— E. M. Preston. President ; T. W. Sigouruey, Vice President ; John T. Morgan' 
Cashier. Dibectoks— Dr. H. 0. Hunt, Geo. M. Hughes, Thos. Mein, John T. Morgan, T. W. Sigour- 
ney, Geo. A. Cooper, E. M. Preston. 

Receive deposits, buy and sell exchange. Purchase Gold Dust and Bullion. Highest price paid 
for City and County Warrants. Draw Checks on San Francisco, San Jose, Sacramento, Virginia Citj, 
and Los Angeles. Also, sell exchange on New York and all the principal Europt an cities. Make 
collections and transact a general Banking business. 

CORRESPONDENTS.— San Francisco, First National Gold Bank ; San Jose, Farmers' Na- 
tional Gold Bank ; New York, First National Bank. 




CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



255 




One hundred Rooms, larjre Bize, well Tentilated, and el*>gantiy furnished. This hotel is at Napa 
City, in the midst of one of the most lovely and charming valleys in the world. The climate is re- 
markable for its uniform temperature and salubrity. Napa City is 40 miles from San Francisco and 
60 mile* from Sacramento, on the Railroad lines extending to the Napa Soda Springs, White 
Sulphur, Calistoga and the Geysers. This hotel will be conducted as a first-class house in all respects, 
and its tables supplied with the choicest meats and viands. LUKE KELLY, Proprietor. 




BROAD STREET, NEVADA. 



8. .A.. EDDY, - - PROPRIETOR. 



Centrally Located. The Best Place for Business Men. 

This well known hotel is always open for the accommodation of the traveling public. Large ad- 
ditions have been made to it, and been fitted np in elegant style. The sleeping rooms are large, airy 
and comfortable, and the table will compare favorably with that of any other hotel in the State. The 
proprietor will spare no pains or expense to render his guests comfortable. 

STAGES for all parts of the State have their offices at this hotel. The house is kept open all 
nijrht for the acc .mmodation of the travelling public. BILLIARD TABLES AND BAR connected 
with the hotel. FREE CARRIAGE TO HOTEL. A share of the public patronage is respectfully so- 
li' it" I. S. A. EDDY Proprietor. 




No. 63 Broad Street, Nevada City. 

BOARD AND LODGING BY THE DAY OR WEEK. 

Hotel conveniently situated and kept In the very best style. Choice Wines 
and Liquors at the Bar. F. EILERMAN, Proprietor. 



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CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ESTABLISHED SEPTEMBER 6th, 1860. 




'TO 



Cor. Broad and Pine Streets, 

NEVADA CITY, CAL* 



BROWN & WATSON, PROPRIETORS. 



THE DAILY TRANSCRIPT IS THE 

I**?**! ft 



IT jIVES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO 



tmnty ||etos anir i\t gbbetoputettt of ^totul ^ntttt&tz, 

AND IS AN EXCELLENT MEDIUM FOR ADVERTISERS. 



Terms, in Advance, $10.00 per Year 

For a less time, $1.00 per Month 



OF ALL KINDS 

JSTeatly and promptly executed at reasonable rates. 

BROWN & WATSON, Proprietors. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



257 



EVENING fllifll 



IS THE: 



Leading 1 newspaper in Oakland, Cal. 



It has moro than Double the Circulation of any other paper pub- 
lished in Alameda County. It is the only paper in Oakland that 
receives and publishes the Associated Press Dispatches simultane- 
ously with the San Francisco Dailies. It publishes the 

Latest, Fuilest Most Reliable Local Reports 

^ ITS EDITORIALS^. 

Are written by the Best Talent in the State, and its News Depart- 
ments are always full and complete. It contains a daily epitome of 



AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM, THE TRIBUNE HAS 

nsro EQTJAJL 

IN ALAMEDA COUNTY. 
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 

One Year Six Dollars 

Six Months Four Dollars 

Three Months Two Dollars and Fifty Cents 

Served by Carriers at Fifteen Cents a Week. 

TBIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. 



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CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



G^T EE E ^© 

SATURDAY MERCURY, 



Formerly the Red Bluff Independent ; since 1874, The 
People's Cause. Originally established in 1860. 



f h« Oldwt Vimpapu FaMitdud ii Tihama Coutj. 



PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 



THE SATURDAY MERCURY is the great Popular Family Journal of 
Northern California; the Cheapest paper of its size outside of the great cities. 
Three Dollars a year to single subscribers ; in Clubs of five, Two Dollars and Fifty 
Cents each. 

THE SATURDAY MERCURY is published in the midst of the finest Agri- 
cultural, Wool-Growing, Manufacturing and Lumber regions in the State. It is the 
representative newspaper of its section, hence the best Advertising medium in the 
upper Sacramento Valley. 

THE SATURDAY MERCURY.— The journalistic trinity— Independent, as 
of old — as jealous in the People's Cause as when it bore the title, a veritable Mer- 
cury — it visits the homes and firesides of its thousands of readers, better for the new 
christening, more chaste for the new plan, and destined to become more popular 
than ever before. 



Serenl Okoiee California Sfoii@§ 

Will appear in its Columns during ihe Year 1877. 



THE SATURDAY MERCURY Advertising rates will be furnished on appli- 
cation. 

Address, after January 15th, 1877, The Saturday Mercury, Red Bluff, Cal. 

L. D. CLARK, Editor and Proprietor. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



259 



JJnITED JStATES jpioTEL 
Montgomery Street, Oroville. 

H. W. HOOPS PROPRIETOR. 



The proprietor of this large and commodious Hotel has lately added an 
addition to his house, making it one of the most convenient hotels for Fam- 
ilies in Northern California. 

Board and Lodging at Reduced Rates, 

A SHARE OF PUBLIC PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED. 



PUBLISHED AT 

Pacheco, Contra Costa County, California 



C. CHADWICK PEOPEIETOE. 



The editor strives to make his paper one of local interest, and without 
official favors has succeeded in firmly establishing it. 

It Circulates Among the Better-Class 
Farmers and Tradesmen 

Of this fertile County, and is an especial means for Advertisers to 
benefit themselves. 

C. CHADWICK, Proprietor. 



JAMES I. HODGES, 

Livery , Feed I Sale Stables 

Fourth Street, Hollister, Cal. 



Furnishes at once the most Stylish Turnouts south of San 

Francisco. 



260 CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 




J Street, bet, Fourth and Fifth, SACRAMENTO. 

Teeth Insetted en geld, Vulcanite mi ill Esses. 

NITROUS OXIDE OR LAUGHING GAS ADMINISTERED FOR THE 



PAINLESS EXTRACTION OF TEETH. 




PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY 

W. A. SELKIRK, PLAGERVILLE, GAL. 



SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 

One Year , $5 00 

Six Months 3 00 

Three Months 1 50 

One Month, payable to Carrier Fifty Cents 



Twenty per cent discount for payment in advance. 



RATES OF ADVERTISING. 

One Square (250 ems nonpareil) first insertion, $1.50 ; each subsequent insertion, 
$1.00 per square. Special rates for standing advertisements. 



AGENTS. 



L. P. FISHER San Francisco. 

THOS. BOYCE San Francisco. 

W. B. LAKE San Francisco. 

C. W. CRANE San Francisco. 

S. M. PETTINGILL & CO., 37 Park Row New York. 

GEO. P. ROWELL & CO., 41 Park Row New York. 



GIRAUD & PITCHER, 

IMPORTERS OF 

COH A. FL DWA IFL E,cO 

AND DEALERS IN^O 

fatten (Btfflfiw, $tMm y autr patcjiraato' 

Tools and Materials, Assay ers Glassware and Crucibles, 

OPERA, FIELD AND MARINE GLASSES, 

No. 154 J Street, SACRAMENTO. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 261 



THE PET ALUM A 




PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY EVENING. 



W. F. SHATTUCK, - - PROPRIETOR 



Subscription Price, - $3.00 per Year. 

The Currier is a Family Paper, devoted to the Interests 
of Petaluma in particular, and Sonoma 
County, in general. 



Connected with this establishment is a First-class 




ESTABLISHMENT, 

In which every description of Plain and Ornamental 




Will be executed with Neatness and Dispatch, and at 



SA2T FRANCISCO PRICES. 



262 



CALIFORNIA. ADVERTISEMENTS. 



s Times & Gazette, g> 

A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, PUBLISHED AT 

MMDWWKD USSY, SAH M4f I© OOUHTT. 
IF TWITS MWMMT FAMILY 

And Place of Business in the County. 

BEST FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 

BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. 

SAN MATEO PUBLISHING CO., Proprietors. 

j7 e. church, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 
HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, 

PRODUCE* 

GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, 

wins 4i» &iqbobs, t obaooo, 

OAEPETS, ETC. 

Orders Solicited. RED BLUFF, CAL. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



263 



GEORGE L. KINOSLET. JOHN CLEMENTS. LUCIUS SAW TELL. 

GEORGE L. KINGSLEY & CO. 




THE HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR 



cBUCKSKIlTS, PURS, ETC.o 

The Trade supplied with the best article of Gloves. Importers 
and Manufacturers of the Telescoj:>e and Hunting Rifles. 

Washington Street, RED BLUFF. 

L« H. IX LANQE, 

c-£=*DEALER IN^ 

Hides, Felts, Tallow and Deer Skins, 

MAIN STRKET RED BLUFF, CAL. 

T. O. CLIFFORD'S 

LIVERY STABLE 

Thirteenth Street, between Broadway and Franklin, 

(New Fire-proof Brick,) OAKLAND, CAL. 

First-class Turnouts of every description at all hours. Horses boarded. 
The appointments of the Stable are unequalad by any similar establishment 
on the Coast. Orders for Private Carriages promptly attended to. 

D. J. GREEN, Superintendent. 

LIVERY STABLE 

Pleasanton, Alameda County, Cal. 

L A. COATS PROPRIETOR. 

CARY HOUSED 

Corner Main and Quartz Streets, 

(Three Story Fire-Proof Brick,) PLACERVILLE, CAL. 
VAROZZA & CO Proprietors. 



264 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS 



TREMONT HOTEL, 

MAIN STREET, RED BLUFF, CAL. 



VlMt-QlAM Mam 



W. P. MAYHEW, Proprietor. 



B. W. BAHNEY. 



W. C. CAMPBELL. 



C. A. CAMPBELL. 



BAHNEY, CAMPBELL & CO. 




(Successors to Frank, Campbell & Welton,) 



PURCHASERS OF "WOOL. 

Corner Main and Oak Streets, 

EED BLUFF, CAL. 



GRAND ALL'S HALL 

G. C. CKANDALL, PROPKIETOK, 



Main Street, 



RED BLUFF, CAL 



Large and commodious Hall appropriate for Theatrical Troupes, 
Lectures, Shows, etc., with Stage and full set of Scenery. 

Mr. Cbandall is also Proprietor of the PIONEER SADDLERY AND 
HARNESS ESTABLISHMENT. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



265 




GEO. O. LEONARD, 



RED BLUFF, CAL. 



Al*>, Manufacturer of BUCKSKIN GLOVES from genuine Hides tanned by 
himself in a superior manner in oil by steam-power, and warranted to be the best in 
the market. Orders solicited from the trade. 

W. &. L STEINHART & CO., Agents, 5 Battery-st, San Francisco. 



FARMER'S 

Pleasonton, Alemada County, Cal. 

JACOB JOHNSON PROPRIETOR. 

FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS. The Table supplied with all the Deli- 
cacies of the Season. Board and Lodging, per Day, $1.00 ; Board and Lodging, per 
Week, |500. 



HSTIOT, 



All Public and Private Buildings will receive prompt attention. Drawings and 
Claims made for the Patent Office. 



Office, No. 53 Fourth Street, 



SACRAMENTO, CAL. 



OFFICE — Southwest Corner Eighth and J Streets 
RESIDENCE— O Street, bet. Ninth and Tenth, 



SACRAMENTO, 



CHARLES FLOHR, PRACTICAL GUNSMITH 



145 K STREET, bet. Fifth and Sixth, 



SACRAMENTO. 



Emories and Dealer in FINE GUNS, RIFLES AND PISTOLS. Also, 
all kinds of Ammunition kept constantly on hand. Repairing done in the neatest 
style and warranted. 



Importer and Dealer in Boots & Shoes, 

121 J Street, bet. 3d and 4th, sacramentq. 
Ladies' Shoes made to Order, Repairing Neatly Done, 



256 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Manufacturers of and "Wholesale Dealers in 



Ladies' and Gents' Gloves Made to Order. 



No. 55 Fourth Street, 

(Between J and K Streets,) BAOBAMWVO* 



WM. R. KNIGHTS, 




^DEALER IN^J 

, fallow, Wool & Furs. 

Butchers supplied with all kinds of Salt, Paper, Skewers, etc., 
at the Lowest Kates. 

No. 79 FRONT STREET, 

(Between K and L Streets,) BAQBAMENjW'Q^ 



(^AND DEALER IN^ 

HIDES, WOOL, TALLOW AND SKINS, 

No. 91 Front Street, SACRAMENTO. 



G£g~R» H. PETTIT,^) 

CIGAR MANUFACTURER, 

AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN J 

Havana Cigars, Tobacco, Snuff, Pipes, etc. 

1STO- 55 K STREET, 

(Between Second and Third,) 8ACBAMEN P0. 

H^Gilt Edge Fine-Cut CHEWING TOBACCO in Bulk. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 267 



AUGUST MONNIER, 
Practical Watchmaker, 

AND DEALER IN 

Gold & Silver Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds, Etc. 
Cor. Fifth and K Streets, Sacramento. 

GRAND REDUCTION OF PRICES— Watch ea cleaned, $1 to $2 each ; Glasses, 25 cents. All work 
done at equally low figures. Twenty-five years' experience. 

Jewelry Repaired in the best manner, and all Work guaranteed for one year. 




Reduction in Prices of all kinds of Furniture. 



JOHN .A. WILSON. 

Importer and Dealer in Furniture, 

Cor Fourth and J Streets, Sacramento. 



Complete assortment of Parlor, Bedroom and Kitchen 
Furniture, Mattresses, Mirrors, Feathers, Hair, etc. 

Upholstering and Furniture Repairing done in superior style, by the best 
workmen in the State. 



L. ALEXANDER. GEO. HARTMEYER. 

ALEXANDER & CO., 



9 

Sixth Street, bet. K and L, Sacramento. 

House and Sign Painting, Graining, Decorating, Paper-Hanging, 
CLAZ INC, ETC. 

ALT j ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

E8TABLI^EDlL850. 

JOHNi OAMPI1LL, 

Manufacturer and Importer of all kinds of 

alnut Jfurniture, 

105 K Street, bet. Fourth & Fifth, Sacramento. 

Parlor Sets, Lounge-Beds, Mattresses, Pillows and Sheets, Show and Book Cases, 
Office Tables, Desks, etc., made to order. 
»- J ORBING AND REPAIRING. 




B 



268 CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 


J. N. YOUNG, 

Attorney and Counselor at Law, 
FOURTH ST., 

Bet. J and K, Sacramento. 


JACOB WAGNER, 

Dealer in 

Qncsries tii ProTisionSp 
WINES & LIQUORS, 

N. E. cor. Tenth and E Streets, 

SACRAMENTO. 


CHAS. H. WYMAN, 

Attorney for Land Claimants, 
Room 16, over Capital Bank, 

Cor. Fourth and J Sts., 

SACRAMENTO. 

Land Business a Specialty, 


CHARLES WILKE, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

JEWELRY, 

No. 124 J J St., cor. 5th, 

Up Stairs, Sacramento. 

All Orders Promptly Attended to. 


City Clock Store ! 

CHAS. J. NOACK, 

Manufacturer of 

M Midi of Jewelry, 

— AND — 

WATCHMAKER, 
No. 1 76 J Street, 

Bet. Sixth and Seventh, Sacramento. 


F. BANHOLZER, 
pNGRAV ER 

—ON — 

Fine Jewelry, Society Badges, 

AND LETTEKER. 

170 J Street, - Sacramento. 

MONOGRAMS A SPECIALTY. 


I. W. LUSK, 
Sfteramnto II®?© Factory 

TENTH ST., 

Bet. J and K, Sacramento. 

Manufacturer and Wholesale and Retail 
Dealer in 

Buckskin Gloves. 

Ladies' and Gents' Gloves made to order. 


1849.] JUSTIN GATES, [1877 

Importing 

Drug House and Chemist, 

Proprietor Dr, Thos. Hall's Remedies, 
Croup Mixture, Sarsaparilla, Ague Mix- 
ture, Piils, etc. Also, Dr. Boise Horse 
Liniment, J ustin Gastes' Essence Jamaica 
Ginger Flavoring Extracts. 

Cor, J and Sixth Sts., Sacramento. 
JAMES H. GATES, 
New Montgomery & Howard, San Francisco. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 269 




209 J STREET, 

Sacramento, California. 



Family Supplies a Specialty. 



Goods Shipped without charge. 




H. McCANN, 

Merchut Tailor 



No. 222 J STREET, 

Bet. Seventh and Eighth, SACRAMENTO. 



CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF 

French, English and American Beavers, 
Cassimeres, Doeskins, Silk Velvet 
Vestings and Tailor Trimmings. 



California Suits Made to Order, at Ruling 
Prices, and warranted to fit. 



270 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



MAETIN KESTLEE, 

MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF 

FARM, EXPRESS, FREIGHT, HEADER, QUARTZ, 
And Thimble Skein 

Constantly m Hand aid Made to Order 

AT THE LOWEST RATES. 

ALL WORK WARRANTED. R EPAIRIN G DONE AT SHORT NOTICE. 

Nos. 46 and 48 Ninth Street, 

Between J and K, SACRAMENTO. 



DR. G. A. STEPHENSON, 

145 K STREET, SACRAMENTO, 

MANUFACTURER OF 




Surgical Appliances for Curvature of Spine, Weak Knees, 

HIPS, RUPTURE, ETC. 



TRUSSES MADE TO ORDER. 

The Doctor has had twenty years experience, and will guarantee all work done 
to give the best satisfaction. 

Artificial Limbs Manufactured by Myself for any Case. Comfort and 
Ease Guaranteed in all Cases. 

A Limb of my own invention, warranted to last as long as any limb made. 
Very light, and easier to walk with than the generality of limbs. 

I have a Truss, of my own invention and manufacture, which I warrant to cure 
many cases of Rupture. Any Rupture that can be reduced my Truss will hold 
comfortably. 



CHILDREN CAN ALWAYS BE CURED. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



271 



E. LYON. 



WM. WILSON. 



R. B. HARMON. 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

Domestic and foreign 

ZDZRf^T G-OODS 

194 J Street, S. E. cor. Seventh, 
SACRAMENTO. 



Orders from the Country Promptly Attended to. 



A Full Line of House-Furnishing Goods at Eastern Prices. 










n 



Wholesale Dealer in 



FRESH &SALT'FI8H 



asm mmi 

No. 5 FRONT STREET, 

SACRAMENTO, 



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CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 






JACOB HOEHN, Superintendent, 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 



ICE 



-A N D— 





COAL 

OF ALL KINDS, 
143 and 145 I St., Sacramento 



WHOLESALE AND- RETAIL DEALER IN 



COKE AND CHARCOAL. 




D. Gardner is a Practical 
Collier, and pays particular at- 
tention to the Charcoal trade, 
keeping none but the best, and 
sells it at the 



|l0to*si fparitat |pt£s. 

Country orders solicited and 
filled with accuracy and dispatch 



Office, Sixth Street, between K and L;!also, Branch 
N. E. Cor. Fourth and I Sts., Sacramento- ^ 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 273 

THE 




All who desire to purchase 

Carpets, Oil Cloths, Lace Goods, Etc., 

Will save 25 per cent, by purchasing them from me, my facilities being such I 
can offer unsurpassed inducements to all who may favor me with their patronage. 

BEN, COHEN, 

115 and 1 17 J Street, 

SACRAMENTO. 



SACRAMENTO VALLEY 




A Weekly Journal, Devoted to Agriculture, Horticulture, and the 

GRANGE INTERESTS OF CALIFORNIA. 



TERMS, $2 50 a Year. 

Rates of Advertising, $2 50 per inch, for Four Insertions. 



The AGRICULTURIST was established in 187a, and has gradually worked its 
way into all parts of the State, and it also circulates in many Eastern States and 
the Cm ad as. It is an eighL-page paper, containing a large amount of reading 
matter, and is in every respect a desirable family journal, and the cheapest paper on 
the coast. Send for sample copy. Liberal per centage paid to Agents. 

W. H. CROWELL & CO., Proprietors. 



274 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



SADDLE AND HARNESS MANUFACTORY 



JOHN T. STOL.L, 

172 K Street, Sacramento, 




THE MOST SUPERIOR 



Saddles, Harness, Collars 

WHIPS and BLANKETS 
On the Coast. 



Gold and Silver Medals and First Premiums 

OF THE 

STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY IN 1875 and 1876, 

Testify to the merits of my work. 
[P. O. Box 54.] J. T. STOLL, 172 K Street, Sacramento. 



J. P 



f 



i 



60 J STREET, 

Bet. Second and Third, SACRAMENTO. 




T.S0 Also, Sole Agents for STAR SPECTACLES 
and EYE-GLASSES, the best and cheapest in 
the market. 

American Cold and Silver Watches a specialty. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 275 
J. F. SHEEHAN. JAMES M'CLATCHY. 




DAILY BEE 



The Leading Evening Paper of California 
outside of San Francisco, 



Has the Largest Circulation of any other paper in the 
Capital of the State, and circulates largely in Central and 
Northern California and Nevada. The Bee is sold on all 
outgoing and incoming trains. 

TWO EDITIONS DAILY. 



Agencies for the Bee are established in nearly all towns in Cen- 
tral and Northern California and Nevada. 

The Bee is carried each afternoon to all principal points on five 
different routes, and is read in towns from fifty to one hundred 
miles away before bedtime. 

Dispatches from the East and all Pol ts, 

Received in the afternoon of publication. 

Latest Stock aad Market Hep ©its. 

It is one of the best Family papers on the Coast. Advertise- 
ments taken at reasonable rates. 



RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: 

One Year Six Dollars. 

Six Months, -- $3.80. | Three Months, $2.00 

JAS. McCLATCHY & CO., Proprietors. 



276 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



N. COOKE. M. V. GREGORY. 

Cor. Front and M Streets, 

J SACRAMENTO. 

All kinds of Fruit 3s Packing Boxes 

MADE TO ORDER. 

Communications Punctually Attended to. 

P. O. Box 632. COOKE & GEEGOEY. 



WM. J. MILLER, 



OFFICE, IN PARISIAN BUILDING, SAN RAFAEL. 



Real Estate, in Town or County, Bought, Sold, Leased or Rented, 
LOANS NEGOTIATED. 

A long list of Real Property of every description on hand, for Sale or to Lease. 
Parties wishing to Buy or Sell, Lease or Rent, can always be accommodated at my 
office. Houses and Lots, Town Lots, Ranches of various sizes and prices, Country 
Home Spots, and Villa Sites, from two to forty Acres. 



DIAMOND HOTEL, 

A. F. TYNAN, Proprietor, 

SALINAS CITY, - - - - CALIFORNIA. 



Prices as low as a consideration for the comfort of Guests will permit. V 



TYNAN'S BAND will furnish Music for Balls, Parties, and Entertainments, at 
most reasonable rates. Office, Diamond Hotel. 



Santa Cruz Railroad. 

Passenger Trains Leave Santa Cruz and Watson ville daily, 
connecting with trains of the S. P. R. R. 

FARE : 

From Santa Cruz to San Francisco $5 00 

To San Jose 3 00 

To Watsonville or Pajaro 1 00 

H. M. WRIGHT, Superintendent. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 277 

SALINAS CITY INDEX 

C2^=IS PUBLISHED AT^S 
THE COUNTY SEAT OF MONTEREY COUNTY, BY 



W. J. HILL Editor and Proprietor 



IS LARGELY DEVOTED TO LOCAL NEWS, 

Independent Republican in Politics, 

AND HAS MORE THAN 

Of any other paper in the County, thus affording the 

$t$t JV^cbium for ^ox)trti$$m 



Subscription Price per Year, $4 00 



Salinas City has a population of Four Thousand, and 
rapidly increasing. It is situated in the heart of the great 
Salinas Valley, one of the largest and most fertile in the 
State. 



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CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



A GREAT SUCCESS 1 




A Household Magazine and Rural Monthly for In-doors and Out. 



Is growing rapidly in the favor of the people of this State, and all over the 
Western Slope. The people everywhere, of every business pursuit, appreciate and 
are calling for it. Subscriptions have increased so steadily the past year that the 
publishers are resolved to make the Subscription List 

Fifteen Thousand before 1878. 

Volume VIII, commencing with the new year, will introduce some writers of 
ability, in the various departments of Instruction and amusement. 

Correspondence will be published from every part of the Pacific Coast. The 
Recipes alone will be worth ten times the price of the paper. The Information to 
Farmers will more than doubly repay the cost of the paper. The advice in Con- 
servatory and Window Gardening will save more than the price of the paper. Talks 
to Mothers and Housekeepers on the Care of Children and in Household Matters, 
will be worth all the rest of the paper. The Hints to the Young in Industrial 
Pastimes, will prove to be of great value. The 




Will each be worth the cost of the paper three times over. The Bound Volume at 
the end of the year will contain more practical information than any TEN 
DOLLARS' WORTH OF BOOKS that can be selected. As we 
make some profits from the advertisements, our subscribers get the paper for less 
than cost. All enterprising farmers and families should have it. Many of our 
principal citizens are already subscribing for it. They find it interesting and profit- 
able reading for themselves and their families, and just the 

JOURNAL TO SEND BACK TO OLD FKIENDS IN THE EAST 

The Volume for 1877 will be a MOST COMPLETE ONE in all its De- 
partments. 

Subscription Price only $1,50 a Year. 

Cal. Agriculturist Publishing Co. 

Office, No. 338 First Street, San Jose, Cal. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



279 




DAILY AND WEEKLY.) 



J. J. OWEN, - Editor and Publisher. 



The Daily Mercury 

published every morning, Mondays excepted, at the 
following rates : 

Per Annum, by mail, in advance, - - $6 00 

Six Months, " « " ... - 3 00 

three Months " " " ... 1 00 

?er Week, delivered by Carrier, - - - 12? 

Sixty cents extra for postage for all yearly papers sent 
fat of the county. 



» published every Thursday, at the following rates : 

*er Annum, in advance, ... $3^00 

fix Months, " - - - - 1 50 

?hree Months, " - - - - 1 00 

Twenty cents extra for postage for all yearly subscribers 
ut of the county. 



BOOK AND JOB PRINTING AT LOW RATES. 



280 CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



THE SANTA CRUZ 




9 



^PUBLISHED^J 



Every Friday Evening at Santa Cruz, 

SANTA CEUZ COUNTY, OAL., BY THE 

LOCAL ITEM PUBLISHING COMPANY. 

H. COFFIN, EDITOR AND MANAGER. 

Terms of Subscription. . . $3.00 per Year. 



One of the Best Advertising Mediums on the Southern 

Coast. 




FIRST STREET, 

(Opposite Si James Park,) BAN/ 3Q®E fJ G'JLIL-, 



SNYDER & COMSTOCK PROPRIETORS. 



Having leased this popular Hotel, we are prepared to furnish 
extraordinary accommodations to gnests. The building is new and 
handsomely furnished throughout. The rooms are all commodious, 
well lighted and ventilated. The view from the front is magnificent, 
whilst the adjacent Park offers unexceptional opportunities for en- 
joying the salubrious climate of our Garden City. 



Conveyances to and from the Depot 

At the arrival and departure of every train. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS 



281 



ST. CHARLES HOTEL, 



This well known and popular Hotel, having been 

Thoroughly Renovated, and. Refitted, 

Is now open as a 

FIRST-CLASS HOUSE 

For the reception of guests. 

JOSEPH BLOCH, Proprietor. 




PATRICK & MAJORS, Prop'rs. 



Is the Best Local Journal in the County, and is valuable 
as an Advertising Medium, having attained an Extensive 
Circulation. 

Terms, $3.00 per Year. 

EVERY VARIETY OF 

1 AHB 101 PliHf IIS 

EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. 




282 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



SOLANO REPUBLICAN, 

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, BY 
^MONTGOMERY & BOWEN,^ 

SJSSSE&fo ©GTOHfTO* 



The Only paper published at the County Seat. 

Has the largest circulation of any paper in Solano County — a 
deusely populated, wealthy and influential county. 

Advertisers will appreciate this Fact. 



Subscription Price, - $ J^. 00 per Year . 




GEO. H. MARE Editor and Proprietor. 

Circulation 800 copies W eekly. 

The Times is a six-page Weekly, and the only REPUBLICAN 
paper published at the County seat of Sonoma County. 

TERMS, THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM. 

Advertisements inserted at reasonable rates, and information given upon applica- 
tion. Address, GEO. H. MARR, Editor and Proprietor, 

SANTA ROSA, CALi 



TBUflKII HOTHIi 

JOHN F. MOODY. . PROPRIETOR. 

This, the only First-class Hotel in Truckee, is conveniently located for Tourists 
who desire to visit the " Gem of the Sierras," Lake Tahoe. The accommodations 
are excellent, and every attend n will be shown guests to make them comfortable 
and their trip a pleasant one. The house has a Stage Line connecting with Mr. 
Moody's Grand Central Hotel at Lake Tahoe. 

Leave the hotel daily for Tahoe City, 15 miles, and Tahoe Hot Spiings. 12 miles, on Lake Tahoe. 
Stages leave for Sierraville, 28 miles; Loyalton, 28 miles ; Eureka Mills, 48 miles; Glenbrook, 24 
miles ; Carson City, 38 miles ; Virginia City, 56 miles. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 283 




County Official Paper, Published Every Thursday, at 

JOHN WOOD EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, 

SAN RAFAEL, MARIN COUNTY, CAL, 

The character and extent of its circulation make it by far the best 
Advertising Medium in this section. 

Subscription -(in adva nce). . . $3.50 per Year 

- RATES OF ADVERTISING:^-* 



One column, one month $15 00 

One column, two months 22 50 

One column, three months 30 00 

Each Bubsequent month $6 00 

Half column, one month $8 00 

Half column, two months 12 00 

Half column, three months 20 00 

Kach -ul.-iP'jU. nt month ?4 00 



One-fourth column, 1 month, $5 00; one-fourth column, 2 months $8 00; one-fourth column, 3 
months, $10 00; each subsequent month, $3 00. One-eigth column, 1 month, $3 00; one-eighth col- 
umn, 2 months. $5 00; One-eighth column, 3 months, $7 00; each subsequent month, $2 00. 




WOODLAND, CAIjIFORIVIA.. 



JOHN TACKNEY, Proprietor. 

Largest and most Centrally Located Hotel in the City. 

Newly Renovated and Re-furnished throughout. The Best of Board and Rooms 
at reasonable rates. First class Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar. 

Free Omnibus to and from all Passenger Trains. 

MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF 

- Utilise 

WOODLAND, YOLO COOHTI, CAL. 



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284 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS 





Mcpherson, hoadley & waldron, Propr's. 



Independent in politics, with Republican tendencies. In its twenty-second volume. 



Weeklj Circulation, 1320. Subscription, $3 per Annum. 



The Leading Journal of the Fourth Congressional District, 



Santa Cruz County is second in the number of its 
manufactories ; is celebrated for its Lime, Lumber, Powder, 
Leather, Sugar, Soap, Glue, Redwood Timber, etc. 



BENNETT HOUSE, 



J. F. J. BENNETT, - Proprietor. 



This House having been entirely remodeled and furnished, will 

be kept in 



ni 



Visitors and Tourists will find it to their interest to 
give me a call. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS 



285 



YOSEMITB HOUSE 



JAMES COLE PROPRIETOR. 

MAIN STREET, STOCKTON. CAL. 

A Strictly First-Class Hotel in All its Appointments, 

Containing modern improvements throughout, and under experi- 
enced management, making it a desirable HOME FOR ALL. 

GENERAL TICKET OFFICE FOR 

TOSBMITE I 

Big Trees and all Southern Mountain Towns. 

THE YOSEMITE COACH 

Conveys guests from Boats and all Trains, FREE OF CHARGE. 

lAm l wy ft Hi H*m 

Directed "by the Dominican Sisters, 

STOCK TON , CAL. 

The building, located upon one of the finest and most desirable sites near to the 
San Joaquin, is entirely new and we.l furnished with all ihat contributes to the 
health and comfort of the boarders. The Sisters Spare no pains to give the pupil a 
thorough and accomplished education. Their plan of instructing unites every ad- 
vantage at once solid and refined. 

TERMS. 

Entrance Fee, Ten Dollars, to be paid but once . Board and Tuition in English , 

per Scholastic Year $225 00 

Washing 50 00 

EXTRA CHARGES. 

Piano, per Quarter $15 00 

Vocal Mnsic, in Class, per Quarter 5 00 

Private Lemons •» 8 00 

Drawing and Painting 9 00 

Oil Painting, per Lesson 1 °0 

Payments are required to be made half-yearly in advance. The Scholastic Year 
ronnists of one term, beginning about the first Monday in August and terminating 
about the first week of June. 



286 CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 




(ctocktoTheral^i 

PKESTON & BELL, Proprietors, STOCKTON, CAL. 

THE STOCKTON 

Is published every evening at the rate of $10 00 per year ; $1 00 
per month ; 25 cents per week ; 10 cents per copy. 

It is extensively circulated in the City, County and San Joaquin 
Valley. It is an old and firmly established journal, and replete in 
all of its departments with carefully prepared matter of a character 
adapted to the tastes and wants of all classes of an intelligent and 
virtuous community. As a medium of legitimate business advertis- 
ing, it possesses all of the advantages, and offers all of the induce- 
ments pertaining to and offered by first-class newspapers of general 
circulation. 

THE RATES OF ADVERTISING are $2.50 per Square per Month. 



The "Weekly Herald 

Is a large eight page paper, published every Saturday, and is made 
up of the News, Miscellaneous and Editorial matter appearing in 
the DAILY HEKALD from day to day. It contains a larger 
amount of reading matter, and of a 

HIGHER ORDER, 

For circulation in families, than any paper published in the San 
Joaquin Valley, or in fact, anywhere outside of the Metropolis ; 
and in these respects it is surpassed by few, if any, on the Pacific 
Coast. 



The Terms of Subscription to the Weekly Herald are 

S4.00 PER YEAE. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



287 



DEMOCRATIC DISPATCH 



ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, 

—AT— 

UKIAH, MENDOCINO COUNTY, CAL, 

— BY— 

BELLE LYNCH, 

EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 

The Dispatch is the only Democratic'newspaper pub- 
lished in the County ; has the 

LARGEST CIRCULATION, 

And is the 

Best Aiwriising lleilu 

In the State. 

Ukiah, January, 1877. 



288 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS 



Sltnitefteii BnMMsl 



A WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPEK, 

PUBLISHED AT 

Ukiah City, Mendocino County, Cal. 

ALEX. MONTGOMERY EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR 



The Mendocino Democrat, how in its Thirteenth Volume, is the 
long established, 

POPULAR AND THOROUGHLY-READ NEWSPAPER 

Of the county, has a large circulation, and is the "Official County paper." 



Subscription, strict/y in advance Three Dollars per Year. 



AGENTS — Geo. P. Howell & Co., New York ; Thos. Boyee and L. P. Fisher, San 
Franeisco. ^"No Disreputable Advertising received. 






217 SANTA CLARA ST. 

YAlLEffi, CAL 



Suits Made to Order, 

In the Latest and most Elegant Style, Citizen 
and Military. 



GENTS' OLOTHBS^ 

CLEANING ESTABLISHMENT. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS 



289 



MM' ^U-WD HMKS 

DAILY AND WEEKLY, 

PI BL1SHED BY 

GEOROE ROE, HENRY J. PELHAM, WILL V. WALSH, 

THE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. 

ROE & WALSH, Managers. 



OFFICE, 177 GEORGIA STREET, 

VALLEJO, CAL. 



Numerous Presses, Superior workmen, Great variety of 
Types and Material, make the Times office one of the best 
and cheapest Book and Job Printing Establishments north 
of San Francisco. 



TRUCKEE REPUBLICAN 

W. F. EDWARDS, Editor and Proprietor, 

TRUCKEE, CALIFORNIA. 



TERMS, $6 A YEAR, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. 



Paper circulates through a good section of country not 
reached by any other journal. 



890 CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 





WATSONVILLE, GAL. 

D- M. ALDRICH PROPRIETOR. 



YOLOMAIL 

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT 

WOODLAND, YOLO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA 

WAGSTAFF & SHARP, Proprietors. 




Of ttfojmtdent § qMMiratt-"f tv% § ttdejmidntt.o 

We aim to make the Mail, a reliable Local Newspaper, fully up to the best in 
the State. If you like it, take it and read it ; if not, let it alone. We publish a 
paper for the people to read, and if advertisers can afford to patronize a paper which 
the people generally read, we will accept their advertisements, charging therefor 
moderate rates. We have no Charity rates, such as the wealthiest men seek. 

SUBSCRIPTION BATES.— Per Year, $3.00, in advance. $4.00, if not 
paid in advance. 

B£g~0ur JOB OFFICE is complete in every department, and we 
warrant satisfaction in this line of the business. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



291 




JOHN H. BEDSTONE, 



olicitoi o 



AND 




461 Ninth Street, OAKLAND, GAL 



Will attend to all Patent suits in the Federal Courts, procure United States and 
Foreign Patents for Inventors, furnish Models on short notioe, and assist Inventors 
in perfecting their Inventions. Taxes and Annuities paid on existing European 
Patents ; and Patents worked according to Law. 

Residence, No. I 060 West street, Oakland. 



)Cap x d Y 



FAINTING 



•j 3 f\ESS, 



SELF-FEE DING, will print One Hundred Thousand copies per 
day. Patented June 6th, 1876. Prints different colors at the same 
impression. Rights for sale. A. E. BEDSTONE & CO., Oakland. 



J. H. REDSTONE. 



A. E. REDSTONE 



REDSTONE BROTHERS, 




II 



No. 461 NINTH STREET, OAKLAND, 

Will attend to suits in the Federal Courts and take appeals to the Supreme Court of 

the United States. 



All kinds of LEGAL DOCUMENTS drawn in correct form. 

Office, No. 461 Ninth Street, Oakland. 



292 CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 

M. J. REGAN, 

PROPRIETOR 
SAN JUAN AND SARGENTS STATION 

STAGE LINE 

New and. Handsome Coaches 

Connect daily with all passenger trains passing Sargents 
for San Juan, which is reached in forty minutes. 



Connects With Stage from Hollister and New Idria 
Quicksilver Mines. 




Issued every Thursday Morning, 

BY 

J. H. Upton, G. W. Carlton. 

G. W. CARLTON & CO., 

Publishers and Proprietors. 
Office, San Benito Street, above Fourth, Hollister, Cal. 

RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: 



One Year, - - - $3 00 

Six Months, - - - - - 1 75 

Three Months, - - - - 1 00 

Single Copies - - - - 10 



ADVERTISING AT REASONABLE RATES. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



293 





MANUFACTURER OF 

Chemical Olive, Extra Family mi 

AND WA SHI NG SODA. 

OFFICE— Summit Market, 319 South C Street, VIRGINIA, NEV. 

LOCATION OF WORKS— American Flat. 

Highest Market Rates Paid for Tallow and kinds of Grease. 

C. ZIEGLER, Proprietor. 



PLUMM1R HOUSE, 

E. H. PLUMMER, - - - Prop'r, 

WOODBRIDGE, SAN JOAQUIN CO., CAL. 



FIEST-CLA88 HOTEL. 

The greatest care taken to make the traveling public comfortable. 

WEBER LODGING HOUSE, 

Corner Main and Centre Sts., - - - STOCKTON, CAL. 



The Lodging Rooms are fitted up with Clean, Comfortable Beds, and will all be 
kept in order. PRICES REASONABLE. 





A. TOWNSEND, Editor and Prop'r, 

RED BLUFF, - ' ~ - CALIFGENli 

Circulates through a prosperous and fertile section of 
country, supported by Stock and Agriculture, making the 
SENTINEL one of the best advertising mediums in the 
State. 

Terms Reasonable. 



294 CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 




EEKLY 




ERCURY, 



GRAY & DeMOTT, Proprietors, 

OROVILLE, BUTTE CO., - - - CALIFORNIA. 



CIRCULATES THROUGH A CHOICE SECTION OF COUNTRY. 
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 

One Year, - $4 00 | Six Months, - $2 50 



ADYBSTISnra ©If 1A8Y TBBMS. 



Thomas Boyce and L. P. Fisher are authorized agents for the 
MERCUEY in San Francisco. 




he 




ajaronian 



CUMMINGS & RADCLIFF, PROPRIETORS, 



The Pa J aroni an circulates through one of the richest sec- 
tions of California, making it a 

GOOD ADVERTISING MEDIUM. 



Subscription Terms and Advertising Rates 

REASONABLE. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 295 



^THE^) 



Keyada Daily TriTbine 

E. J. PARKINSON, PUBLISHER, 

CAESON CITY. NEYAM. 



The TRIBUNE is one of the leading papers of the State of 
Nevada, and has its circulation through the richest and most fertile 
valley in the State. 



Advertising Bates, Reasonable. 



KEPT ON THE EASTERN PLAN, 

Cor First and San Fernando Streets, BAN JQBE,, GAE t 



Ji T- HILL, — - PROPRIETOR. 

This well known Hotel is in splendid condition ; Sleeping Rooms well supplied and neatly fur- 
nished. No pains will be spared to make guests comfortable. Board,. First-class. Terms — $1.50 to 
$2JM) per da> ; $6.00 to $10 per week. Carriages attend all Trains. 



DEPOT Horn* 

WM R. CHAMBERLAIN. Proprietor, MENQ, NET, 



All the attractions of a First-class Hotel are supplied. All the Passenger Trains stop in front of 
the Hotel. The office of Wells, Fargo & Co*s Express is in this building. Connected with this Hotel 
I irst-< lass LUNCH BOOM and OYSTER SALOOX, 



Saddle and Harness Manufacturer, 

No. 378 FIRST STREET, BAN JQBE* GAL,* 

Dealer in SADDLERY HARDWARE, LEATHER, Etc. All work warranted. 



C. BBOWN, - - - HOUSE MOVER, 

No. 222 COLFAX STREET, BAN JOBE* 

SAFES, IRON FRONTS, Etc., put in place. Carpenter work done with dispatch. 



296 



NEVADA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DAILY AND WEEKLY 

BTalft State Journal 

THE PEOPLE'S PAPERS. 

PUBLISHED AT RENO, WASHOE CO., NEV. 



C. C. POWNING Editor and Proprietor. 



DAILY JOURNAL Ten Dollars per Year. 

WEEKLY JOURNAL Four Dollars per Year. 



jm 1 1 ii jm mm i ii ;k 



EiOl DAILT APPEAL, 

ROBINSON & MIGHELS, Proprietors, 
Published at the Capital of the State. 

WITH A ^OOD CIRCULATION, 

OBUSINESS-MEN WISHING TO AD7EHTISE ? 

Will do well to send their patronage to the APPEAL. 



THE CARSON CITF SAVINGS BANK, 

CARSON CITY, NEVADA. 

CAPITAL »~ $100,000. 

Transacts a general Banking business. Current and Time De- 
posits received. Collections promptly attended to. 

GEORGE TUFLY President. 

RICHARD KIRMAN Vice President. 

GEO. B. HILL Cashier. 

New York Correspondents Mtssrs. GEORGE OPDYKE & CO. 



NEVADA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



297 




ESTABLISHED OCTOBER 12, 1863. 

old OillSaily Hews. 

GOLD HILL, STORY COUNTY, NEVADA. 



The Lealding Evening Newspaper of the State, 



PUBLISHED EVERT EVENING, SUNDAYS EXCEPTED, BY 

ALR BOTEN, 

Proprietor and Managing Editor. 



TERMS: 

One Year, by Mail or Express. $8 00 

Six Months. 5 00 

Three Months 3 00 

(Postage prepaid.) 

Delivered in Gold Hill, Virginia, Silver City, Carson, Dayton, Sutro, etc., at 
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS PER WEEK, payable to the Carriers. 

THIS GrOLD HILL DAILY 1VEWS 

Has a very extensive circulation, not only in Nevada and California and throughout 
the Pacific Coast, but is mailed to all parts of the United States and the rest of the 
world. It is therefore the best possible medium lor all sorts of advertising. 

HAVING THREE FIRST-CLASS STEAM PRESSES, 

All the latest styles of Type, and the most complete facilities, we are prepared to 
execute 

All Varieties of Job Printing, 

Promptly, Neatly, Satisfactorily and Cheaply. 

Our Weekly Mining Summary 

Is carefully prepared from the most authentic sources, private and otherwise, on the 
day of publication, employing an able and efficient corps of reporters. It is uni- 
versally recognized as official, and the most correct and reliable Report of the Corn- 
stock and neighboring Mines. 



OUR ADVERTISING AGENTS: 

San Francisco — Chas. W. Crane, 326 Montgomery Street. New York — S. M. 
Pettingill <fe Co., 37 Park Row ; Geo. P. Rowell & Co., 41 Park Row 
Carson City — Samuel Baker. Pioneer Cigar Store, opposite Railroad Depot. 



298 NEVADA ADVERTISEMENTS. 




CARSON CITY, NEVADA. 



GENERAL STAGE OFFICE. 

GEO. D. FRYER, - - Proprietor. 



L. A. Bickfokd. C. S. Fassett. 

L. A. BIOKFOHB & CO. 

DEALERS IN 

EASTERN AND CALIFORNIA FURNITURE, 

Spring Beds, Lounges, Parlor Suites, Mattresses, Brackets, 
Carpets, Etc. 

91 South C Street, - Virginia, Nevada. 

Repairing, Upholstering, and Cabinet "Work Done to Order. 

MISS AIW IE ROSS, 
PROPRIETRESS LODGING HOUSE, 

87a South C Street, Virginia, Nevada. 



FURNISHED ROOMS BY THE DAY, WEEK OR MONTH. 




No. 28 South O Street, Virginia, Nev. 



This Popular Resort is conducted upon the Restaurant and Chop House principles. 



O I? E 1ST D A Y A. 1ST D NIGHT. 

WM. DONOGHUE. 



NEVADA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



299 



AGENCY OF THE 

NEVADA BANK OF SAN FRANCISCO, 

Virginia City, Nevada. 

Deposits Received and Accounts Kept either in Coin or Currency. 

EXCHANGE ON ALL POINTS PURCHASED AND DRAWN BY 
THE AGENCY UPON SAN FRANCISCO AND NEW YORK 
BOTH IN COIN AND CURRENCY; Also, IN STERLING 
ON LONDON AND DUBLIN. 



P>ULLION PU BCH ASED. 
Telegraphic Transfers Made. 

OOttlOVIOSS MAPI AT Am F©Ilf §* 

Stocks, Legal Tender Currency and National Bank 
Notes bought and sold. 

GEO. A. KINO, Agent. 
E. A. KLIEOEL. Cashier. 

Virginia City, Nevada, January 10, 1876. 



CAPT. N. STEARNS, 

COMMISSION STORAGE 



AND 



COLLECTION © g> © 8 © ® a 



Rents Collected and Taxes Paid for Non-Residents. 

General Information given. — Correspondence Solicited. — 
Money Advanced on Consignments. 

No. 67 South C St., W. F. & Co.'s Buildin g 

VIRGINIA, NEVADA. 

T'ust-oftiff I'.ox t>: 5:5. 



300 NEVADA ADVERTISEMENTS 




RED RICK HOUSE, 



Corner Union and C Streets, 

Opposite V. and T. R. R. Depot, VIRGINIA, NEVADA. 



M. M. FREDRICK, - - Proprietor. 



BRICK FIRE-PROOF BUILDING 

With all the Modern Improvements. 

A RESTAURANT 

IN THE HOUSE, KEPT IN 



Rooms Large, Airy, "Well Ventilated 

Lugest 4 Bert H©mss in Ylxgiaift, 

— AND — 

ONLY HOUSE WITH REAL CONVENIENCES. 



NEVADA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



301 



FITZMIER & ARMBRUST, 



Y 



I 

AND 



No. 27 North O St., Virginia, Nev. 



Confectionery of all kinds, 
WHOLESALE and RETAIL CANDY MANUFACTORY 



Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes delivered daily to all parts of City. 



T 



HE 



OMSTOCK 



INES, 



Persons seeking reliable information of the great silver 
region of Nevada, should subscribe for the 




The most extensively circulated paper in the 
State of Nevada. 



SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 

One Year, (postage paid) , $8 00 

Six Months, " " 5 00 

Three Months, " " 3 00 

One Month, " " 1 00 



D. E. MCCARTHY, Publisher. . 



i02 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



OAKIjAMI} 




AND ALAMEDA COUNTY GAZETTE. 



WM. H. CHAMBERLAIN. 0. B. POWERS. 

POWERS & CHAMBERLAIN, 

Editors and Proprietors. 



The Oakland Daily Transcript is the oldest daily paper in Ala- 
meda County. It is the Official Organ of the United States and 
County of Alameda, and is conceded to be one of the leading Repub- 
lican papers of this State. The Transcript has the largest circula- 
tion of any paper in Oakland. 

The Subscription is $7.00 per Year ; $3.75 for Six Months ; and $2.00 
for Three Months. Served by Carriers for 15 cents a Week. 



The Oakland Weekly Transcript and Alameda County Gazette 
is the oldest paper published in the county, and one of the oldest in 
the State, having been in existence over twenty-one years. Its cir- 
culation is large throughout the county and State. 

The Weekly is $2.00 per Year, and $1.50 for Six Months. 



The best of talent is engaged, and great care is taken in the selec- 
tion of articles. The matter is spicy and reliable. The large circu- 
lation makes these papers the 

Best Advertising Medium in the County. 



O. B. POWEES, | Editors and Propri- 

WM, H. CHAMBEELAIN, } etors. 



CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 303 



JhE ,S anta fvOSA 



DAILY DEMOCRAT 



Published Every Day (Except Sunday.) 



u I 

W 



The S enema Democrat, 

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. 



THOS, L. THOMPSON, 

Publisher and Proprietor, 

Sonoma County, - - California. 



Leading Daily and "Weekly Papers 

Of Sonoma and surrounding Counties, making 

A Choice Advertising Medium. 



304 



MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. 



W-- HAMILTON STAGES 

FOR 

Plymouth, Amador City, Fiddletown, Drytown, 
Sutter Creek, Jackson, Mokelumne 
Hill, lone City, Etc., Etc. 



Parties visiting the above places leave Sacramento every Morning 
(except Sundays) at 7 A. M., taking the Stage at LATROBE. 

Or, leave San Francisco on the Central Pacific Eailroad at 8 A. M., 
taking the Stage at GALT for lone City, Jackson and Mokelumne 
Hill. 

JOHN S. MILLER ; General Agent, 

SACRAMENTO, CAL. 

CAREIAGE TRIMMERS, 

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Or, BAUNSCHEEDT S LEBENSWECKER OLEUM. 

To those suffering from disease, of whatever nature, even where it is considered past cure, is this 
card intended. Under this treatment all deadly and diseased matter is thoroughly eradicated from the 
systara, through the pores and other natural channels ; the blood is made perfectly pure, and through 
the blood, only, can the system be restored to health and vigor. By this process perfect health may 
be maintained as long as physical matter can be kept together. The treatment is simple, safe and 
sure. Operations are performed with perfect success upon all, from the infant of a few days only to 
those of old age, the effect of the Oil being manifested only when and where disease exists. 

fl^No drugs nor medicines of any kind are given with this treatment, but instead, good, nour- 
ishing food. "©ft Living testimonials furnished all who visit me. Complete instructions and ma- 
terials furnished those who desire to treat themselves or others, thus enabling every father and 
mother to become the " doctor " of their own family. I import all materials direct, and warrant 
them to be the genuine. Sent 1o all parts on application. Consultations free of charge. 

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SMITHSONIAN 

HYGIENIC MEDICAL AND PHRENOLOGICAL INSTITUTE, 

Nos. 63S and 637 California St., 
Bet. Kearny and Dupont, SAN FRANCISCO. 

This Health Institute, through 
its universal formula of healing 
agencies and the scientific combi- 
nation of medicine, surgery and 
hygiene, with its healthful dietary 
and entire water cure appliances, 
which consist of water dressings 
and the popular Electro-Russian 
and Turkish, Thermal, Sitz and 
Toilet Baths, together with the late 
inventions in Electro - Magnetism 
now employed in 'he Institute pre- 
sents advantages to all persons af- 
flicted with paralysis or any form 
of rheumatic complaints, liver or 
kidney diseases, nowhere else to be 
found on the Pacific Coast. Dr. 
Smith having for the past 17 years 
conducted a HEALTH INSTITUTE 
mainly in this city, making a spe- 
cialty of the treatment of nervo- 
vital diseases, and delivered over 
eight hundred lectures, discussing 
the laws of mind, the nervous and 
sexual system; inviting criticism 
from every conceivable experience 
and standpoint wherein were in- 
volved the nature, causes and the 
best means of curing impotency, 
sterility, seminal losses, and gen- 
oral debility of every kind ; it 
would, indeed, be strange if he 
had not arrived at many important 
conclusions, and the most specific 
meaus of curing all that intricate 
and insidious class of diseases in- 
vo|v. .1 in the nervo-vital structures of the body that the mere private office and prescriptive practi- 
tioner has failed to recognize and provide for. 

Consultation* in regard to Health FREE, verbal or by letter. 

BARLOW J. SMITH, M. D. 





Phrenology, 

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Here all may obtain a truthful examination and a 
correctly marked chart at from $2 to $3. Examina- 
tions without Chart, $1.50. 



Dr. Smith gives Free Lectures to Gentle- 
men, at his Institute, on Phreno-Phy siology 
Nervous and Vital Diseases, Laws of Healthy 
etc., every Friday evening, at 8 o'clock. 



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|7 24 POST STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, f 
The Leading Commercial School on the Coast. 

E. P. HEALD, President. F. C. WOODBURY, Secretary. 
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Designed to impart a thorough English Education, a complete Business Training, and Practical In- 
struction in Modern Languages, Drawing, Telegraphy, etc. 



The School- Room and Counting- Room 

Are united upon a plan that secures to the student all the practical advantages of each. There is in 
operation a Banking House, with Checks, Drafts, Notes, Bills of Exchange, Certificates of Deposit, 
etc., fully illustrating the banking business. The school-room is elegantly fitted up with 

Merchandising-, Jobbing, and Importing Emporiums, 
Insurance and Importing Houses, 

Commission aud Forwarding Houses, 

Express and Post Offices, 



DEPARTMENT OF TELEGRAPHY. 

This department is a complete institution of itself, and affords facilities for learn- 
ing Telegraphy practically and thoroughly. Instruction in this branch is of very 
little avail unless special pains are taken to train pupils for operators from the be- 
ginning ; and a glance at our department will convince any one that we have the 
facilities for so doing. 

INSTRUCTION FOR LADIES. 

Ladies are admitted into all departments of the College on the same terms and 
conditions as young men. Their progress in all branches thus far has been most 
flattering. 

GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Pupils can enter the College at any time, and pursue their studies to graduation 
without interruption, if they see fit to do so. Pupils not sufficiently advanced for 
the Business Course can enter for instruction in the English Department. 

Modern Languages and Drawing are optional studies, and may be taken or not, 
as the student may see fit ; but no extra charge will be made for them when pursued. 

The discipline of the school is very careful, in order to impart such habits as 
shall conduce to the future success of the graduates. 

Visitors will be always welcome at the College, as we are pleased to have the pub- 
lic inform itself of the merits of our school. 

For information on any point not fully understood, do not fail to call at the 
school, or to write to us. t 



hba&d's oouafli Mwrnrnm, 

Published monthly by the College and containing full particulars regarding the Course of Studies? 
Expenses, etc.; also, a large amount of interesting general reading, may be had free of charge, either 
at the College, 24 Post street, or by addressing 

E. P. HEALD, President Business College, San Franc'sco, Cal. 



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San Francisco. 

Probably no city in the world has had 
so remarkable a growth as has San Fran- 
cisco within the last twenty years. It owes 
its origin to Catholic missionaries and! 
Spanish soldiers, and was first occupied | 
by white men September 17th, 1776. The* 
settlement for some years was known as 
'•Yerba Buena," but as it approached the i 
dignity of a town it assumed its present 
name. Being situated upon one of the 
finest harbors in the world, land-locked, 
and thus protected from storms, itnatu-j 
rally had every advantage for becoming an i 
extensive city, and since the discovery of i 
gold in California its progress has been 
truly astonishing, although retarded at 
times in consequence of serious conflagra- 
tions. The streets are nearly all wide and j 
well kept. Market street is the longest 
and widest in the city, andrunsin a south- 
westerly direction, while many of the prin- 
cipal streets open into it and have their 
numbers begin at Market. On all the 
streets the numbers on the northerly or 
northeasterly sides are even numbers, 
while those on the southerly or southeast- 
erly, are odd numbers. One hundred num- 
bers are allowed to a block. The widening 
of Dupont street is soon to be commenced, 
which will add very materially to the ap- 
pearance of that portion of the city through 
which it runs, and will also be a great 
advantage to the business portion of the 
city. The public buildings are substantial 
structures, designed for endurance. There 
are many private residences whose beauties 
of modern architecture, size and surround- 
ings are a pride and ornament to the city. 
San Francisco can also boast of containing 
one of the largest and most beautiful 
[hotels in the world. To the pleasure- 
seeker the facilities for gratifying his taste 
are unlimited, for nature and art here vie 
with each other to please mankind. The 
educational facilities cannot be excelled, 
and the religious community could not 
wish for finer or more commodious places 
of worship. But, of course, as in all large 
cities, the chief interests of all are centered 
in her business and commercial relations. 
There is seldom a complaint of dull times 
here, for her position as the principal sea- 
port of the coast, and her connection with 



the largest and most influential cities of 
the East by the great transcontinental rail- 
road, affords her advantages w r hich no city 
west of New York can claim. There is, 
therefore, always a brisk activity and ani- 
mation throughout her thoroughfares. 
Her population is constantly and rapidly 
increasing, so much so as to become almost 
fabulous, and numbers now near 300,000 
among her inhabitants. With the ex- 
oeption of an occasional epidemic, such as 
must necessarily visit every city of any 
size, San Francisco is no doubt a most 
healthful and desirable place of residence, 
for the sea breeze is both refreshing and 
invigorating, and the trade winds which 
sweep over the city in the summer season, 
or for about six months of the year, have 
;i tendency to purify the atmosphere of the 
place, which might otherwise become heavy 
with disease. 

AAROX BAVID, Stamping, 850 

Washington 
Aaron Mrs D, dressmaker, 850 Washgn 
Aaron Joseph, barber, 534 3d 
Abadie & Fos, butchers, 1320 Dupont 
ABBOT DOWNING COMPY, F 
S Eastman agent, carriages and wag- 
ons, 413 & 415 Battery 
Abbott Mrs E A, bakery, 124 h 8th 
Abbott Mrs F B, dressmaker, 1306 Pine 
Abbott Geo W, money broker, NE cor Sac- 
ra mento and Montgomery 
Abbott Ida L, varieties, 424 3d 
Abel J & Co, auctioneers, 604 California 
Abell Akx G, prest Masonic Hall Associa- 
tion, Masonic Temple 
ABELS S E, Atty-at-law, 36 Montgy 
Abraham G, tailor, 136 2d 
Abraham I, clothing, 433 Pacific 
Abraham Jos, clothing, 721 Sansome 
Abraham L, clothing, 6 Clay 
Abraham P & Son, drygoods, 44 6th 
Abraham Simon, barber, 860 Howard 
Abrahamson Alex, clothing, 307 and 429 
Kearny 

Abrahamson Peter, stoves and tinware, 

939 Market 
Abrahams & Spiro, watches and jewelry, 

534 Kearny 
Abram A, clothing, 400 Pacific 
Abrams & Co, wholesale druggists, 206 

and 208 Battery 
Abrams S, real estate and ins, 310 Montgy 



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Abramson & Bacon, druggists, 717 Clay 
Abumerich G & D, fruits, 1322 Polk 
Academy Building, 330 Pine 
Accidental Con G & S M Co, 426 Montgy 
Acker Mrs F, dressmaker, 317 Sutter 
ACKERMAN BROS, Importers of 

fancy goods, crockery, cutlery, plated 

ware, etc, 123 Kearny and 209 Sutter 
Ackerman Chas L, atty-at-law, 420 Sansome 
Ackerman Dave, butcher, 6 Mpltn mkt 
Acton B, harnessmaker, 3009 Mission 
Adam G-, mirrors and frames, 742 Mission 
Adam & Kibbe, liquors, SE cor Coml and 

Montgy & junction Geary and Market 
Adams Mrs, lodgings, 645 Clay 
Adams A C, atty-at-law, 40 Montgy block 
Adams & Butler, hay & feed, 42 & 44 Clay 
ADAMS CHRISTOPHER, Lock 

and gunsmith; bellhanger and cutler, 

506 Commercial 
Adams Cyrus & Co, seed, tobacco, 419-421 

Jackson 

ADAMS «& CO, Lock factory, 220 
Fremont 

Adams Edson, real estate, 44 Montgy blk 
Adams F H, atty-at-law, 606 Montgomery 
Adams H H, carpenter, 2720 Mission 
Adams Hill Con Mng Co, W W Traylor 

secretary, 37 Nevada block 
ADAMS HOUSE, J C Beach proprie- 
tor, 537 Sacramento 
Adams Jacob, Bdwy brewery, 637 Bdwy 
Adams John Q, atty-at-law, 526 Montgy 
Adams L S, purchasing agent, 405 Front 
Adams, McNeill & Co, genlmdse, 405 Front 
Adams & Nelson, groceries, SW cor 

Mason and Greenwich 
Adams & Norton, livery, NE cor Turk and 
Larkih 

Adams Samuel, druggist, 111 Stockton 
Adams & Taylor, lumber, pier 17, Stewart 
Adams W H, Arcade house, 930 Market 
Addison Mrs S L, dressmaker, 728 % Howd 
Adler Louis, boots and shoes, 333 East 
Adler Morris, market, 302 Beale 
Adler & Newman, butcher, 704 Battery 
Advance S Mng Co, B Lingley secretary, 

309 California 
jEtna Ins Co, Henry Carleton, jr, agent, 

311 California 
iEtna Iron Works, Pendergast & Smith 

proprietors, 217 Fremont 
iEtna Life Ins Co, C W Dannals agent, 504 

Kearny 

Agenda Mng Co, H B Congdon secretary, 
330 Pine 

AGUIRRE M J, Money broker and 
cigars, 500 Kearny, cor California 

AGUIRRE PETER A, Hatter, 329 
Kearny 

AHERN <& CO, Com merchants, 
fruits and produce, 210 Washington 

Ahern D, bakery, 228 1st 

Ahern J M, grocer, NW cor Larkin and 
Ash avenue 



Ahlbach J, plumber, 211 4th 
Ahlbach Peter, carpenter, 807 Folsom 
Ahlborn Chas, Hansa hotel, 429 Bush 
Ahlenfeld Morris D, cigars and tobacco 
103V a 5th 

AHLERS & BOCKMANN, Gro- 
cers, NW cor Polk and Austin 

Ahpel, Henry &JfCo, produce & com mer 
chants, 209 Washington 

Ahrens A, jeweler, 843 Dupont 

AHRENS & MURPHY, Wood and 
coal, 1113 Bryant 

Ahrens & Tamm, grocers, NE cor 2d and 
Natoma 

Ahrens & Windt, grocers, NE cor Hyde 

and Broadway 
Ahrens D & G, liquors, SW cor Mission 

and Main 

AHRENS JACOB H, Liquors and 

lunch house, 218 Commercial 
Ahrens, Koch & Tietjen, Chicago brewery, 

1020 to 1028 Pine 
Ahumada Joseph M, real estate, 631 Sacto 
Ainsa M, capitalist, 306 Montgomery 
Aitken Chas H, butcher, 5 Washington 
Aitken Wm H, US Pension agt and attor- 

ney-at-law, 34 Montgomery block 
Alabama and Humboldt Con Mng Co, 
Wm H Watson secy, 302 Montgomery 
Alabama Mng Co, Wm H McClintock 

secretary, 419 California, room 4 
Alacran Mng Co, 320 Sansome 
ALAMEDA LAND «t INVEST- 
MENT CO, Frank Coy & Co, gen 
agents, 430 Montgomery ■ 
Alameda Mng Co, L Price secy, 606 Montgy 
Alameda, Oakland and Piedmont B B Co, 

Thad S Fitch secy, 240 Montgomery 
Alaska Coal Co, 63 Merchants' ex 
Alarme & Goldman, hair goods, 403 Dupont 
Alaska Commercial Co, John F Miller 

president, 310 and 312 Sansome 
Alaska Con Mng Co, G B Spinney secre- 
tary, 320 California 
ALRAIGE DEMETRO, Wood and 

coal, 908 and 910 Stockton 
ALBANY BREWERY, Spreckles 

& Co proprietors, 71 and 75 Everett 
Albare & Grey, ballastmen, NW cor San- 
some and Vallejo 
Albers M, grocer, 335 4th 
Albertson E, physician, 109 O'Farrell 
Albrecht John, tailor, 528 Bush 
Albrecht Bichard, bakery, 109 Taylor 
Albucht Geo, blacksmith, SE cor 15th and 

Bailroad avenue 
Alcayaga Jose, varieties, 524 Broadway 
Alden Fruit Preserving Co, Geo W Deitz- 

ler prest, 426 Montgomery 
Aldrich L, atty-at-law, 330 Pine 
Alexander B S, lieut-col engineers' dept, 

533 Kearny 
Aldrich W A, capitalist, 200 Sansome 
Alexander Chas, cig'rs & tobacco, 957 Mrkt 
ALEXANDER C M, Tinner, 513 4th 



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Alexander D & Co, cigars, 211 Battery 
Alexander E L, special agt Postoffice 

Department, 716 Montgomery 
Alexander H B, engineer, 606 Montgy 
Alexander J, boots and shoes, 364 Pacific 
ALi:\AM)ER I E, Carpenter, 1136 

Mission 

Alexander Mrs I E, dressmaker, 87 9th 
Alexander Jas, varieties, 202 % Montgy av 
Alexander Jas, wood, Berry bet 3d & 4th 
Alexander L, rafr corsets, 1028-1030 Mkt 
Alexander O, mining, 309 California 
Alexander P, drygoods, 2602 Mission 
Alexander R Becker, physician, 205 Kearny 
Alexander S, clothing, 772 & 774 Howard 
Alexander S, clothing, 474 Howard 
ALEX AM DEB S O A CO, Impr 

clothing, 4 Battery 

Alexis , laundry, 35 Turk 

Alfeld Joseph, stationery, 805 Larkin 
Alford Mrs Mary, bakery, 759 If Howard 
Alfred Bros, druggists, cor Washn & Kearny 
Alhambra M Co, R Wegener secy, 414 Cala 
Alhambra Q M Co, A L Fuller secy, 320 

Sansoine 

Alhambra Theatre, s s Bush, bet Kearny 

and Montgomery 
Allan Joseph, tripe, 53 & 54 Cala Market 
Allardt G F, civil engineer, 432 Montgy 
Allen A, barber, 2015 Geary 
Allen A S, liquors, 730 Pacific 
Allen Chas E, prest Standard Soap Co, 

204 Sacramento 
Allen Mrs I) M, varieties, 118 9th 
Allen E T, com merchant, 330 Sansome 
Allen E T, mining secy, California 
Allen Mrs Frances, bakery, 326 15th 
Allen Hugh, nursery, SW cor McAllister 

and Buchanan 
Allen J, liquors, 925 Folsom 
Allen J, musician, 308 6th 
ALLEX JAMES M, Atty-at-law, 12 

Nevada block 
Allen J E, liquors, 18 "Washington 
Allen John E, plumber, 639 Post 
Allen J G, 104 Montgomery block 
Allen John, crocky & hardwe, 1322 Stockn 
Allen John, grocer, cor Rausch & Folsom 
Allen Mrs M, dressmaker, 734 Howard 
Allen R B, collector Main-st wharf 
Allen Roe, livery, 192 Stevenson 
Allen S, wholesale butcher, 240 Montgy 
Allen Saml, furniture, 221 Third 
A I h ii S L & Co, shipwright, 10 Drumm 
Allen Wm, carpenter, 403 Brannan 
Allen Wm, contractor, 407 Brannan 
Allen Wm H, mill buldr, 119 Cala, room 9 
All^n W H, atty-at-law, 607 Washington 
ALLEN \\ II, Ming secy, 224 Montgy 
ALLEMBERti CHARLES, Min- 
ing secy, 438 California 
Alldack Jos, grocer, SW corBush&Devisdo 
Allions Frank, oysters, Centre market 
ALMSOV D E <fc CO, Com merchts, 
fruit, grain & produce, 309-311 Washn 



ALL STATIONS HOTEL, Joseph 
F Bertrand propr, 432 & 434 Broadway 
Allright S M Co, Win A M Van Bokkelen, 

secy, 320 Sansome 
Allvne & White, props Pacific Oil Works, 

112-114 Front 
ALPERS CHARLES, Leader Me- 
tropolitan band, 607 Kearny 
Alpha Con M Co, Wm Willis secy, 12 Ne- 
vada block 
Alpinej G & S M Co, C A Gould secy, 419 

California, room 17, 
Alps S M Co, O D Squire secy, 331 Montgy 
Alsop John, umbrella facty, 341 Bush 
Alt Chas, bootmaker, 608 Vallejo 
ALTA LODGING HOUSE, Cot- 
trel & Ralston proprs, 536 Sacramento 
Alta M Co, Wm H Watson secy, 302 Montgy 
ALTA SOAP CO, mfrs soap, Oregon 

bet Front & Davis 
Altemus John, bakery, 2542 Folsom 
Altenberg Mrs Rosalia, dressmaker 857 
Folsom 

ALTIIOF <fc BAHLS, Bookbinders, 
423 Clay 

Althof Bros, restaurant, 626 Market 
Altman Jacob, tailor, 1206 Polk 
Altoona QM Co, C Allenberg secy, 438 Cala 
Altstruler Levy, drygoods, 518 16th 
Altvoter Philip, butcher, NW cor Leaven- 
worth and Broadway 
Alvarado J C, atty-at-law, 330 Pine 
Alvarez Atanasio, wholesle liquors and 

tobacco, 621 Sansome 
Alvey C W, plumber, 535 Pacific 
Alvord Wm, vice-prest Bank of California, 
Amark Fred, wholesale and mfrs cigars 

and tobacco, 518 Battery 

NW cor Cala and Sansome 
Amazon G & S M Co, John A Reichart 

secv, 330 Pine, room 21 
AMAZON INS CO, D J West & Co 

agts, 319 California 
Ambrose & Horan, poultry, 78&79 Central 

market 

Ambrose Jas, liquors, 6 Mission 
Amedee Mrs Jennie, laundry, 513 Union 
AMENOT EMIL, Carpenter &buildr- 

731 Pacific 
America M Co, 330 Pine, room 27 
AMERICAN CENTRAL INS CO 

OF ST LOUIS MO, J R Ham- 
ilton agt, 221 Sansome 
AMERICAN CLOCK CO, H Moli- 

lineau agt, 7 Montgomery 
AMERICAN ©1ST TEL CO, 

Monroe Greenwood supt, 222 Sansome 
AMERICAN EAGLE HOUSE, 

(lodging) Jos Reed propr, 326 Sansome 
American Exchange hotel, Thomas Bryan 

propr, 319-325 Sansome 
AMERICAN FIRE INS CO, J. 

Hunt & Sons agts, 313 California 
American Flag M & Ditch Co, W R.Watson, 

secy, 206 Front 



H. Wachhorst callg attention to his Genuine Sterling Silverware, 78L^ at, Sac. 



Daily Evening Post, S. F., the Cheapest and Best; Able and Vigorous in all its departments. 



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American Flag M & M Co, G R Spinney 

secy, 320 California 
American Flat M Cc, Chas A Sankey secy, 

331 Montgomery 
American Home Missionary Society, Eev 

J H Warren supt, 418 California 
American Laundry, A J Black propr, SE 

cor 5th & Jessie 
American Machine and Model Works, 514 

Commercial 
AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY, 

Eev F E Shearer agt, 757 Market 
American S, physician, 752 Folsom 
AMERICAN S S LINE, N Giamboni 

& Co agts, 520 Clay 
Amerman I A, supt railway mail service, 

606 Montgomery 
Ames Fisher, atty-at-law, City hall 
Ames H K, agt Howe Sewing Machine Co, 

873 Market 
Ames H M & Co, butchers, 525 Clay 
Ames Pelham W, secy Sutro Tunnel Co, 320 

Cal 

Amerup Ceo, paints, 1126 Market 
Amnion Caspari & Co, com and shipping 

merchts, 123 California 
Andemard Miss M, laundry, 314 Sutter 
Andrau Joseph, sausages, 51 Centre mkt 
Anderson Andrew, boarding, 250 Spear 
Auderson Andrew, liquors, 1023 Kearny 
Anderson C A, liquors, 432 Cal 
Anderson H W, bakery, 643 3d 
Anderson Henry C, oysters, 40, 41 and 42 

Cala market 
Anderson & Irving, furnishing goods, 219 

Montgomery 
Anderson J D, stationery & books, 120 4th 
Anderson M, liquors, 11 Merchant 
Anderson N, secy Cala Transportation Co, 

519 East, 

Anderson N, cigarmaker, 734 Brannan 
Anderson Ole, liquors, Jackson 
AIDERSOU I 3 , Editor ''Pacific Ap- 
peal," 511 Sansome 
Anderson & Randolph, watches & jewelry, 

NW cor Sutter & Montgomery 
Anderson R H, furniture, 1007 Folsom 
Anderson & Swansy, butter and cheese, 

38 Grand Central market 
ANDERSON THOMAS, Wholesale 

and retail coal, 118 & 120 Market 
Andes S M Co, M Landers secy, Nevada blk 
Andrean Miss C E, human hair, 251 3rd 
AN ID RE AN I G «& CO, Restaurant, 

533 Washington 
Andrepole Gregoire, fruits, SW cor Leides- 

dorff and California 
Andresen Bros, carriagemakers, 60? Batry 
ANOREWS A, Jewelry, diamonds etc, 

221 Montgomery 
Andrew Mrs Hannah, bakery, 1332 Pacific 
Andrews E O, dairy produce, 24 Centre 

market 

ANDREWS Mrs II, Occidental 
house, 535 Market and Sutter 



ANDROS MILTON, Atty-at-law 18 

and 20 U S Court buildings 
Andros & Page, attys-at-iaw, 18 & 20 U S 

Court buildings 
ANDURAN C & CO, Importers 

wines and liquors, 515 & 517 Sacto 
Angel Mrs M, glove cleaner 922 \ Folsom 
Angel Myron, mingsecy, 24 Merchants' ex 
Angell J W, druggist, NW cor 1st & Folsom 
Angell, Palmer & Co, Miners' foundry, 237 

1st 

Anglo-Californian bank — F F Low prest; 

I Steinhart, manager, 422 California 
Anronze M & Co, barbers, 622 Pacific 
Ansberg B & Co, butchers, cor Battery and 

Union 

Anshal Saml, fancy goods, 208 6th 
Auspacher A, grain broker, 219 Sansome 
Anthes Fred, bakery, 510 4th 
Anthony E T & Co, repackers of mdse, 

407 & 409 Commercial 
Anthony Geo W, real estate, 417 Bush 
Anthony Harry, liquors, 238 4th 
Anthoney S, restaurant, 212 Brannan 
ANTISELL T M <fc CO, Pianos 

and music, 865 Market 
Antoin Chas, fruits, 206 3d 
Anton August, cigars and tobacco, 154 2d 
Antunovich F & Co, coffee saloon, 403 East 
Antunovich Nicholas, coffee saloon, 315 

East 

AUTZ HENRY, Butcher, NW cor 

Geary and Larkin 
Apel John, contractor, 610 Sacramento 
APOTHECARY HALL, W J 

Bryan druggist, & B B Thayer chem- 
ist, 1 New Montgomery 
Appel S, tailor, 786 Folsom, 
Appel Theodore, cigars and tobacco, NW 

cor Ellis and Stockton 
Apple Mrs, drygoods, 28 6th 
APPLEBY WILLIAM, Florist, 

Mission, bet 19th and 20th 
Applegate J H, atty-at-law, 729 Montgy 
APPONYI CHAS E, Architect, 

126 Kearny 
Arata, Andrea & Co, fruits, 519 4th 
Arata Franciso, feed store, 620 Broadway 
ARCHIBALD P L, Record livery 

stable, 1324-1326 Market 
Archibald Thos, liquors, 1 Valencia 
Arctic Ins Co, Potter/ Jacobs & Easton 

agts, 318 California 
ARFORT JOHN R, Carriage makr, 

218 Post 

Argenti & Galli, sculptors, 14 Taylor 
Argenti F, varieties, Mission nr 26th 
Argentina G & S M Co, T S Fitch secy, 

240 Montgomery 
Arion Verein, Chas Zielberg secy, meet at 

Tivoli hall 

Arizona and California Mutual Prospectg 
Co, John J Stirling seep, 330 Pine 

Arizona Chief G & S M Co, Charles H 
Wakelee prest, 535 Clay 



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Arizona S M Co, Wm Willis secy, Nev blk 

Armand , mercht tailor, 307 Pine 

Armitage Joseph, druggist, 512 Kearny 
ABMES A D iLLIM, Imprs, mfrs 

and wholesale wood & willow ware, 

cordage, etc, 215-217 Sacramento 
Armory Building, NE cor Sac'o k Montgy 
ARMSTRONG JAMES, Eagle 

hrewerv. ale k porter, 14th k Folsom 
ARMSTRONG J G, cooper, 104 Coml 
Armstrong J L & .Co, brokers, 6 Leidesdff 
Armstrong Martin, cigars and tobacco, 

529 H East 

ARMSTRONG It. Cooper, 72 Oregon 
A It Ml I I >l S S. varieties, 8 Stewart 
Arnheim S S A Son, druggists, 24 Stewart 
ArnbediTJ Wm, watchmaker, 8 Stewart 
ARNOLD BROS, Real estate and 

money brokers, 423 Kearny 
ARNOLD A CO, Wood k coal, 333 3rd 
Arnold E T, optician, 427 Kearny 
Arnold F W, cooper, Oregon, bet Front and 

Davis 

Arnold Gottleib, butcher, cor 30th k Missn 
Arnold Mrs Amanda, niillinerv, 1-100 Polk 

ARNOLD N S A CO, Bardw&re and 

commn merchts, 310 California 
Arnold T J, chf engr State Harbor Comrs, 

10 California 
Arnold Wm H, painter, 315 Minna 
ARONSON A, furniture, 1326 Stocktn 
AroDson Geo<fc Co, pawnbrokers, 110 Kearny 
Aronstein A, physician, 29 Kearny 
A RRIOLAGOITIA G, Interpreter 

and translator, 604 Merchant 
ALPER ALBERT I>, Collector, 533 

Kearny 

Arrambide J B, money broker and cigars, 

611 Montgomery 
Arthur Wm S, bakery, 259 3rd 
Artigues E k Co, pork, 14 S F market 
Asal Adolph, liquors, 1237 Mission 
Ascher S, mfr oil clothing, 325 Davis 
Ash Bros, clothing, 13-15 Battery 
Ash Isadore, furrier, 329 3rd 
Ash B, atty-at-law, 607 Kearny 
Ashburner Wm, mining engr, 240 Montgy 
Ashdown A, accountant, 507 Montgomery 
Asher A F, clothing, 408 4th 
Asher Coleman, cigars* tobacco, 1306 Polk 
ASHLEY Mrs W H, dressmaker, 

120 Sutter 
Ashmead »V Kellum, carpenters, 5 Beale 
ASH TO \ < II ABC I.I S, .Tleal estate, 

120 Sutter 

ASM \ N N A DOM'II, Dairy produce 
A impr German delicacies, 32 Cala mkt 

Assessment Guide, C E Pfeifer mangr, 423 
Washington 

ASS ION .1, mercht tailor, 205 Montgy 

Asmussen W A, grocer, 492 8th 

Astredo A, liquors, 635 Washington. 

Atchinsen B M <fc Co, dairy produce, 16, 
17. 28 k 29 Centre market 

Athoarn k Co, grocers, 6 Stewart 



Atkins H B, grocer, cor Jones & O'Farrell 

Atkinson Geo F, fruits, 237 6th 

ATKINSON J AS, wholesale and re- 
tail liquors : 1021 Market 

Atkinson James, liquors, 538 Market 

ATKINSON L <fc CO, Imprs and 
wholesale dealer in shirts, 22 Sansome 

Atkinson, Lyon & Co, stock brokers, 405 H 
California 

Atkinson Nathan, real estate, 507 Montgy 
Atkinson Thomas, real estate, 24 Howard 
Atlantic Con M Co, Peter Eobertson secy, 
330 Pine 

Atlantic Giant Powder Co, H Pichori, 

secy, 10 California 
ATLANTIC «fc PACIFIC 

TELEGRAPH CO, F L Vanden- 

burgh supt, 507 Cal ; branch offices 

Grani hotel, Palace hotel, Lick house, 

cor Front and Sac, Market-st ferry, 

and cor 4th and Townsend 
ATLANTIC STRAW WORKS, 

Forrest k Co proprs, 132 4th 
Atlas Insur Co of Hartford, Hutchinson, 

Maan k Smith agts, 314 California 
Attell Saml, tailor, 640 Howard 
Attinger G, bootmaker, 117 Leidesdorff 
Atwell k Darns, butchers, 12 Union market 
AT WILL «fc WEST, Mining and 

stock brokers, 419 Cala, room 2 
Aubert Albert, pork, 10 S F market 
Aubert J M, physician, 504 Kearny 
Aubonn)t Mrs J, Europe hotel, 109 Dupont 
Auclair, French hotel, 629 Front 
Audiffred H, wood and coal, 3 Mission 
Auerbach k Michael, cigars and tobacco, 

539 Clay 

Auerbach Jacob, physician, 310^ Stockton 
Auerbach L k Co, cigars k tobacco,309 East 
Aufrichtig M, jewelry, 2h 6th 
AUGER B E & CO, Importers and 

commission merchants, 409 Battery 
Auger Mrs J A, milliner, 121 Stockton 
Auger J, bakery, 911 Pacific 
Aureola G k S M Co, T S Fitch sec, 240 

Montg 

Aurouze M k Co, barbers, 622 Pacific 
AUSTIN B C, Manufacturers tin cans 

and boxes, tinware, 414 Merchant 
Austin H, dentist, 634 Washington 
Austin Joseph, port warden, 525 Front 
Austro Hungarian Consul, G Muecke, 

109 Cal 

Avenue House, N W cor Geary & Cemetery 
avenue 

Avenue House, Leon Piper, propr, 807- 

819 Kearny 
Avery & Crosby, S M Co, Wm A M Van 

Bokkelen, secy, 320 Sansome 
Avery Mrs A N, physician, 207 Sutter 
Avery DEit Co, produce, Centre Market 
AVY EUGENE, Wholesale dealer in 

sheep, and commission merchant, 320 

Sansome 

Ayer Washington, physician, 410 Wshtng 



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AYERS FRED, Liquors, 117 Dupont 
Ayres John G, capitalist, 324 H Montgy 
Ayres & Hopkins, S M Co, Wm A M Van 

Bokkelen secy, 320 Sansome 
Ayres Joshua I, mining, 320 Sansome 
Ayres Leon, S M Co, Wm A M Van Bokke- 
len secv, 320 Sansome 
Babb C E Rev, ed The Occident, 508 Clay 
Babcock J Gould, of Oakland, flour mills, 

office 326 Davis 
Babson Seth, architect, 320 Cala 
Baca & Castanos, butchers, 535 Clay 
BACCALA «& BOCKEN, Restau- 
rant, 540 Commercial 
Baccus R T, butcher, S W cor Mason and 
O'Farrell 

Bach Elder J W, atty-at-law, 625 Merchnt 
Bach Jno, mngr U Anaheim Wine Growers' 

Asso, 321 Montg 
BACHELDER T F, Atty-at-law, 622 

Clay 

Bachman Bros, drygoods, 10-12 Battery 
BACKER Mrs E, Millinery, suits 

and cloaks, 406 Kearney 
BACIGALUPI AL & CO, Fruits 
and vegetables, and commission mer- 
chants, 507 Washington 
Bacigalupi G, boots & shoes, 1404 Dupont 
Bacigalugo John, liquors, 621 Broadway 
Bacigalupo T D, wine mfr, 1419 Dupont 
Backus S W, agt Oregon packets, 44 Mrkt 
BACON «& CO, Book and job printers, 

508 Clay 
Bacon A P, mining, 126 Kearny 
Bacon E T, mining, 126 Kearny 
Bacon H D, real estate, 305 Sansome 
Bacon J B, liquors, 121 Post 
Bacon J S, agt Boston Board Underwriters 
and commission merchant, 405 Front 
Badaraco A, wood and coal, 1516 Stockton 
BADGER WM G & CO, Drygoods, 
clothing, agt Hallett & Davis' pianos, 
and Geo Wood's organs, 13 Sansome 
Badlam Alexander, city and county asses- 
sor, City Hall 
Baer I, money broker, 752 Market 
Baehr Wm, jeweler, 649 Sacramento 
Bagley Townsend, atty-at-law, 622 Clay 
Bagovich & Nigro, restaurant, 209 Dupont 
Bahr W A, boots and shoes, 116 6th 
Bailly Bros, butchers, 71 Cal market 
Bailey Con G & S M Co, John F Sterling 

secy, 330 Pine 
Bailey Henry, wood & coal, 128 O'Farrell 
Bailey Mrs J, artist, 523 Kearny 
Bailey L H, jr, machinist, 215 1st 
Bailey & McLane, proprs Railroad house, 

533 Commercial 
Bailey Thos & Co, wool, cor King and 5th 
Bailey Wm, whitener, 662 Mission 
Baily Wm J, boarding, 54 1st 
Baird Andrew, stock broker and mining 

secy, 304 Cal 
Bak H, physician, 593 Ellis 
Bak Henry, physician, 26 Monty 



Baker & Bralich, restaurant, 626 Kearny 
Baker D, lodgings, 719 Market 
Baker Rev E P, clergyman, Congl 
Baker & Fisher, liquors, 1134 Market 
Baker Geo F, atty-at-law, 502 Monty 
Baker Geo H, lithographer, 103 Monty 
BAKER & HAMILTON, Hard- 
ware, agricultural implements, etc, 
7-19 Front 
Baker & James, liquors, 825 Monty 
Baker Mrs J, shooting gallery, 903 Kearny 
Baker L F, grain produce, 113 Washington 
Baker O S, atty-at-law, 526 Montgomery 
Baker R E, boarding, 106 Stewart 
Baker & Smith, grocers, N W cor Eddy & 
Mason 

Baker Wm, bakery, N E cor Clay & Mason 
Baker Wm, lqrs, N W cor Spear & Mission 
Balcear Mrs E J, hair doctress, 532 Bush 
Balch H M, msicl inst repairer, 432 Kearny 
Baldridge M, stock broker, 314 Monty 
Baldwin Alex R, capitalist, 111^ Leidesdf 
Baldwin A S, artist, 17 Safe Deposit block 
Baldwin A S, physician, 218 Stockton 
Baldwin E J, capitalist, 513 Cal 
Baldwin Hiram S, physician, 612 Clay 
Baldwin Lloyd, atty-at-law, 606 Monty 
Baldwin O D, restnurant, 519 Clay 
Baldwin's Academy of Music, 938 Market, 

Thos Maguire, manager 
Baldwin's Hotel, N E cor Market and 
Powell, E J Baldwin propr, H A Chad- 
wick manager 
Baley Chas A, druggist, S E cor Howard 
and 6th 

BALFOUR, GUTHRIE «fc CO, 

Shipping and commission mecrhants 

and insurance agents, 230 Cal 
BALL A EVERETT, Attorney-at- 

law, 502 Monty 
Ball R C, architect, 4 Post 
Ballard & Hall, commission merchants, 

wool and grain, 320 Sansome 
Ballard G, mnfg bath tabs, 215 2nd 
Ballard Mrs L A, physician, 26 Ellis 
Ballheimer & Thiele, grocers, S E cor 

Grove and Buchanan 
Ballinger John J, painter, S E cor Market 

and Van Ness 
BALNY A J, Feather manufacturer, 

608 Market 
Baltic Con M Co, Jos Maguire secy, 419 

Cal 

BALTIC HOUSE, Wm Fowler propr, 
13 Stewart 

Baltimore Con M Co, Chas A Sankey secy, 
331 Monty 

Balzer Henry & Co, commission mer- 
chants, insurance agents, 213 Sansome 

BANCROFT ALA CO, Books 
and stationery, printers, publishers 
and litographers, 721 Market 

BANCROFT «& CO, Com mchts, 
produce, 218 Washington 

Band Joseph, butcher, 18th & Valencia j^. 



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Bandereta M A M Co, J W Tripp secy, 408 
California 

BAHDMANM, NIELSEN <fc CO, 

Com mchts, agts Giant Powder, 210 
Front 

Banenson R Chas, drygoods, 200^ 4th 
Bangor G A S M Co, B F M Benson secy, 

240 Montgomery 
Bank of British Columbia, Wm H Tilling- 
hast manager, SE cor Cal A Sansome 
Bank of British NorthAmerica,221 Sansome 
Bank of California, D O Mills prest, Thos 
Brown cashr, NW corCala A Sansome 
Bank of Commerce, D W C Thompson 

prest, A W Preston cashr, 324 Cala 
Bank of San Francisco (The), N P Cole 

prest, 436 California 
Banks G 8, livery, 709 Jones 
Banks Harry D, cigars A tobco, 1034 Mkt 
Banks James, lodgings, 318 Davis 
Banks T C, capitalist, 29 Merchants' Exge 
Bankson J R, saloon, 208 First 
BANNER BROS, Imps & mfrs cloth- 
ing and furnishng goods, NE cor San- 
some and Market 
Banner Soap Co, 218 Sacramento 
Bansen Conrad, grocer, SW cor Plk A Brdy 
Baptis Jno If . manfg gold pens, 328 Bush 
Baraco A Mussante, poultry A game, stalls 

76 A 77 Centre Market 
Baraty A Coultolenc, butchrs, 303 Mont av 
Barbaster Mrs M, French laundry, 838 Clay 
Barbat J, physician A druggist, 910 Pacific 
Barber John, money broker, 512 Montgy 
It \ It IS Kit K E. Mcht tailor, 307 Pine 
IS i It IS i: It WM, Atty-at-law, 323 Cala 
Barbier A Barretts, sample rooms, 903 Mkt 
Barbier Mme A, dressmaker, 516 Pine 
Barbier P A Co, fruits, 303 4th 
Barman M, books A stationary, 308 4th 
Barcelona Central S M Co, C E Bucking- 
ham secy, 426 California 
Barcelona Con M Co, J P Moore secy, 426 
California 

Bargen H, grocer, SE cor Page A Octavia 
Bargogliotti P A Co, fruits, 145 Post 
BABOON ES JAMES, Liquors A 

cigars, 218 Montgomery av 
Barichievich John, restaurant, 133 Fifth 
Barker A Co, spring bed factory, 745 Misn 
ISA It K E It J A n ES E, Importer and 
wholesale hardware, iron pipe and 
plumbers' materials, 408 Market 
Barkhaus F W A D, books, 537 Kearny 
Bar klage W m , bowling alley, SE cor Kearny 

and Jackson 
Barli A A Co, mrcht tailors, 609 Clay 
Barling H H, broker, 434 Montgy 
Barlow E T, agt Turbine water wheel, 111 

Washington 
Barnard Express to San Rafael, 1 Coml 
Barnard John, saloon, 42 Sacramento 
BABMABD'S BUM NESS COL- 
LEGE, and Espinaa' Writing Acad- 
emy, 120 Sutter 



Barndres F, wood and'coal, Beale-st wharf 
Barner Wm, grocer, NE cor 9th ANatoma 
Barnes Chas E, mechal engineer, 609 Misn 
Barnes W H L, atty-at-law, 426 California 
Barnes Wm, carpenter, Ellis, bet Devisa- 

dero and Beideman 
Barnett Isaac, junk, 636 Broadway 
Barnett Joseph, crockery, 39 and 79 4th 
Barney James M, general mdse, 304 Cala 
Baro Mrs T, bakery, 664 Howard 
Baron Abraham, tailor, 31 Pacific 
BARR J I> *V CO, Pioneer nianu- 

factrs umbrellas A parasols, 323 Bush 
Barrett Alfred, jeweler, 44 Second 
Barrett A Sherwood, watches A jewelry, 

517 Montgy 
Barrett Fred, assaver, 507 Montgy 
BARRETT JOHN S, Commission 

stockbroker, 326 Pine 
Barrett W G, cashier S F Gaslight Co, 

Mission and First 
Barrilis Count Diego, Italian Consul, 525 

Front 

Barringer Mrs E, dressmaker, 805 Mission 
Barringer Wm, carpenter and builder, 

Ritch, bet King and Berry 
Barris C C, mining, 302 Montgy 
Barris L, mining, 302 Montgy 
Barroithet H, mangr Ir Belloc, 524 Montg 
Barron C J, painter, 815 Market 
Barron Wm, grocer, SW cor Powell A Clay 
Barrows W H, atty-at-law, 76 Montgy blk 
Barry A Backer, butchers, 1207 Mission 
Barry C E, searcher of records, 619 Montgy 
Barry David, liquors, cor Heron & 8th 
Barry Edward, stock broker, 415 Montgy 
Barry Mrs Eliza, bakery, 516 Mission 
Barry Patrick, grocer, NE cor Natoma 

and Mary 

Barry Patrick, grocer, SE cor Hayes and 
Fillmore 

Barry A Patten, liquors, 413 Montgy 
BARSOTTI, PARPOLI «fc CO, 

wood and coal, 608 Broadway 
Barss J E, pattern cutting, 927 Market 
Barstow Alfred, atty-at-law, 330 Pine 
Barstow D P, atty-at-law, 320 Sansome 
BARSTOW GEORGE, Attorney- 

at-law, 315 California 
BARSTOW, STETSON «fc 

HOUGHTON, Attys-at-law, 315 

California 
Bartels C, bakery, 247 4th 
Bartels J, bakery, 115 7th 
Bartels John, bakery, 21 6th 
BARTEES PETER H, Saloon, 

1012 Battery 
Bartlett A Chrisler, liquors, SE cor Bush 

and Kearny 
BARTLETT COLIMBUS, Atty- 
at-law, 615 Kearny 
Bartlett F, Montgy blk 
Bartlett H J. liquors, 242 Kearney 
BARTLETT WASHINGTON, 

Real Estate broker, 12 Montgomery 



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Bartlett Wm C, journalist " Bulletin," 517 
Clay 

BAKTLLVG & KOIBALL, Book- 
binders, paper ruler, and blank book 
mfrs, 505 Clay 

Barton & Brooks, stock brokers, 417 Cali- 
fornia 

BARTON B F «fc CO, Impr salt, 

soda, etc; mfrs yeast powders, 211, 213 

Sacramento 
Barton James, boots and shoes, 819 Battery 
Barton John, ragr Salt Co, 218 Sacramento 
BARTON ROBT, Mining engineer, 

17 Nevada blk 
Barton T J, physician, 14 Eddy 
Bartrand Andrew, furrier, 501 Kearny 
Baruth E, grocer, SW cor Post & Fillmore 
Baruth Peter William, grocer, NW cor 

Sutter and Hyde 
Barut R, butcher, 1402 Stockton 
Basalt Co, (The), Geo C Potter Prest, 

Frank L Palmer, secy, 302 California 
Basconcellos J J, stoves, 524 Washington 
Basilauski A, fruits, 1427 Dupont 
BASS T J & CO, Importers paints 

and oils, 26 Geary & 23 Morton 
Bassett A C, Supt S P R R, Townsend bet 

3rd & 4th 

BASSETT C F «fc CO, Produce 

commission merchants 304 Davis 
BASSETT JOSEPH, Com mcht, 

flour, grain & produce, 221, 223 Clay 
BATCH E LO R EDWARD P, Late 

prosecuting attorney, 7 Montgy blk 
Rateman I C, capitalist, 419 California 
BATEMAN W A, Livery stable and 

milk depot, 353 Tehama 
Bates C M, physician, 224 Kearny 
Bates J C, attorney-at-law, 434 California 
BATES, WOODS <fc CO, Publishers, 

423 Washington 
Batolma John, boarding, 1017 Battery 
Batt Jacob, srloon, 135 Post 
Batten & Mullen, marble works, Geary, 

near Central ave 
Battersby James, jeweler, 737^ Mission 
Battles & Gilleran, grocers, 241 4th 
Battles John jr, boarding, 3 King 
Bauch P G, ship and custom house broker, 

500 Battery 
Bauer Chas A, liquors, 1143 Mission 
Bauer Emile, manager S F News Co, 413 & 

415 Washington 
Bauer Geo, liquors, 114 Hayes 
Bauer J A, druggist, 101 Post 
Bauer S, ladies underwear, 410 Kearny 
Bauer, Tobriner & Co, fancygds, 547 Mkt 
BAUER W J, Stockbroker, 436 Mont 
Baum Chas, Custom House broker, and 

Consul Argentine Repub, 510 Battery 
Baum G, furniture, 740 Washington 
Baum J & Co, clothing, 521, 523 Market 
BAUM, SIMON «fc CO, Importers 

gents furnishing goods, 217, 219 Pine 
Baumann H H, land agent, 502 Montgy 



Baumgarten Joseph, boot maker, 418 4th 
Baumgartner V & Co, tobacco mfrs, 23 7th 
Baurasson E, laundry, 736 Howard 
Bausman W, journalist, " Call," 517 Clay 
Bavaria Brewery, Montgomery avenue bet 

Vallejo & Green, Phillip Frauenholz 

& Co, proprs 
Bax E & Co, teas, coffees & spices, 507 Clay 
BAXTER W H, Agent Cal Fire and 

Water Proof Paint Co, 436 Montgomery 
Bay Brewery, Weyand & Koscher, 612 7th 
Bay City Soda Water Co, 87, 89 Stevenson 
Bay Sugar Refinery, P Meyer secy, SW cor 

Union and Battery 
Bay View Distillery, Louis C, Lauderback 

propr, S San Frisco, 313, 315 Battery 
Bayle Jno, tripe, 70 California Market 
Bayless Chas H, architect, 106 Leidesdorff 
Bayless W H, architect, 106 Leidesdorff 
BAYEEY C A, liquors, 659 Clay 
Bazan, physician, 1633 Mission 
BAZBER J N, Insurance broker and 

mining secy, 531 California 
Bazus John, Liquors, 611 Montgomery 
BAZZINI JOSEPH, Boot maker and 

agt S F laundry, 202 Montgomery ave 
Bazzrro Frank, restaurant, 105 Pacific 
Beach Chilion, books & stationery, 5 Mont 
BEACH J C, Propr Adams House, 537 

Sacramento 
Beach & Paxton, G & Sm Co, M Landers 

secretary, Nevada block 
Beach T B, mining secy, 84 Montgy blk 
Beadle Donald, 40 California 
Beakley J S, physician, 118 Post 
Beal Samuel, mattrass mfr, 575 Mission 
BEALE STREET WARE- 
HOUSE, John McHugh propr, cor 

Beale and Bryant 
Beall S W, Sergeant Signal Service USA, 

42 Merchants Exchange 
Beals H Channing, journalist, 409 Wash 
BEAM P G, General agent Michigan 

Central R R, 140 Montgomery 
Beamish Percy, shirt factory, SE cor Mkt 

and 3d 

Bear S, money broker, 140 Montgomery 
Beardesley S F, stock broker, 316 Montgy 
B E AROSE E Y «& COCHRAN, 

Com mchts and produce, 315 Davis 
Beatty J J, painter, 749 Mission 
BEAUMA Jj W, Commission mer- 
chant & carriage material, 123 Cal 
BEAUMONT M H, Solicitor U S 

claims, 321 Washington 
Beauston Geo, Secretary Board of Educa- 
tion, City Hall 
Beaver Geo W, capitalist, 414 California 
Beaver M Co, W G Hughes secy, 314 Mont 
Beban Rocco, restaurant, 1140 Dupont 
Becherer C F, saloon, 540 1st 
Beck A G, accountant, 432 Montgomery 
Beck August, gun & locksmith, 510 Bway 
Beck Henry, boots and shoes, 1128 Mkt 
Beck N A, currier, Folsom, bet 18th & 19th 



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Beck H S, painter, 1127 Harrison 

Becker Bros, grocers, SE cor Larkin and 

Turk, and 835 Sutter 
Becker F W, cigars & tobacco, 705 Davis 
Becker Geo, liquors, 424 Hayes 
Becker G J, liquors, 548 Mission 
Becker Geo J, restaurant, S\V cor Berry 

and 4th 

Becker A Jacoby, drygoods, 748 Market 
Becker Jos, orockery" 227 Sutter 
Becker M. bakery, 409 Union 
BECKER MARTIN H W, Grocer, 

NE cor 4th and Jessie 
Becker & Nigrett, liquors, 113 6th 
Becker O F, Prescott house, Kearny and 

Montgomery avenue 
[>,. i !.■ rr Mrs H drv^onds, 2002 Mission 

BECKMANN BROS, Grocers, MS 

c»»r 14th and Mission 
BECKMANN J A KRO, Grocers, 

NW cor Greenwich and Taylor 
Beckmann J W & Bro, grocers, SW cor 

Hyde and Green 
Bed^er Edward, bootmaker, 545 Merchant 
Bet- bee Ac Hill, mfrs agents, 000 Saeto 
Bcebec \V S, dentist. 000 Sacraim-nto 
Botching Bobt, agt Cal Prison Commis- 
sion. 114 Montgomery block 
BEERS *V III It ISA KI>, Dentists, 

230 Kearny 
Beez Predk, boots and shoes, 315 Bush 
Begley M, grocer, SE cor Jessie and 0th 
Behan M B, livery, 720 Union 
Behnemann & Co, grocers, SW cor Taylor 

and O'Farrell 
Bolin ndt H & Co, trunk mfrs, 513 Market 
Behrens Bros, grocers, NE cor Potrero 

avenue and 24th 
BEHRENS II C F, Physician, 417 

Bush, room 1 
Bcfcreni Jaa, wines, 504 Batty & 210 Cala 
Behrens Seamon, butcher, SE cor 8th and 

Bryant 

Behrens Frederick, grocer, SW cor Fol- 

som and 24th 
Beincrt David, boots and shoes, 308 10th 
15. irne Bartholomew, grocer, 41 Jessie 
Bekeart J F, hardware, 340 3d 
Belcher Mrs Bessie, dressmaker, 110 9th 
Belcher S Mng Co, John Crockett secre- 
tary. 419 California, room 21 
Belden Edwin S, shorthand reporter, 037 
Kearny 

Belden Josiah, capitalist, 200 San some 
BELDIMG BROS A CO, Silk mfrs, 

W S Brown it Co agents, 509 Market 
Belfast Ginger Ale Co, 1G41 Howard 
Belhomme Francis, tinner, 1002 Stockton 
Belknap D P, secy S F Art Assn, 313 Pine, 

and attorney-at-law, 004 Merchant 
Bell .V Co, books and itationery, 039 Kearny 
Bell <V Cullen, news, 1132 Market 
Nell \) B, poultry, 35 Grand Central mrkt 
Bell, Gullixson & Co, carpets, 053 and 055 

Market 



Bell James, furnishing goods, 338 4th 
Bell John C, carpets, 929 and 931 Market 
BELL JOH\ P, Attorney-at-law, 

215 Sansome 
Bell B B, fruits, 418 Gth 
BELL THOS, Merchant, 305 Sansome 
Bell W S, capitalist, 330 Pine 
Bella Union Q Mng Co, A Halsey secretary, 

312 Montgomery 
Bella Union Theater, 805 Kearny 
Bellemere A, liquors, 11 Ellis 
1m Hew & Laugldin, liquors. 819 Battery 
Bellingall & Miller, ship and custom house 

brokers, 425 Battery 
Bellingham Bay Coal Co, P B Cornwall 

president, SE cor Folsom and Spear 
Bellmer J H C, restaurant, 20 1st 
Belloc Ir, banker, 524 Montgomery 
Bellville Mng Co, Edward F Stone secy, 

419 California, room 3 
Belmont Mng Co, Frank Swift secretary, 

419 California, room 4 
Bemis Chas C, U S Supervisor of steam 

vessels, 11 U S Court building 
B EM MERER «fc KLEIN, Cutlers, 

755 Missiou 
Bemmerer & Wrage, liquors, 424 Davis 
Benard A F, liquors, NE cor 5th & Hwrd 
Bendel B & Co, mfrs matches, 318 Front 
Bender Chas, leather findings, 42 Geary 
Bendit Samuel, furniture, 747 Market 
BEXDT W, Boarding and saloon, 123 

Jackson 

Benecke D, grocer, 520 Broadway 

Benedict & Smith, merchant tailors, 130 
Montgomery 

Benham Chas S, stock broker, 419 Cali- 
fornia, room 17 

BEX J AM IX A F, Law and collection 
agency, 408 California 

Benjamin C Y & Co, blacksmiths, 197 
Stevenson 

Benjamin Edward, cigars and tobacco, 

221 Sacramento 
Benjamin H A & Co, Congress Spring 

Water, 102 New Montgomery 
Benkelmann A, liquors, cor 9th & B B ave 
Bennee Z, grocer, SW cor Folsom & Main 
Bennet & Son, druggists, 21 3d 
Bennester Wm, liquors, 117 Clark 
BEXXETT, ELLIS «fc WEB- 
BER, Drugs and druggists' sun- 
dries wholesale, 411 Washington 
Bennett G C, liquors, 139 5th 
Benn ;tt Henratta A, teacher music, 452 0th 
Bennett J B, dairy, 35 California market 
Bennett M, painter, 705 Howard 
Bennett Mrs Mary, laundry, 555 Bryant 
Bennett B H, com mcht, 313 Davis 
Bennett Thos, physician, 020 Market 
Bennett W, physician, 452 0th 
Bennett Wm, plumber, SE cor Taylor'and 
Clay 

Bennett & William, 215 Sansome 
I Benson B F M, mng secy, 240 Montgy 



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Benson H, auction house, 943 Market 
Benson Jas, secretary Odd Fellows' Bank, 

325 Montgomery 
Benson John, capitalist, 116 Leidesdorff 
Bentley Win Darley, vice consul Brazil, 

309 California 
Benton Rev J A, editor "The Pacific," 

508 Clay 

Benton Mng Co, Wm H Watson secretary, 

302 Montgomery 
Benz Co, fish, 34 Grand Central market 
Beoschold Chas, barber, 106 6th 
Beppler John, butcher, 1518 Dupont 
Beran F, bootmaker, 1003 Pacific 
BERETTA GUGLIELMO, Money 

broker and com mcht, 518 Clay 
Berg C, physician, 618 California 
Berg Ferdinand, butcher, 1005 Folsom 
Berge E O, grocer, NE cor Green &Calhun 
Berger G, surveyor French Bank, 519 Sac 
BERGEIS, P B «fc CO, Props Mi- 
ners' restaurant 937 Markt & 533 Coml 
BERGEZ J «fc SIEBSCHUTZ C, 

Restaurant, 536 Washington 
BERGGREN A, Consul Sweden and 

Norway, 406 Montgomery 
Berggren & Lauthan, money brokers, 406 

Montgomery 
BERGItf MICMAEL, Attorney-at- 

law. 79 Montgomery block 
BERGEUUTD BflliS, Bootmaker, 

229^ Montgomery ave 
Bergold Chas V, boarding, 726 Brannan 
BERGSON OEE, Adjuster of Fire 

losses, 307 California 
Bergstrom J, organ builder, SE cor Mis- 
sion and 24th 
Bering J P, agent Howard & Morse, 420 
Sansome 

Berkeley Ferry & Railroad Co, W Stewart 

secy, 113 Leidesdorff 
Berkeley Land & Town Improvement As- 
sociation, SAPenwell secy, 717Montg 
Berkeley Villa Association, Wm Stewart 

secy, 113 Leidesdorff 
Berkowitz R, cloaks, 1008 Stockton 
Berlin Cologne Fire Insurance Co, Tide- 
man Hirschfeld & Co agts, 300 Sansme 
Berlin F A, atty-at-law, 515 California 
Bermingham J, agt Col S N Co, 10 Market 
BERNARD C A, House and sign 

painter, 629 Merchant 
Bernard Chas, coffee mills, 707 & 709 Sans 
Bernard F, carpenter, 516 Kearny 
Bernard H, barber, 653 Sacramento 
Bernard & Pauzadoux, furniture and car- 
pets, 312 Sutter 
Bernhamer Henry, restaurant, NE cor 

Market & Taylor 
Bernstein D, tailor, 729 Folsom 
Bernstein Elias, furniture, 313 and 315 3d 
Bernstein G, oysters, 50 & 51 Cala market 
Bernstein Herman, f urnishg goods, 422 3d 
Bernstein J C, liquors, 957 Market 
Bernstein M C, furniture, 532 California 



Bernstein S, fancy goods, 38 4th 
Bernzott Frank, boarding, 20 Page 
Beronia G, Roma hotel, 818 Sansome 
BERRY «fe CAPP, Real estate agts 

and collectors, 418 Montgomery 
BERRY Mrs J B, Ldging, 109 Monty 
BERRY & PEACE, Machinery, 

Market, head of Front 
BERRY, WOEFSKIEE «fc CO, 

Stock brokers, 324 Montgomery 
Berryman & Doyle, coal & wood, 621 East 
Berryman John T, butcher, 47 Grand Cen- 
tral market 
Berryman A, real estate, 526 Kearny 
Berson A & Son, carpets, 710 & 714 Washn 
Bert E G, jr, saloon, 712 Mission 
Bertelson C, bootmaker, 133 Berry 
Berthold Luis, butcher, 206 Broadway 
Bertin A, dyer, NE cor Dupont and Post 
521 Filbert, 147 3d, cor Pacific and 
Stockton 

BERTOEONI P, Varieties, cor Fol- 
som and Main 
Berton Francis, director Swiss American 

Bank, 527 Clay 
BERTRAM) JOSEPH F, All 

Nations' hotel, 432 & 434 Broadway 
BERTZ «& AEONSO, Importers and 

manufacturers Vuelto Abajo tobacco 

and cigars, SE cor Market & Fremont 
Berwin P & Bros, hats & caps, 106 Battery 
Besheinen J, watchmaker, 200 % 4th 
Best and Belcher Mining Co, Wm Willis 

secy, 29 Nevada block 
Best Chas, liquors, 872 Folsom 
Bester John H, liquors, 913 Kearny 
Bestor H T, architect, 652 Market 
Betolug Joseph, liquors, 307 Broadway 
BETTS J M, M D, physician and 

surgeon, 24 O'Farrell 
Betts Wm M, prest Betts Spring Co, 218 

and 220 Fremont 
Bettencort Cesar A, barber, 20 Clay 
Betteridg Wm, butcher, 35 Clemen tini 
BETTMAX M, Soap manfg and dealer 

in caustic soda and resin, 311 Coml 
Betzel L, clothing mfrs, 109 Sansome 
Betzold & Strohmeyer, bakery, 24 Dupont 
Beversen C, grocer, 570 Mission 
Beyer & Fortmann, liquors, 312 16th 
Beyer Geo, saloon, NW cor Powell & Van- 

derwater 

Beyer Mme R, hair store, 434 Bush 
BIANCHI CHAS, Marble works, 829 
Market 

Bianchi Eugene, music teacher, 426 Kearny 
Biarnez A Mme, laundry, 908 Larkin 
BIBBINS, TIETON «& CO, Land 

agts, 402 Kearney 
Bibeau Isaac, blacksmith, Mission bet 28th 
& 29th 

Bichard N, coal dealer, 20 Howard 
Bidlack — , physician, 652 Howard 
Bieber Julius, furnishing goods, 137 6th 
Biedenbach Andrew, liquors, 672 Mission 



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Biedinger Bros, wholesale paper, 324 Clay 
Bielenberg Peter, grocer, 1137 Harrison 
Bien J, machinist and locksmith, 311 
Battery 

Biermann Julius, bakery, 1216 Pacific 
Bigaze L A, sewing machines, 132b Dupont 
Bigelow J K, model maker, 13 Fremont 
BIGGS A R & CO, liquors, 305 
California 

Bigley Bros, wholesale grocers, NE cor 

Clay and Davis 
Bigley F & Co, shipwrights and spar 

makers, 13, 15 Spear 
Big Oak Flat Gravel and Hydraulic M Co, 

B C Wadsworth secy, 402 Front 
Big Tree Con M Co, Chas A Sankey secy, 

331 Montgy 
Bill Conrad, restaurant, 29 Drumm 
Billar Francisco & Co, wood and coal, 1311 

Dupont 

Billemeur J, boots and shoes, 507 Jackson 
Billing Chas, painter, 725) Folsom 
Bine A Georges, mchnt tailors, 113 Sutter 
Bine Salmon, fancy dry goods, 133 Kearny 
BINGHAM It «fc SON. Commis- 
sion nn rehantx and wholesale provi- 
sions, 218 Washington 
Binsuanger Lewis, fnBhng gds, 513 Kearny 
Birch Argell<fcCo, Cal Mchn wks, 119 Beale 
Bird Robt, jeweler, 1311 Pacific 
Bird Thos, liquors, 521 4th 
Birdsall S T, atty-«t-law, 504 Kearny 
Birge J J, dentist, 410 Kearny 
Birgham A, capitalist, 424 Monty 
Birlin Chas, grocer, N W cor Chestnut and 
Dupont 

Bischoff Fred, grocer, S W cor Powell and 
Vallejo 

Bishop A Co, grocers, 716 Market 

III SI I OB' O M A CO, Compilers 

Bishop's Directories, 518 Clay 
BISIIOl* A FIFIELD, Attorneys- 

at-law, 522 Monty 
Bishop Henry, lqrs, N W cor Clay & East 
Bishop R B, Moore house, 325 H Bush 
BISHOP'S DIIMK TORY, B C 

Vandall pubr, 518 Clay 
BISIIOl* THOMAS B, Attorney- 

at-law, 522 Montv 
BISSETT <fc DELANY,Shipwrights, 

518 East 
Bitter John, florist, 7 Post 
Bitter J W, lodgings, 631 Sac 
Biziou Louis, liquors, 1413 Dupont 
Bjerremark C, liquors, 314 3rd 
Black Chas, physician, 514 Kearny 
Black A J, American laundry, S E cor 5th 

and Jessie 

Black Diamond Coal Mining Co, P B 
Cornwall pres, S E cor Folsom and 
Spear 

Black E H. painter, 514 16th 
Black H M & Co, carriage mfrs, 851-855 
Market 

Black R M, furnishing goods, 209 Monty 



Black Samuel, tailor, 44 Geary 
Black Wm, marble works, 432 Minna 
Blackledge Robt, com mchnt, 320 Sansome 
Blackmar & Davis, pianos and music, 950- 

952 Market 
Blackwood Wm, real estate, 109 Cal 
Blackwood W C, supt Occidental R R & M 

works, 401 Cal 
BLAIR <fc CHASE, Hay and grain, 

1912 Market 
Blair David B. insurance agent, 321 Cal 
BLAIR WM, Rausch St House, 32 

Rausch 

Blake C E, physician, 406 Hayes 
Blake C T & Co, dairy produce, 52 Centre 
market 

Blake & Dietterle, varieties, 54 2nd 
Blake E C, Sr, dentist, 123 Powell 
Blake John, boots and shoes, 974 Folsom 
Blake Johh, liquors, 106 1st 
Blake Henry C, notary public, 333 Monty 
Blake M B, atty-at-law, 729 Monty 
Blake M C, judge & atty-at-law, 729 Monty 
Blake, Bobbins & Co, paper warehouse, 516 

Sacramento 
Blake S C, books & stationery, 617 Monty 
Blakely, Murray & Co, Columbia mills, 

122-126 Main 
BLANCH BERNARD, Coach, 

carriage and hearse manufactory, 843 

Harrison 

BLANCH AR J I>. President Cal 
Farmers' Mutual Fire Ins Assn, 38 Cal 

Blanchard Jules, hardware, 44 4th 

BLANDING J G, Atty-at-law, 507 
Montgomery 

BLANDING WM, Atty-at-law, 507 
Montgomery 

Blanding Wm, comr State harbor, 10 Cal 

BLANDING WM & J G, Atty- 
at-law, 507 Montgomery 

Blaney & Conway, liquors, SW cor 4th and 
Mission 

Blaney Edward W, atty-at-law, 320 Cal 
Blaney & Scott, liquors, 148 4th 
Blank Paul, liquors, 1125 Dupont 
Rlankman Wm, dentist, 131 Montgomery 
Blass & Green, confectioners, 14 2nd 
Blass & Griffin, patterns and knitting ma- 
chines, 113 Post 
Blesi S, bootmaker, 735 Brannan 
Bley A, milliner, 606 Market 
Blind Spring M & M Co, R H Brown secy, 

426 California 
Bliss John, mfg cigars, 717 Sansome 
Bloch A B, clothing, 204 Montgy ave 
Bloch & Davidson, tannery, office 117 Pine 
Bloch W, boots and shoes, 1032 Dupont 
BLOCHMAN «fc CERF, Commis- 
sion merchants, lime, 5-7 Drumm 
Blochman Mrs O E, millinery, 206 Kearny 
BLOCK ABRAHAM, Prest Odd 

Fellows' bank, 325 Montgomery 
Block Constantine. dentist, 865 \ Market 
Block J, cigars and tobacco, 228 Sutter 



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Block John, tailor, 603 Kearny 
Block & Plum, butchers, 519 Geary 
Block W, boots and shoes, 1032 Dupont 
Blockman M J, stoves & tinware, 109 Hayes 
Blodes Theodore, barber, 1239 Folsom 
Blohme Bros, grocers, NW cor Powell and 
Pacific 

Blohme Bros, grocers, 217 2nd 
Blohme Bros, grocers, NW cor Sutter and 
Polk 

Blohm & Gerkin, liquors, NE cor Mission 
and Beale 

Blohm & Schroeder, liquors, 825 Kearny 
Blodin & Ruggles, brokers, 13 3rd 
Blood J H, notary public, 304 Montgy 
Bloomer R F, mining secy, 330 Pine 
Bloom Wm, tannery, SE cor Folsom & 19th 
Blow Bros, stock brokers, 311 Cal 
Blue Jacket M Co, C J Eaton secy, 402 

Montgomery 
Bluemel Julis, gunmaker, NW cor Jackson 

and Montgomery 
Blum A, cigars and tobacco, 7 Mchants ex 
Blum Henry, bakery, 1815 Powell 
Blum & Wanner, shooting gallery, 824^ 

Sacramento 
Blumberg Joseph, liquors, 219 Pacific 
Blumberg Julius Ferdinand, com merchnt, 

306 Montgomery 
Blumenthal B, rlrygoods, 16 2nd 
Blumenthal H M, grain and produce, 125 

Washington 
Blumenthall J, drygoods, 158 3rd 
Blumenthal & Kaufman, ins agnts, 215 

Sansome 

Blume Henry, bootmaker, 649 Merchant 
BLUIVT & CHAPMAN, Naturalists, 

626 California 
Blunt Thos, grocer, 212 8th 
Bluxome & Co, coal, iron and metals, 323 
• Front 

Bluxome Jos, physician, 306 Stockton 
Blythe T H, capitalist, 724 h Market 
Boalt John H, atty-at-law, 410 Montgy 
Boam Joseph, jeweler, 1120 Market 
BOARD OF MANAGERS of the 

Twelfth Industrial Exhibition, 27 Post 
Board Marine Surveyors, 418 Cal 
Board of Underwriters, Chas D Haven 

secy, 418 Cal 
Bobos John, restaurant, 140 7th 
BOCA BREWING CO, W Hesse 

supt, 417 Sacramento 
Bocher A, grocer, SW cor Laguna and Fell 
Bock James, tailor, 311 Pine 
Bock Joseph, bakery, 988 Folsom 
Bocken & Baccala, restaurant, 540 Com 
Bockman J C, grocer, NE cor 4th&Frelon 
Bockmann J, grocer, 535 4th 
Bode E H, liquors, NE cor Sac & Davis 
BOOEN JOHN H <fc CO, Ship and 

Custom-house brokers, 504 Battery 
Boden John F, elk 4th Dis Crt, City Hall 
BODFISH W H, Atty-at-law, 712 

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Bobkin Miss Sarah, dress mkr, 630^ Post 
BODWELL II H, Windmill manu- 
facturer, 211 & 213 Mission 
Boeckmann John, grocer, NE cor 4th and 
Frelon 

Boehner Julius, liquors, 425 Bush 
BOEHR JOHN, Liquors, 414 Sansme 
Boericke & Tafel, druggists, 234 Sutter 
Boesch Emile, lamp factory, 569 Missiou 
Boese H J, butcher, cor Davis and Clark 
BOESSEN ECKER ROBERT, 

Liquors, 311 5th 
Bofer Wm & Co, hardware, 610 Sac 
BOGARDUS J P, Publisher Figaro, 

532 Merchant 
Bogart Charles, carriage painter, 1613 & 

1615 Market 
BOGART O H, Mining secretary, 

room 1, 402 Montgomery 
BOGART W F, Mining secretary, 

402 Montgomery 
Bogee C H, grocer, SE cor Franklin & Turk 
Bogisich B N & Co, coffee saloon, 332 East 
Bogner Chas, tailor, 11 Sutter 
Bohemian Club, H Edwards prest, 429 Pine 
Bohls H, grocer, NW cor Minna and 7th 
Bohm W & Co, jewelers, 616 Merchant 
Bonn John, plumber andgasfitter, 112 7th 
BoidoD, boots and shoes, 1304 Stockton 
Boile M Co, W H Watson secy, 302 Montgy 
Boisse E, barber, 526 Commercial 
Boixeau & Son, boots and shoes, 324Dupnt 
Bokee D M, grocer, 2108 Filmore 
Bokmann Henry, Rosette hotel, NW cor 

8th and Brannan 
Bolan N S, physician, 836 Market 
Bolander Henry N, supt pub schls, C hall 
Bole Mrs H, dress maker and fancy goods, 

310 4th 

Boiler F J, butcher, 1213 Dupont 
Bollinger J C & Co, collectors, 612 Mrchant 
BO I, EM AN JOHN <fe CO, Manfg 

cigarettos and importers of tobacco, 

(Turkish,) 409 Washington 
Bolognesi Raffaello, restaurant, 235 Montgy 
Bolster T, liquors, 846 Howard 
Bolte Mrs Mary, liquors, 437 Broadway 
Bolte Peter, coffee saloon, 329 East 
Bolton Thos, dentist, 120 4th 
Boman C E, carpenter, 13 Stockton 
Bomema Uller, liquors, 1029 Kearny 
Bomeisler Hermann, upholsterer, 1244 

Mission 

Bond N A, barber, cor 11th and R R ave 
Boner David, upholsterer, 420 Broadway 
Bones J W, architect, 603 Washington 
Bonnetti G- B, liquors, 528 Broadway 
Bonissent J, liquors, 458 6th 
Bonn Albert, gilder, 147 Post 
Bonnard & Daly, job prntrs, 609 Mchant 
Bonnard Frank & Co, wholesale coal, 213 
Jackson 

Bonnet Mme L, ladies' hair drsr, 27 Post 
BONNETT B «fc CO, Contractors and 
asphaltum works, 402 Montgomery 



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Bonney O, jr, band, circular and spring 

sawn, 221 Mission 
Bonnasson E, laundry, 736 Howard 
Bonyngc C W, stock broker, 402 Montgy 
Boobar E C & Co, wharf bldrs, 14 Howard 
BOOK Fit W L, British consul, 319 

California 

Booley Mrs K A, dress mkr, 768 % Howard 
Boole & Webster, shipwrights, 11 Spear 
Boorman Wm, carpenter, 430 Valencia 
Booth G M Co, G K Spinney secy, 320 Cal 
Booth H J, capitalist, 324 h Montgomery 
Booth L A, com merchant, 402 Front 
Booth Tims, nl merchandise, 71.3 '-a Davis 
Bootz Adam, hotel, 435 Pine 
Boothby Adol[)h F, chop house, 42 Steuart 
HOV 'KK H C, Mineral spring water, 

238 Montgomery 
BOTES WM II, Beal estate agent, 

238 Montgomery 
Borbeck John, cigars, 503 Pacific 
Borcher, T A Co, hay and grain, 2112 

Folsom 

Borchers D H, grocer, 532 1st 

Borchers J C. physician, N\V cor Sansome 

and Washington 
Borchers J H, grocer, 532 1st 
Borden wal Mme, astrologer, 516 Stockton 
Bordes & Lassalle, restaurant, 711 Coml 
BORON ER J A CO, Carpenters 

and builders. 120 4th 
ISO It DWELL GEORGE, Architect, 

515 Cal 

ISO ICO WE EE. MVLTER «fc CO, 

Millwrights and mechanical mining 

and milling machinery, 408 Cal 
Borel A & Co, bankers, NW cor Montgy 

and Clay 
Borges Louis, grocer, 521 Geary 
Borjjstrom Mrs J, milliner, 122 Montgy ave 
Borgstrom M rs M . milliner, .'>1 1 Montgy ave 
Boris Limb i t. clothing, 1127 Dupont 
Borkhim II, tailor, 140 4th 
Borland Mrs S H, dressmaker, 6 O'Farrell 
BORHAN *V BRl NS, Liquors, 

cor Main and Bryant 
Born Chas, barber, 417 Post 
Born Conrad, barber, 1330 Dupont 
Bornhaeuser Chas, liquors, 851 Market 
Bornstein Bros, clothing, 844 Market 
Bornstein Bros, clothing, 822 Market 
Bornstein J, clothing, 824 Market 
Borren K, furniture, 153 2nd 
Borrnian J ('. grocer, NW ::or Howard iv 8th 
Borromea A, boots and shoes, 310 Pacific 
Borsetti E. printer, 1511 Dupont 
Borton B, liquors, SW cor Kentucky and 

Butte 

BOMCACC1 O, Liquors. 532 Vallejo 
BOM t< < I O «V BRO, Liquors, 

1310 Dupont 
Boschen X. grocer, NE cor 5th «y Minna 
Boucher & Van Bargen, grocers, SW cor 

Webster and McAlister 
Bose Chas, grocer, SE cor Ellis & Fillmre 



Bose Fred, grocer, 731 Brannan 
Bosler J, butcher, 6 Union market 
BOS QUI EDWARD <fc CO, 

Printers, bookbinders, engravers, pa- 
per rulers and blank-book mfrs, 523 
Clay 

Borton Cinnabar M Co, Chas Allenberg 

secy, 438 Cal 
Boswell S B & Co, stock brokers, 307 Cal 
Bothe Louis, candy factory, 140 4th 
Bothin H E, coffee mills, 21-23 Stevenson 
Botsford Mrs M, dressmaker, 737 Market 
Botsford W, physician, SW cor Mkt & 3rd 
Bottger John, grocer, SE cor Misn & 17th 
BOTTLE KOENIG BEER- 
HALL, Ferdinand Koenig propr, 
630 Pacific 
Botts C T, atty-at-law, 123 Cal 
Botts & Sullivan, attys, 123 Cal 
Boulalenger M C house mover, wood and 

coal, 1165 & 1167 Howard 
Bourne R A, mfr boot and shoe uppers, 
39 Geary 

BOERGOIN ADOLPII, Watch 
maker and jeweler, books, stationery, 
etc, 206 Montgy ave 
Bousquet Mrs A M, dyer, 7 Howard court 
Boutes James F, liquors, 511 Wasliington 
Boutinon Simon, restaurant, 530 Merchant 
BOLTON A ROLRKE, Merchant 

tailors, 710 Montgomery 
Bovo G, liquors, 1300 Dupont 
Bovyer Wm L, carpenter, cor Leidesdorff 

and Commercial 
Bowden Nicholas, grocer, 1520 Polk 
Bowen A H, drygoods, 16th and Valencia 
BO WEN BROS, Grocers; tea and 
wine merchants, yeast powder mfrs, 
430 and 432 Pine 
Bowen E J, seedman, 815 & 817 Sansome 
BOWEN JOHN M, Grocer, 17th, 

nr El Dorado 
BOWER GEORGE, Boarding- 
house, 19 Dupont 
Bowers Charles, liquors, 717 Davis 
Bowers Chas, liquors, 717 Louis 
BOWERS J MILTON (If I D), 
Specially treats eye, ear and throat, 
632 Market 
BOWIE A J, Jr, Mining engineer, 

217 Sansome 
BOWIE II P, Atty-at-law, 318 Cala 
Bowles Bros & Co, bankers, 542 Market 
Bowles & Darrow, carpenters, 203 % Post 
Bowles Jas, stationery, SE cor Leidesdorff 

and Commercial 
Bowman A W, real estate, 200 Sansome 
Bowman G F, real estate, 200 Sansome 
Bowman John S & Co, cigars and tobacco, 

NW cor Battery and Sacramento 
Boyce J E, advertising agent, 326 Sansome 
Boyce Mrs M J, lodgings, 704 H Mission 
Boyce Thos, advtg agt, 36 Merchants' Ex 
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Boyd & Davis, capitalists, 420 Montgy 
Boyd Mrs Ellen, grocer, 636 Minna 
Boyd E T, plumber, 840 Clay 
Bovd Jas T, atty-at-law, 629 Kearny 
BOYD JOHN, Mine owner, 53 Ne- 
vada block 

BOYER A J «fc CO, Publishers, 113 

Leidesdorff 
Boyle D, horseshoer, 28 Turk 
Boyle G S, dentist, 135 Kearny 
BOYLE HENRY, Furniture; 1147 

Mission 

Boyle John, collector, 304 Montgomery 
Boyle Michael, liquors, 420 Pacific 
Boyle Peter, furniture, 1234 Market 
Boyle Bobert, Irving house, 568 Mission 
BOYNTOM UiVDERHILL, Min- 
ing broker, 402 Montgomery 
Boysen Julius, hatter, 604 Merchant 
Boyson H C, restaurant, 702 \ Mission 
Boyston & Fritz, liquors, 266 3d 
Bozio & Leturc, liquors, 149 4th 
Brace Mrs Augusta J, dressmakr, 328 16th 
Brace Bros, plasterers, 328 16th 
Brach B, confectioner, 522 Kearny 
Bradbury & Wayman, physicians, 704^ 
Mission 

Bradbury Wm B, planing mills, 556 and 

572 Brannan 
Bradbury W T, physician, 704^ Mission 
Bradford, Fitch & Spaulding, attorneys- 

at-law, 66 Nevada block 
Bradford G B, real estate, 432 Montgy 
Bradford W B, com mcht, 318 Front 
Bradley & Commary, painters, 931 Mission 

and NW cor Tyler and Market 
Bradley H W, photographers' instruments, 

618 and 620 Clay 
BRADLEY «& RULOFSON, Pho- 
tographers, 429 Montgomery 
Bradshaw G H, stock broker, 113Leidsdrff 
Bradstreet I R, rubber mouldings, 609 
Mission 

Brady Benjamin, com mrcht, 311 Coml 
Brady Mrs Catherine, fruits, 125 5th 
Brady D, mirrors, 237 4th 
Brady Henry J, atty-at-law, 804 Mont- 
gomery, room 13 
Brady John C, grocer, NE cor Webster 

and Ivy avenue 
Brady J S, restaurant, 530 Market 
Brady P, carpenter, SE cor Post and Cem- 
etery avenue 
Brady P F, liquors, 610 Market 
Brady R, drayman, 433 Battery 
Braga F M, grocer, 415 Drumm 
Bragg G F & Co, imp & com inehts,116 Front 
Bragg Robt, mnfr steering wheels, 322 Main 
Bragle Geo, Golden City brwy, 1431 Pacific 
Brahney Jas, vegetables, 805 Brannan 
Braidwood Wm, bakery, 225 H 8th 
BRAMSTETT JOHN H, Liquors, 

SW cor Folsom and Steuart 
Bramwell Aaron, grocer, 201 Union 
Branch Wm A, com mcht, 515 California 



Brand Ernest, cigars and tobacco, 13 

New Montgomery 
Brand Herman, cigrs & tobacco, 304 Battry 
Brand H J, jeweler, 235 Kearny 
BRAND, NABER & CO, Whole- 
sale wines and liquors, 413 Front 
BRANDENSTEIN M «fc CO, 

Wholesale butchers, 529 Clay 
Brander & Co, liquors. 225 Clay 
Brandon Jos R, atty-at-law, 604 Merchant 
Brandon W M, real estate, 328 Kearny 
Brandt B L, painter, Halleck, bet San- 
some and Battery 
BRANDT IBL, Attorney-at-law, 426 

California 
Brandtjen John, grocer, 223 Perry 
Brandt Otto, grocer, NE cor Mason & Mrkt 
BRANDT, S C H U M M &, 
STEINEE, Publishers "Der Weck- 
er," 712 Montgomery 
Branga John, restaurant, 412 Dupont 
Brannan Samuel, capitalist, 420 Montgy 
BRANNAN THOMAS, Wood and 

coal, 1161 Howard 
Brannan T W, liquors, NE cor Clay and 
Kearney 

Brannon Jessie, Silver Hill house, 114 4th 
Brans Frederick, liquors, 1201 Market 
Braun Theodore & Co, tailors, 27 Stockton 
Braverman & Levy, watches and jewelry, 

119 Montgomery 
BRAY BROS, Com merchants, grain, 

wool and flour, 226 Clay 
Brearley Mrs M M, lodgings, 765 Market 
BRECK, A EI, EN «& CO, Managers 

Com Bureau California, 528 Cala 
Breda Mrs Mary, restaurant, 707 Pacific 
Bredhoff & Suhling, saloon, 423 East 
Bree Thos W, brass founders, 1733 Market 
BREEDE H A, liquors, 809 Clay 
BREEN JOHN, cooperage, 120 Wash 
BREEZE «& EOUGMHRAN, Com 
merchants, wholesale provisions & pro- 
duce, SW cor Davis and Washington 
Brehm R W, wood turner, 221 Mission 
Breiling & Dahl, butchers, 216 Second 
Breiling Frank, butcher, 125 Third 
BREMER «& BRO, manfctrs & impts 

cigars and tobacco, 310 Sacramento 
Brenzel Henry, tailor, 423 Washington 
Breslin Jno, liquors, 217 Beale 
Bresnihan Mrs Katie, bakery, 1127 Mission 
BRESSE «fc REVERT, Liquors, 

226 Montgomery 
Bresson J, tobacco factory, 928 Pacific 
PRETONNEE J V, Lapidary, 47 

Thurlow block, 126 Kearny 
Brewer J H, atty-at-law, 330 Pine 
Brewton, J G, saloon, 536 Jackson 
Brewster John, painter, 17 Belden place 
Brewster Mrs Mary, lodgings, 127 Montgy 
Brewster R E, mining, 312 Montgomery 
Bricktte Mrs Mary, confectionery, 6 Tyler 
BRECK WEDEE C H, restaurant, 
NW cor 1st and Brannan 



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Brickwedel Henry A Co, wholesale liquors, 

208 and 210 Front 
Brick wedel J A Co, liquors, NE oor Mission 

and Fremont 
Brid^'t Chas T, mining secy, 224 Cala 
Bridge W E, livery, 113 O'Farl A 212 Sutr 
Briefly C B, physician, 27 Geary 
BBI4«<«S E W, wholesale cigars & to- 
bacco, NW oor California and Front 
Briggs G W, stores, 23 Montgomery ave 
Briggs Rev O W, lodgings, 137 Montgy 
ltKK.<.S W R, capitalist, 2770 Missn 
Brigham C B, physician, 703 Market 
Brigham, Whitney A Co, dairy produce, 

etc, 320 Front 
Brignardello G, marble mills, 113, 115 Mkt 
Brignole E A Co, fruits, 504 Third 
Brilliant G & S M Co, Wm A M Van Bok- 

lit Ion, »ecy, 320 Sansome, room 21 
Brimigion Sam, wood and coal, 410Larkin 
Brincatt S, poultry A dairy prod, 506 Clay 
Blind A Co, candy manufacturers, 16 4th 
Brineng W, propr S Fsoda wks, 733 Union 
Brinkman Mrs 1), boarding, NWcor How- 
ard and First 
LJrinkmann H, cigar manfg, 107 Geary 
Brion Frederick, liquors, 411 Jackson 

BRITISH AMERICAN INS CO, 

Richard B Irwin A Co agts, 200 Sans 
BRITISH CONSUL., WL Booker, 

Chas Mason (Vice), 319 California 
British and Foreign Marine Ins Co, Bal- 
four, Guthrie A Co agts, 230 Cala 
Britton, Rey A Co, lithographers, SW cor 

Leidcsdorff and Commercial 
Britton A Saffold, attys-at-law, 438 Cala 
Britton J E, atty-at-law, 438 California 
Brizzolara G, fruits, 2021 Mission 
Brizzolara G, fruits, 1520 Stockton 
Brizzolara A Roccatagliata, coal and wood, 

1016 Washington 
BROAKWA1 BREWERY DE- 
POT, C A Floegtr agt, 308 Francisco 
Broadway Brewery, Jacob Adams propr, 

637 Broadway 
BROCK Mrs EM M A, Accountant, 
24 Post 

IIKO( KIIOFF WILLIAM, Gro- 
ceries and feed, NWcor Berry A 24th 
Broderick John.coffeo saloon, 41 Pacific 
Broderick Richard, drygoods, 1205 Polk 
Bvockrick T J, boots and shoes, 112 3d 
Broadhead J F, capitalist, 331 Montgy 
Brodie A EustisMrs, restaurant, 1007 Mkt 
Brodie S H, counselor, 604 Merchant 
Broecker F, cigar manfacturer, 231 5th 
Brogan Michael, Abbotsford house, Broad- 
way, bet Larkin and Polk 
BP0gd«B S, toys, 632 Washington 
Broyer Bros, grocers, 621 and 623 2d 
Bromley G T A Co, contractrs, 903 Battry 
Bromley Thos B, butcher, 1125 Howard 
Brommer Henry, grocer, SW cor Gough 
and Hayes 

Bromwell L L, Firo Ins Adjuster, 205 Sans 



Bronson H H, hay, grain, wood and coal, 

2129 Mission 
Bronson W S, physician, 122 Sutter 
Bronzan J, restaurant. 419 Davis 
BROOKE A PARKER, Grain and 
wool brokers and com mchts, 202 Cala 
Brooks S M, portrait painter, 611 Clay 
Brooks B H, mining seoy, 315 California 
Brooks B S, atty-at-law, 6 Montgy ave 
Brooks D S, locksmith, 608 Market 
Brooks G and S M Co, E T Allen secy, 535 

California 
Brooks Mrs Sarah, tinner, 2544Folsom 
Brooklyn Hotel, Shields A Sheehy, 210 Bsh 
Brophy Mrs A, dressmaker, 853^ Folsom 
Brophy Jas, express, 35 Battery 
Broschold Chas, hairdresser, 106 6th 
Bross A Co, barbers and baths, 230 Bush 
Booth A J, atty-at-law, 604 Merchant 
Brotherton Robt, carpenter, 516 Kearny 
Brougham J, barber, 631 Kearny 
Browdoski Wm, upholsterer, 406 Folsom 
BKOWELX J, Manufactr Browell's 

patent chimneys, 442 Jackson 
Brower D R, bakery, 1400 Stockton 
Brown — , livery, 24 Morton 
Brown Anthony, clothing, 105 Jackson 
Brown Mrs A P, milliner, 960 Folsom 
Brown A Bailey, butchers, 513 Bryant 
BROWN BRA 3 \ ARB C, Agent 
Wooton's patent desks A official short- 
hand reptr, office rotunda Merchts Ex 
Brown Bros A Co, agts Oregn City Woolen 

Mills, 24 and 26 Sansome 
Brown C, restaurant, 648 4th 
Brown Chas, boarding, 22 Washington 
BROWN CHAS, Stoves and tinware, 
18 Dupont 

BROW 'N CHARLOTTE B, Physi- 
cian, 110 Stockton 
Brown C F, ins broker, 32 Merchants' Ex 
BROWN A CO, Stock brokers and 

dealers in privileges, 409 California 
Brown Daniel, grocer, 140 8th 
Brown A Desmond, ins agts, 306 Sansome 
Brown D H, dentist, 1608 Mission 
Brown Edw, grocer, NW cor 20th A Florida 
Brown E F A Co, wood A coal, 195 Stevsn 
Brown E O, real estate, 535^Clay 
Brown Fred, chop house, 10 Steuart 
Brown F Q, butcher, 513 Bryant 
Brown Mrs G, milliner, 1001 Howard 
Brown G T A Co, lithographers, 540 Clay 
Brown Hannah Mrs B, bakery, 1500 Polk 
Brown Henry, boarding, 105 Clark 
Brown H J, crockery, 414 3d 
Brown H J, express, 206 6th 
Brown J A, drayman, 313 A 315 Front 
Brown J A Co, furnishg goods, 125 Sans 
BROWN J F, Book and job printer, 
SW cor Commercial and Leidesdorff 
Brown J F, cigars and tobacco, 1628 Stock 
Brown J W, stock broker, 317 Montgomery 
BROWN N A CO, Manfrs A imptrs 
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Brown & Perkins, liquors, SE cor Montgy 

and Washington 
BROWN R II, Mining secretary, 426 

California, room 5 
BROWKf RICHARD, Soap factory, 

Potrero avenue, bet Eldorado & 16th 
Brown S G, barber, baths, 202 4th 
Brown S S, atty-at-law, 607 Washington 
Brown Thos, Superintendent Cala Market 
Brown Thomas, cashier Bank California, 

NW cor California and Sansome 
Brown Thos, saloon, 1 Broadway 
Brown F A, photographer, 606 Kearney 
Brown W H & Co, fruit, 30 & 31 Cal Mkt 
Brown Wm, butcher's tools, 222 Jackson 
Brown & Whitaker, restaurant, 1737 Missn 
Brown & Wilson, asphaltum roofers, 614 

Mission 

Brown W H, contractor, 3 Mills Place 
Brown W S, carpenter, 66 Brady 
BROWN W $ «& CO, Commission 

merchants, 569Market 
Browne James C, barber, 1146 Folsom 
BROWNE P I>, Money and stock 

broker, 222 Sansome 
Browning John, grocers, SE cor 19th and 

Mission 

Browning William, liquors, 541 Clay 
Brownstone Isaac, grocer, NE cor Post & 
Larkin 

BRUCE DONALD, Book and job 

printer, 537 Sacramento 
Bruce Mrs J, lodgings, 310 Montgy ave 
BRUECK.NER JOHN, German 

news agent, book and stationery, 630 

Sacramento 
Brugge Geo, boarding stables, 12 Merchant 
BRUGGEMAN H Jr, Ivory turner, 

614 Merchant 
BRUGGE MAN II Sr, Merchant 

tailor, 526 Montgomery 
Bruhns H W, grocer, 426 Green 
Brumfield W H, atty-at-law, 528 California 
Bruner W H, physician, 23 Post 
Brunges John, grocer, 501 Greenwich 
Brunier & Borella, pottles, SW cor Bway 

and Kearny 
Brunig Christian, saloon, 49 Stevenson 
Brunjes Bros, grocers, SE cor Kearny and 

Vallejo 

BRUNJES HENRY, grocer, 430 
Bran nan 

Brunjes & Monsees, grocers, 759, 761 Bryant 
Brunner Louis, variety, 329 Hayes 
Bruno Nicol, fruits, 407 Broadway 
Bruns & Bro, grocers, SE cor 16th & Missn 
Bruns & Co, iron and shipping merchants, 
117 Beal 

Burns Deidrich, hotel, 1225 Market ' 
Burns Nicholas, groceries, liquors and 

coal, 617 & 619 Davis 
Burns Peter, groceries, NW cor 3d and 

Berry 

BRUNSWICK HOUSE, S A Tom- 
kins propr, cor 6th and Howard 



Bryan E H, collector, 331 Kearny 
Bryan E H. physician, 224 Kearny 
Bryan J M, stoves & tinware, 130 3d 
Bryan Thos, propr American Exchange 

hotel, 319 & 325 Sansome 
Bryan Wm J, druggist, NW cor 3d and 
Howard, 603 Merchant and NW cor 2d 
and Howard 
Bryant A J, Mayor, City Hall 
Bryant A S, box factory, 3 Beale-st wharf 
Bryant Chas W, atty-at-law, 53 Montgom- 
ery Block 
Bryant & Cook, grocers, 306 Davis 
Bryant Geo, bootmaker, 318 Stockton 
BRYANT HOUSE, Mrs Emma V 

Gearhardt proprss, 721 Bryant 
Bryant J E, crockerv 10 & 12 3d 
BRYANT «fc TAYLOR, Agent Die- 
bold, N orris & Co's safes, locks and 
vaults, 312 California 
Bryant Warren, mining, 33 Mchts Exchge 
Bryers Mrs A, ladies' hairdressing, 1514 
Dupont 

Bryson C H, junk, 525*6 & 527 4th 
Buchan James, bootmaker, 1903 Howard 
Buchanan A A, wood, coal, hay and grain, 

223 and 225 6th 
BUCHI C, Saloon and billiards, SW 

cor Kearny and Morton 
Buehlmann Fred, groceries, 122 8th 
Buck Daniel, mining secy, 80 & 81 Nevada 

block 

Buckeye G & S M Co, Chas A Sankey secy, 

331 Montgomery 
Bucking D, cooper, 412 Drumm 
BUCKING «fe PIESTER, Grocer- 
ies, 515 Bryaiit 
Buckingham C E, mining secy, 426 Cala 
Buckingham J Hecht, mfrs boots & shoes, 

104 & 106 Sansome ' 
Buckley C F, physician, 616 Market 
Buckley Chris, liquors, 337 Bush 
Buckley D, Nevada hotel, 518 Pacific 
BUCKLEY JOHN, Liquors, 1136 
Market 

Buckley & Luscombe, fancy goods, 539 Mkt 
Buckley Ned, Variety theatre, SE cor Sac- 
ramento and Kearny 
BUCMMAN A E,Collector& real estate 

agt, 704 Montgomery 
Buckman & Johnson, St Charles hotel, 

311-313 Pacific 
Bucknall G J, physician, 331 Kearny 
BUCK NAM E F, Caboose office and 

cooking stoves, 22 Steuart 
Buckner & Baldwin, carpenters, 110 Geary 
Buckner Chas, carpenter, 1023 Howard 
BUCRWARBT «fc SCHEECHT- 
WIG, Clipper hotel, cor Market & 
East 

Budd W C & Co, stockbrokers, 440 Cala 
Burhler J F, bootmaker, 205 V 2 Montgy ave 
Buena Vista Petroleum Co, L Hermann 
secy, 220 Sansome 



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BUEMA VISTA VIMCTLTU- 
RAL SOCIETY, B Auger & Co 
agts, 409 Battery 
Butst. r Mrs Mary, lodging house, 129-131 

Montgomery 
Buffendeau E B. butcher, 58 Montgy blk 
BIirilWfiTON JOHN M, Mining 

secretary, 309 (California 
BUFFI SUTOX W H, Mining secy, 

309 California 
Bufford S F, pr» st 8 F Laundry, 23 Geary 
Bugbee S C A Son, architects, 320 Sansome, 

rooms 12 and 13 
Bugnoli G, fruits, 504 3d 
lit HLEBT A McBRIDE, Collect- 
ors, 007 Clay 
Bill K 4i lU.VDV. Com merchts, 

fruits and produce, 500 Front 
Bujannoff it, iuanfg jeweler, 33 Kearny 
Bulkehy JL E, Atty-at-law, 003 Washgnn 
Bull James, mercht tailor, 109 Tliird 
Bullard »fc Zeiss, produce, 114 Clay 
BULLETIN, l> A M L V E V E- 
S F Bulletin Co pubis, NE 
cor Montgomery and Merchant 
Bullion M Co, J S Kennedy sec, 419 Cali- 
fornia, room 2 
Bullock L L, Merchants' Exchange 
Bullock L S, real estate, 825 Greenwich 
Bullus Jabez J, poultry, 14 Metropl market 
Bullwinkel J F, grocer, 25 Louisa 
Bum-man II, whoh^ale li^rs. 315, 317 Clay 
Bunker F R, mining secy, 006 Montgy 
Bunker Henry S, custom-house broker, 

508 Battery 
BUNKEB A McGOWAM, Pubrs 

"Stock Report," 608 Sacramento 
Bunker Robt F, pork, 74-75 Clay st mkt 
Bunnell E F, dentist, 319 Kearny 
Bunting A McKtnzie, liquors, SW cor 

Sumner and Spring 
Buomomo G. fruits. 1705 Polk 
It I RIM Mi CALEB, Atty -at -law. 

47 Montgomery block 
HI IM II JOHN C, Attorney-at-law, 
330 Pine 

Kl Ki ll A GRIFFITH, Attvs-at 
BVRiHHARDT MAX, Editor 

and Publisher, 622 Clay 
Burckes Warren H, books and music, 

1124 Market 

law, 330 Pine 
Burfeind Martin, liquors, SW cor Mason 

and Francisco 
Burgdorf A Stark, meat market, NW cor 

Ellis <fc Leavenworth 
Biirgemeister August, tinner, 140 2d 
Burgess (r H. portrait painter, 33 Kearny 
Burgess James, liquors, 669 Mission 
Burgess — , physician, 329 Geary 
Burkhardt Geo, boots and shoes, 540 Wash 
Burkhardt J C, barber, 2610 Mission 
1H KKAKDT WAX, Pictures and 

felines, and gildings, 545, 547 Washgn 
Burke Jas H, liquors, 502 Broadway 



Burke John, liquors, 131 5th 

Burke John H, atty-at-law, 9 Montgy blk 

Burke J C, secy Cemetery Association I O 

F, 325 Montgomery 
Burke J C, butcher, SE cor Folsom & 10th 
Burke Mrs Martha, dressmaker, 409 % 4th 
Burke Michl, grocer, NW cor Scott & Ellis 
Burke W A, musical instrumnts, 523 Pine 
Burleigh — . physician, 987 Harrison 
HURLING A BRO, Stock brokers, 

323 California 
Burmester & Hiller, lodgings, 504 Washgn 
Burmister & Mehrtens, grocer, NW cor 

Leavenworth and California 
BtRNil 1 J, Com mercht, groceries, 

produce, ship stores, crockery, hard- 
ware, etc, 425 Davis 
Burnett G G, druggist, 327 Montgomery 
Burnett John M, atty-at-law, 623 Montgy 
Burnett Mrs K, hairdresser, 410 3d 
Burnett W C, city attorney, City Hall 
Burnett Peter H, prest Pacific Bank, NW 

cor Pine and Sansome 
Bnrnette Mme. dressmaker, 967 Howard 
i Burnham Jas W & Co, carpets and furni- 
I ture, 618 Market 
Burns Mrs, dressmaker, 202 7th 
Burns Arthur, junk, 208 Pacific 
| Burns A M, State Harbor Comr, 10 Cala 
Burns A M, marine surveyor, 314 Cala 
• Burns A Dunn, barbers, Palace hotel 
' Burns H, boots and shoes, 210 3d 
Burns *fc Hibbard, brokers, 306 Montgy 
Burns Isidore, ship smith, 20 Steuart 
Burns JH, restaurant, 517 California 
BURNS J, Saloon, NW cor Townsend 

and Crook 
Burns P H, blacksmith, 670 Mission 
Burns Sarah A, varieties, Fillmore, bet 

Pine and California 
Burns W N, locksmith, 41 6th 
BURR € € <fc CO, Mfrs mustards & 

spices, 116 Front 
Burr E Williard, prest Savings and Loan 

Society, 119 Clay 
Burr & Fink, merchant tailors, 3 Montgy 
Burr J T, bootmaker, Bay, bet Kearny & 

Dupont 

Burr Levi, liquors, Bay, bet Kearny and 
Dupont 

BURRELL W, furniture, 24 4th 
Burt & Co, druggists, SE cor Bush & Fill- 
more 

Burt J Gus, mdse broker, 116 Front 
Burt W J, house mover, 1128 Mission 
Burton Mrs, clairvoyant, 141 5th 
BURTON C H, Prest Natl Gold Bank 

& Trust Co, 401 Cala, cor Montgomery 
Burton C O, lodgings, 109 5th 
Burton G R, shipping master, 6 Mission 
BURTON W H, Manfrs of awnings 

(steam boilers and pipes felted,) 159 

New Montgomery 
Burtsell J M, stock broker, 421 California 
Buryer Jawle, barber, 523 Pacific 



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Busch C, carriage trimmer, 1619 Market 
Buschmann John, grocer, NE cor 3d and 
Folsom 

Bush C W, painter, SE cor Post and 

Stockton 

Bush E D, mdse broker, 204 California 

Bush & Milne, plumbers and plumbers' 
goods, 27 and 29 New Montgy 

BushN, furniture, 749 Market 

Bush Norton, landscape and portrait pain- 
ter, 204 Montgomery 

Bush P, fancy goods, 255 4th 

Bush Patrick, mercht tailor, 641 Mission 

Bush Phillip, liquors, 1056 Folsom 

Bush R J, 117 Montgy block 

BUSH «& BALLS, DD S, Dentists, 
8 Kearny 

Bush & Webster, 204 California 

Buss Jacob, liquors, NE cor Kearny and 
Bush 

Bussolino Severino, bootmaker, 1503Dupnt 
BiSWELL ALEXANDEB, Book- 
binder, paper ruler and blank book 
manufacturer, 521 Clay 
Buswell W T, pattern maker, 223 Mission 
Butcher Mrs H, liquors, 1745 Market 
Butcher J W, yeast and washing powders, 

109 California 
Butenop H, grocer, 625 Pacific 
Butenut Anton, grocer, SW cor Filbert & 

Montgomery 
Butler & Burris, secretarys North Ophir 

M Co, Nevada block 
Butler John, liquors, 7 Sutter and 506 
Market 

Butler Mrs M A, millinery, 28 Montgomery 
Butler Mrs M E, dressmaker, 339 Kearney 
Butler Theodore A, designer and wood en- 
graver, 611 Clay 
BUTLER W C, Designer & engraver 

on wood, 535 Clay 
Butler Mrs W J, milliner, 125 Kearny 
Buton Mrs P B, lodgings, 336^ Bush 
Butt Peter N, grocer, SE cor Sutter & 
Laguna 

Butterneld Wm, auctioneer, 109 Montgy 
Butterworth James, drygoods, 1139 Folsom 
Buttgenbach Jos, sausage factory, 515 4th 
Buttner & Lauterinilch, shirt factory, 722^ 

Montgomery 
Button Mrs Sophia, lodgings, 141 5th 
Buyer, Reich & Co, fancygoods, 129 Kearny 
Buxton & Co, grocers, 137 4th 
Buxtorf C, cigars & tobacco, 423 Sansome 
Buzzini & Gianettoni, liquors, 29 6th 
BUmiVI GIUSEPPE, Shoemaker, 

202 Montgomery avenue 
Byrne James K, atty-at-law, 211 Sansome 
Bl BiVE, LAXDEBS «fc BYRNE, 

Importers of drygoods, 132 Kearny 
Byrne P, wood and coal, 407 4th 
BYRNE P W, atty-at-law, 438 Cal 
Byrne Thomas, merchandise broker, 321 

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Byxbee John F, lumber, 18 Market 



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Caberry Felix, liquors, 129 3d 

Cabinet M Co, J F Sterling secy, 330 Pine 

CABRERA, ROMA & CO, Impor- 
ters & com mchts, 123 California 

Cabrey Mrs Capt, confectny, 1428 Pacific 

CacciottoL, cigars and tobacco, 325 Pacific 

Cachot M A, physician, 34 3d 

Cadechi John, fruit, 204 2d 

Cady W J, liquors, 115 Leidesdorff 

Caflisch & Millar, wood & coal, 2247 Missn 

Cagniasse Mrs A, dressmaker, 715 H Howd 

CAHEN LOUIS, Bitters and flavoring 
extracts, 418 Sacramento 

Cahill & Currie, grocers, 825 Folsom 

Cahill E & Co, stock brokers, 406 Montgy 

Cahill Jas, grocer, 737 Brannan 

CAHIf LEON, Wholesale and retail 
liquors, 223 Leidesdorff 

Cahn Leopold, propr Pacific Jute Manu- 
facturing Co, 115 Battery 

Caire Justinian, hardware, 530-532 Wash- 
ington, and 528 Broadway 

Calanejo Angels, saloon, 115 Clark 

Calcutta G & S M Co, E A Peck, sec, 330 Pine 

CALEDONIA $ M CO, R Wegener, 
secretary, 414 California 

Calhoun Bros, job printers, 33 3d 

California Arms Co, Daniel Berch secre- 
tary, 80 Nevada block 

California Bible Society, W R Wadsworth 
secretary, 402 Front 

California Brick Co, Landers & Co agents, 
Nevada block 

CALIFORNIA CBEMICAL 
WORKS, Office, Nevada block, E 
C Masten secretary 

CALIFORNIA CHRISTIAN 
ADVOCATE, Rev J B Hill agent, 
1041 Market 

California Con M Co, B J Gray secretary, 
58 Nevada block 

California Con M & M Co, J W Tripp 
secretary, 408 California 

CALIFORNIA CRACKER CO, 
Adolph Weske prest ; Geo Edmunds 
secy ; James Dunn mangr, 203 Sacra- 
mento, and NW cor Battery and Bway 

CALIFORNIA DEMOKBAT, 
Fredk Hess propr, 524 California 

California Dry Dock Co, B B Minor secy, 
49 Nevada block 

California Educational Journal, G G 
Hamilton editor, 508 Clay 

California Electric Power Co, 412 Market 

California Excelsior Mfg Co, J Spaulding 
& Co, 355 Tehama 

CALIFORNIA FARMER, Warren 
& Co publishers, 320 Clay 

CALIFORNIA FARMERS' 
MUTUAL FIRE INS ASSO- 
CIATION, J D Blanchar prest, 
Ferd K Rule secy, 38 California 



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California Fruit Growing Assn, 426 Montgy 
CALIFORNIA FRUIT SIIIP- 

1*1 NG CO, Manufacturers and 

growers wine, shipping, com and for- 
warding, 40 California 
California Furniture mfg Co, N P Cole 

prtat, 649, 651 Market 
California Giant Quartz M Co, Cowles A 

Cooper propr*, 436 Montgomery 
California Glove Co, 419 Battery 
CALIF O It N I A IIO KTICUL- 

11 KIM. J H Carinany A Co, 

pubrs, 401) Washington 
CALlFORMIA HOTEL, Hertman 

A Fonroche proprs, 210-212 Montg av 
California House, C Fence propr, 626 Cal 
( AM FORM I A HOI SK, Owen 

Roonry propr, 527-529 4th 
California Immigrant Union, W H Martin 

secy and genl agent, 5 Market 
CALIFORNIA ITAL'N PASTE 
" • CO, Prusso A Splivalo proprs, 704 

Sansome 

California Inn Co, C T Hopkins prest, T 

Crowell secy, 318 Cal 
CALIFORNIA JEWELRY CO, 

Levison Bros, 134 Sutter 
California Last Co, W H Wing A Co prps, 

49 A 51 Fremont 
California Line of Clippers, Williams, 

Blanchard A Co agents, 218 Cal 
California Machine Works, Birch, Argall 

A Co, proprs, 119 Beale 
CALIFORNIA .HAIL BAG, F 

Marriott pubr, 607-615 Merchant 
California Market, California to Pine, bet 

Montgomery and Kearny 
California Mnfg Co, Nevada block 
California Mutual Benefit Association 

(Life), C H Denison mngr, 38 Cal 
California Mutual Life Ins Co, H Cox 

secy, 6 Montgomery 
California and Nevada Ice Co, R H Lucas 

supt, 356 Tehama 
CALIFORNIA NEWS NOTES, 

Fred Marriott pubr, 607-615 Merhcant 
California Oil-cloth Co, H Corbett agent, 

112 4th 

Cal Pacific R R Co, cor 4th and Townsend 

CALIFORNIA PAINT CO, Tyler 
Beach pres, G F Belden secy A mngr, 
mfrs Av» rill mixed paint, 115 Pine 

California Pioneers, 808 Montgomery 

California Planing Mills, Prescott A Ross 
proprs, cor Howard and Spear 

California-Portland Cement Co, J H Sayre 
secy, 330 Pine 

CALIFORNIA POSTEN, (Scandi- 
navian,) P FIversen propr, 326 Sans 

CALIFORNIA roWD R WKS, 
Santa Cruz, J H Bavid prest, 314 Cala 

Cal Re al Estate Co, J B Whitcomb, John 
Hinkle, Geo McWilliams, 208 Montgy 

California Prison Commission, R Beech- 
ing agt, 114 Montgomery block 



California Rifle Association, D Wilder 
secy, 22 Safe Deposit block 

CALIFORNIA SAVINGS AND 
LOAN SOCIETY, David Far- 
quharson Prest; D B Chisholm Secy; 
512 California 

California Silk ManfgCo, cor 11th ave& P 

CALIFORNIA SPRING MAN- 
UFACTURING CO, AS Warner 
prest, Wm Crawford secy, 147 New 
Montgomery 

California State Woman's Hospital, NW 
cor Howard and 12th 

California Stock Exchange, 6 Leidesdorff 

CALIFORNIA SUGAR RE- 
FINERY, Eggers A Co agents, 210 
California 

Cal Theatre, John McCullough, 414 Bush 
California Tool Works, J Weichhart propr, 

143 and 145 Beale 
CALIFORNIA TRANSPORTA- 
TION CO, A Nelson President; N 

Anderson Secretary, 519 East 
California Vinegar Works, Henry Scham- 

mal proprietor, 608 and 610 Lombard 
CALIFORNIA WATER CO, J P 

Pierce President, 315 California 
California Wine Cooperage, Fulda Bros A 

Co proprietors, 30 to 40 Spear 
Cal Wire Works, A S Hallidie propr, 6 Cala 
California Wool Clipping and Machine Co, 

T B Wingard secy, 20 Safe Deposit blk 
Cal Wool Depot, Townsend, bet 5th A 6th 
Calisher A Jacobs, shoe mnfrs, 513 Market 
C'allaghan David, boots and shoes, 234 5th 
CALLAGHAN D *V CO, Mnfrs 

yeast powders, 121 Front 
Callaghan John D, physician, 852 Folsom 
CALLAGHAN, LYNCH «fc CO, 

Commission stock brokrs, 106 Leidsdrff 
Callaghan Patrick, grocer, SE cor 9th 

and Folsom 
CALLAHAN F J, Liquors, 504 

Valencia 

Callan Thomas, liquors, 616 Montgomery 

Callandrean J, physician, 1234 Stockton 

Callender H A, jeweler, 62 2d 

Callender John S, boarding, 5 Broadway 

CALL, DAILY MORNING, S E 
Cull Co pubrs, 525 Montgomery 

Callinan John, barber, 152 2d 

Callingham W J A Co, ins agts, 316 Gala. 

Callundan F P, wholesale druggist, 324 
Washington 

Calnan J J, harnessmaker, 506 Howards 

Calvert W, dentist, .209 Geary 

Camanche MAM Co, W W Traylor secy ; 
37 Nevada block 

CAMERON <fc HULL, Woodturn- 
ers, 409 Mission 

Cameron James, bakery, 1780 Folsom 

Cameron W S, journalist "Morning Call," 
517 Clay 

CAMETO C <fc CO, Carriagemakers, 
417 Montgomery avenue 



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Camous Andre, locksmith, 432 Bush 
Camp James M, cigars and tobacco, Mer- 
chants' Exchange 
Campbell Alex, atty-at-law, 629 Kearny 
Campbell Alex, sr, atty-at-law, 528 Cala 
Campbell & Connolly, liquors, 322 and 324 
Sansome 

Campbell, Fox & Campbell, attorneys-at- 

law, 528 California 
Campbell H, tinner, 116 H 1st 
Campbell H C, attorney of S F Sayings 

Union, 528 California 
Campbell J, butcher, 723 Folsom 
Campbell J, liquors, SE cor 4th & Bryant 
CAMPBELL JAMES, Bellows man- 
ufacturer, 32 Fremont 
Campbell J D, liquors, 501 4th 
Campbell J M, barber, 163 2d 
Campbell J W H, grain broker, 433 Cala 
Campbell Lewis A, atty-at-law, 629 Kearny 
Campbell M, grocer, 221 4th 
Campbell M, hardware, 7 Steuart 
CAMPBELL W H, Impr and com 
mcht, boiler composition, Scotch gran- 
ite and nagging, 402 Front 
Campe Frederick, grocer, 218 2d 
Campe Henry, grocer, SE cor Howard and 
12th 

Campi's Bestaurant, N Giamboni & Co, 
520 Clay 

Canavan Patrick, livery, 1125 Howard 
Canavan P H, real estate, 521 Montgy 
Cane A F, dentist, 145 4th 
Cane John, Eureka house, 129 Folsom 
CANEPA CATERINA, Midwife, 

323 Montgomery avenue 
CANEPA PETER, Baths, 323 Mont- 
gomery avenue 
Cannon P J, liquors, 427 4th 
CANSECO Mrs ABA, Varieties, 

1144 Folsom 
CARTEL Mrs H, Curtain and lace 

laundry, 315 Sutter 
Cantel L, mngr Tea Co, 38 Centre market 
Cantin & Everett, stock brokers. 313 Cala 
Cantus George, liquors, 29 Stockton 
Canty D & Co, candy factory, 107 Montgy 
Canty T, merchant tailor, 5 Sutter 
Canty Thos, grocer, NW cor 4th & Welch 
Canyon Con Mng Co, Ford H Bogers secy, 
334 Pine 

CAPITOL MILLS (Flouring) , Dem- 
ing, Palmer & Co proprs, 202 and 
204 Davis 

CAPPABACY J, Liquors, 120 Lied- 
esdorff 

Cappelman O C, grocer, 719 Pacific 
Caraffa D & Co, bakers, 1309 Dupont 
Card W H, dentist, 646 Market 
Cardenit & Gaussail, fish, 83 Cala market 
CARDINELL JOHN A, Collector 
and business agt, 30 Montgomery blk 
Cardozo J C, painter, 1067 Broadway 
Cardozo John, boarding, 415 Drumm 
Cargill A H, stock broker, 314 Montgy 



Cargill H A mining secy, 314 Montgomery, 
rm 6 

Carit J A, com mcht and coffee, 405 Front 
CARL BROS, Coopers, Oregon, bet 

Davis and Front 
Carleton Henry, jr, ins agt, 311 California 
Carlos Tiburcio, harness, 232 Montgy ave 
Carlson C E, liquors, 727 Montgomery 
Carlson Chas, coffee saloon, 2 Washgn 
Carlson C J, furniture, 223 4th 
CARLTON GEO E, Agent New Bed- 
ford Oilcloth Co, 111 and 113 Davis 
Carman W, physician, 410 Post 
Carmany C W, cashr S & L Socty, 619 Clay 
CARMANY J H A T CO, Publish- 
ers and book & job printers, 409 Wash 
Carmatz A, jeweler, 527 Sansome 
CARMEN ISLANB SALT 

WORKS, 223 Sacramento 
Carnaghan J L, mining, 330 Pine 
Caro Louis, drygoods, 234 5th 
Caro Morris, liquors, 215 Broadway 
Caro Wm, furniture, 323 Dupont 
Caroe & Meyer, shirt factory, 650 Washn 
Carolan, Cory & Co, iron and hardware, 

117 and 119 California 
CAROLIN J, liquors, NW cor Harri- 
son and 3d 
Caronte Joseph, manfr umbrellas, 138 Post 
Carpenter A D, mining secy, 605 Clay 
Carpenter W H, veterinary surg, 924Missn 
Carpentier E B, atty-at-law, 330 Pine 
Carpentier H W, atty-at-law, 330 Pine 
Carr Mrs A E, fancy goods, 1706 Polk 
Carr James, boarding, 54 Sacramento 
CARR WM B, Contractor, 84 Mont- 
gomery blk, res cor 25th & S Jose ave 
Carran & Baraty, butchers, 1 Clay-st mkt 
Carrey Jean, restaurant, 817 Montgomery 
Carriers' Mutual Aid Society, 521 Clay 
Carroll Bros, grocers, 123 Third 
CARROLL Mrs C, Bakery 110 1st 
CARROLL J C, Wholesale & retail 

liquors, 210 Post 
Carroll John, fruit, 204 Powell 
Carroll John, grocer, 509 Howard 
Carroll John, wood and coal, 1503 Folsom 
CARROLL JOHN C, Eureka Bak- 
ery, 110 1st 
Carroll John P, grocery, 1151 Howard 
Carroll M, bootmaker, 609 Commercial 
Carroll Bichard, grocer, SW cor Harrison 

and Garden 
CARROLL R T «fe CO, Wholesale 

liquors, 305 and 307 Front 
Carroll Thos, varieties, 525 Davis 
Carsney John, butcher, 1239 H Folsom 
Carson Mrs Dora, varieties, 52 7th 
Carson James G, atty-at-law, 637 Kearny 
CARSON JOHN B, Atty-at-law, 

216 Sansome 
CARSTEN FREDERICK, Grocer, 

NW cor 17th and Mission 
Carstensen & Bischoff, grocers, SW cor 
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CARTA*. MCCARTHY A CO, 

Impts and wholesale liquors, 513 Sacto 
Carter F S, secy Collateral L A S Bank, 

NE cor Post and Kearny 
Carter Geo E, stock broker, 238 Montgy 
Carter Miss Lizzie, milliner, 906 Market 
Carter J H, secy Land Mortgage Union of 

California, 534 California 
Carter A Newton, carpenters, 963 Mission 
CARTER R Vk'.lUal estate, 238 Montg 
( ARTY LI KE, grocer, 420 Union 
Carnsi Samuel P, clerk 12th District Court, 
City Hall 

Carver W F, dentist, cor Post A Kearny 
Carvill A D, wagonmaker, 7 and 9 Powell 
Carvill A Co, carriage makers, 194 Stevson 
Carv A Black, hairdressers, 640 Clay 
CART JAMES C, Atty-at-law, 507 

Montgomery 
Casanueva F 2d, consul of Chile, 27 U S 

Court building 
Casarette John, fruit. 903 Post 
Case Geo A, dentist, 212 Kearny 
Casebolt H H A Co, manufacturers of cars, 

8E cor Union andLaguna 
Caselli A A Co, boots and shoes, 810 Sans 
Caselli F, fruit and vegetables, NW cor 

Janson and Greenwich 
Cases Albert, boots and shoes, 1222 Stockn 
Casey James, grocer, 941 Bryant 
Casey John, grocer. 1224 Folsom 
CASEY JOHN C. Saddletree manu- 
facturer, 617 Brannan 
Casey Owen, grocer, cor Chesley A Bryant 
Casey Silas, Lighthouse Inspector, 204 

Montgomery 
Casey Thos, stoves and tinware, 106 4th 
Casimir A Anthes, liqrs, SE cor Sutter and 
Kearny 

Casper Wolff, clothing, 635 Mission 
Caspersen A Paulson, furniture, 1147 F'lsm 
Cass John J, collector, 621 Clay 
Cassans Henry, liquors, cor Harman A 

Valencia 
Casselli Geo, fruit, 525 Geary 
Casserly Eugene, prest Safe Deposit Co, 

SE cor Montgy and California 
Casserly John, liquors, 317 Pacific 
Casserly P, RR house, NE cor Sansome 

and Pacific 
CAMIDY ANDREW, Groceries 

and liquors, NE cor Valencia A 13th 
Cassidy Edward, fruit, 320 Hayes 
Cassidy A Marks, butchers, NW cor 23d 

and Columbia 
Cassilly J P, physician, 333 4th 
Cassim F, jr, liquors, 984 Folsom 
Cassin F A P G, wholesale liqrs, 523 Front 
Cast Steel Shoe and Die Co, W R Town- 
send secy, 59 Nevada block 
Castagnet P A Co, liquors, NE cor 6th and 

Railroad ave 
Castagnetto Peter, grocer, 1406 Dupont 
C A ftTELTH U If F J, Atty-at-law, 

609 Sacramento 



Casterline E P, publisher "Real Estate 

Advance,' ' 436 Montgomery 
Castis Nicholas, restaurant. 107 3d 
CASTLE BROS, Importers and 

wholesale grocers, 213 and 215 Front 
Castle C, cigars and tobacco, 356 3d 
Castles Jas. liqrs, NW cor Missn and 29th 
CASWELL ALBERT, Liquors, 534 

Sacramento 
Caswell Mrs E E, millinery, 28 Post 
Cattarina E J A Co, produce, 418 Davis 
Catlow John, butter, 331 Montgomery 
Caulfield M, liquors, 738 Howard 
Caulfield M H, Liquors, 747 Folsom 
Caulson Robt, paints and paper, 67 4th 
Cavagnaro Domenico, bowling alley, 628 

Broad wav 

CAVAGNINO LLTGIE, Fruits, 114 
4th 

Cavallera S, grocer, SW cor Ellis A Mason 

Cavanaugh T J, liquors, 140 2d 

Cavasea Mrs I. shirt factory, 603 Washgn 

CAW LEY W, Wines A liquors, 538 4th 

Cayron Louis, fruits, 320 5th 

Cazeres G, butcher, 322 5th 

Cederberg G M Co, R W Ellis, secy 420 

Montgomery 
Cellarius C A Co, wholesale liqors, 611 Sans 
Celle D, fruits and varieties, 421 Washgn 
Celtic Protective A Benevolent Association, 

818 Howard 
Centennial G A S M Co, Wm Grainger 

secretary, 330 Pine 
Central Belmont S M Co, D Wilder secy, 

22 Safe Deposit block 
Central Comstock M Co, L Hermann secy, 

220 Sansome 
Central Hotel. D Dowd. propr, 217 Bway 
CENTRAL PACIFIC HOTEL, 

M Farrell, propr, 350 4th 
Central Pacific R R Co, Leland Stanford 

prest, A N Towne, genl supt, NE cor 

4th and Townsend 
Central Pacific R R Freight Depot, R B 

Milroy supt recvg dept, SW cor 4th 

and Townsend 
Central S Con M Co, L Hermann secy, 

220 Sansome 
Centras Con M Co, W W Parrish secy, 7 

Safe Deposit block 
Centre Market, SE cor Sutter and Dupont 
Cereghino B, wood and coal, 428 Pacific 
Cereghino G, boot maker, 35 Sacramento 
Cereghino R A Co, grocers, Mission, bet 

29th and 30th 
Cerf J A Co, crockery, 517, 519 Market 
Cernagoreeneh J, fruit, SE cor Leaven- 
worth and Pacific 
Cevasco GB, propr, "La VoceDel^Popolo," 

603 Montgomery 
CHADROURXE F S «& CO, 

Furniture, 727 Market 
CHADBOI RXE T J, Propr Eclipse 

ship bread and cracker bakery, 1414 

Dupont, and 214 Sacramento 



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Chadwick H A, manager Baldwin's Hotel, 

NE cor Powell and Market 
CHAIGNEAUA «& CO, Printing and 

label printing, 536 Clay 
Chaine Mrs & Son, stationery, 354 4th 
Challenge Con M Co, W E Dean secy, 419 

California, room 19 
Chamber of Commerce, 17 Merchants Ex 
CHAMBERLAIN C II, Receiver U 

S Land Office, 506 Jackson 
Chamberlain G- W, atty-at-law, 606 Montgy 
Chamberlain J L, wharfinger, Main-st 

wharf 

Chamberlain P, physician, 652 Market 
Chamberlain W, physician, 1018 Geary 
CHAMBERLAIN W E Jr, Pacific 

Business College, 320 Post 
CHAMBERLIN «& CO, real estate 

and money brokers, 434 Montgomery 
Chamberlin J, fruits, 368 3d 
Chambers & Constable, bakery, 1139 

Folsom 

Chambers Mrs E, dress maker, 628 Howard 
Champion S M Co, Jacob Hardy secy, 419 

Califoraia, room 23 
Chandler Charles, liquors, 414 Bush 
Chandler J A, stock broker, 411*6 Califor- 
nia, room 7 
Chandler R D, coal and iron, 118 and 120 
Pacific 

Chandler Thos, boarding, 504 & 506 Davis 
Chapel D & Co, machinists, 510 Coml 
Chapin Geo W, real estate, 422 Montgy 
Chapin S A, mine owner, 65 Merchants' Ex 
Chapman C B, physician, 824 Montgy 
Chapman C M, millinery and hair goods, 

625 Market 
Chapman & Co, contractors, 313 Dupont 
CHAPMAN E K A CO, Publishers 

"Golden Era," 605 Clay 
Chapman H, mnfg jeweler, 614 Merchant 
Chapman M & M Co, 419 Cala room 4 
CHAPMAN RUSSELL, Real es- 
tate and business agent, 224 Montgy 
CHAPMAN SAM, Liquors and bil- 
liards, NE cor Bush and Kearny 
CHAPMAN WILLIAM S, Real 

estate, 306 Pine 
Chapot & Bordenare, liquors, cor 5th 

avenue and M 
CHAQUETTE <fe PINSON, Proprs 

Maine restaurant, 719 Market 
Chariot M & M Co, 419 Cala room4 
Charlevois Youe, drygoods, 706 and 708 

Montgomery 
Chariot J, hairdresser, 311 Sutter 
Charlotte G and S Mng Co, F H Kellogg 

secretary, 6 Leidesdorft' 
Charlsen Charles, liquors, 604 Howard 
Charpiot & Orsi, painters, 1115 Dupont 
Charter Oak Hall, 773 Market 
CHARTER OAK LIFE INS CO, 

531 California 
CHASE «fc BORIJCK, Proprietors 
"Spirit of the Times," 621 Sansome 



Chase G W, birds, 271 1st 
Chase R P, physician, 828 Howard 
Chase & Wolff, stevedores, 818 Front 
Chatellier & Spence, jewelers, 120 Sutter 
CHATTIN EDWARD, Commis- 
sioner of Deeds, 442 California 
Chaubert Jules, artificial flowers, 744 Msn 
Chauche A G, wholesale liquors, 615 and 

617 Front 
Chauncy & Co, 214 California 
Chavez Juan, cigars and tobacco, 619 Cala 
Cheda R, restaurant, 617 Pacific 
Cheesman, Head & Thornburgh, capital- 
ists, 412 Montgomery 
Cheignon E, bakery, 2409 Howard 
Chenery Richard, merchandise broker, 
330 Pine 

CHENERY, SOUTHER «fc CO, 

Imprs wines & liquors, 215 & 217 Cala 
Chenot E, liquors, NW cor 4th and Folsom 
Chepernich Louie, fruits, candies, nuts, 

etc, SE cor Clay and Stockton 
Cherokee Flat Blue Gravel Co, O H Bogart 

secretary, 402 Montgomery 
Cherokee G Mng Co, A Halsey secretary, 

312 Montgomery 
Cherry Creek Mill and Mng Co, D F, Ver- 

denal secretary, 409 California 
Cherry John W, sign painter, 108 Sutter 
Chesley C P, physician, 754 Howard 
CHESLEY O W <fc CO, Wholesale 

liquors, 414 Front 
Chester F & Co, drygoods, SE cor Sutter 

and Montgomery 
Chevalier F & Comte, wholesale liquors, 

520 and 522 Washington 
Chevers W H, Court Comr, 629 Kearny 
Cheyne Robert, fruit, 140 1st 
Chicago Brewery, Ahrens, Koch & Tiet- 

jens, 1020 to 1028 Pine 
Chicago G and S Mng Co, E G Freeland 

secretary, 330 Pine 
Chicago Hotel, John C Zuberbuehler & Co 

proprietors, 220 Pacific 
Chick Elwell, carpenter, 1305 Leavenworth 
CHICK GEORGE H, Real estate 

agent, 224 Montgomery 
Chickering Wm H, atty-at-law, 220 Sans 
Chief of the Hill Mng Co, D L Thomas 

secretary, 419 California, room 21 
Chielovich E & Co, wholesale liquors, NW 

cor Jackson and Front 
Chin Lee & Co, fancy goods, 521 Kearny 
China Traders' Ins Co, Williams, Blan- 

chard & Co agents, 218 California 
Chincovich Peter, liquors, SE cor Sansome 

and Pacific 
CHINESE INS CO (Limited), RB 

Irwin & Co agents, 200 Sansome 
Chipley S L M, atty-at-law, 515 California 
CHISHOLM D B, Secy Cala Savings 

and Loan Society, 512 California 
Chismore George, physician, 27 Geary 
Chollar-Potosi Mng Co, W E Dean secy, 

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Chonta S Mng Co, L Hermann secretary, 

220 Sansome 
Choynski I N, stationery, 42 2d 
Christ Samuel, jeweler, 202 Sutter 
CHRISTEN SON F H C, Liquors, 

245 Townsend 
Christian R, dyer, 35 Geary 
Christin Chas,* liquors, 313 Hayes 
Christoffel A Co, fruit and vegetables, 

1312 Polk 
Christopher T, dentist, 724 H Market 
Christson P, groceries, 334 3d 
Christy A Fahrenkrug, grocers, SW cor 

19th and Folsom 
Christy Jamea, shipsmith, Berry, bet 3d 

and 4th 

Christy A Wise, wool com mchts, 607 Front 
CHRONICLE, DAILY, Chas De 

Young A Co pubrs, 506 Montgomery 
Church A Co.wholsle dried fruits,407 Front 
Church T R, clothing, 223 Montgomery 
Church Wm A, Empire lodging house, 636 

and 640 Commercial 
Churchill Clark, atty-at-law, 6 A 20 Mont- 
gomery block 
Chute Richard, shipping mchnt, 610 Front 
CUT LUNG A CO, Chinese goods, 

640 Sacramento 
Cills A Co, com mchts and agts Merchants' 

Packet Line, 38 California 
Cincinnati G A S M Co, Wm Small secy, 

535 California 
Cirkle Jnlis, clothing, 206 Pacific 
Cirnega Isabel, dressmaker, 1613 Powell 
CITIEENS' INSURANCE CO, 

Farnsworth A Clark, 209 Sansome 
Citron M L, clothing, 131 Pacific 
Citv Hall, Kearnv, fm Washgn to Mrchant 
CITY IRON WORKS, Low A 
Chartrey proprs, 26 and 28 Fremont 
City of Boston GAS M Co, J M Buffing- 
ton secy, 309 California 
Citv Railroad Co, 1828 Mission 
CITY RESTAURANT, Flynn A 

Co proprs, 538 and 542 Clay 
CLAAMSEN J, Liquors, 1 Front 
Clabrough A Bro, guns, 630 Montgomery 
CLAFFEY CHARLES, Saloon and 

restaurant, 212 Sansome 
Clancy J, liquors, 501 Howard 
Clancy O H, grocer, cor 16th and 2d ave 
Clapp Jason, carriagemaker and hack- 
smith, Oregon, bet Davis A Front 
Clare John, clothing, 107 Jackson 
Clark Mrs Ada, dancing academy, 155 New 

Montgomery 
Clark A Co, restaurant, 22 Montgomery 
Clark Edmund F, giocer, 718 Front 
Clark F, Union house, 32 Steuart 
Clark Frank, druggist, 400 4th 
Clark Geo, boarding, 110 Pacific 
CLARK GEO W, Paper hangings 

and window shades, 645 Market 
Clark Harry, grocer, cor Bush and Webster 
Clark Mme Jane, varieties, 1220 Polk 



CLA RH J F, Real estate and land 

agent, 436 Montgomery 
Clark Joseph J, atty-at-law, 605 Clay 
Clark J W, mining secy, 418 California 
Clark A Kaulbeck, blacksmiths and wagon 

makers, 1106 Howard 
Clark A Krebs, jr, spring bed factory, cor 

17th and Shotwell 
CLARK L S, Attorney-at-law, 606 

Montgomery, room 23 
Clark P F, boots and shoes, 934 Folsom 
CLARK R L <fc CO, Blacksmiths, 

. 1106 Howard 
Clark Truman S, wire mattresses, 217 Bush 
Clark A Webster, shipwrights, 26 Howard 
CLARK W H T, Gold and silver 

plater, 1231 Market 
Clark W M, liquors, 409 4th 
Clarke A Co, mine owners, 331 Montgy 
Clarke H K W, atty-at-law, 330 Pine 
Clarke Mrs M, ladies' hairdresser, 126 Krny 
CLARKE SAMUEL J, Jr, Regis- 
ter in Bankruptcy District of Cali- 
fornia, U S Court building 
Clarken R M, clerk Criminal Court, 728 

Montgomery 
Clary Mrs Mary, grocer, 629 Howard 
Clary W H, mining, 33 Merchants' Ex 
Clases John, grocer, 415 4th 
Classen J C, carpenter, 516 Kearny 
Claus John, tailor, 629^ Pacific 
CLAUSEN F, Jewelry (manufac- 
turer) , 410 Kearny 
Clausmann Mrs Mary, baths, 738 Pacific 
Claussen H H. veterinarv surgn, 439 Pine 
CLAUSSENIUS GEO, Liquors, 

wholesale and retail, 419 Pine 
CLAY F, Mangr San Francisco Cracker 

Co, 206 and 208 Sacramento 
Clay F J, billiards, 111 Sutter 
Clay Street Market, fm Clay to Merchant, 

bet Montgomery and Sansome 
Clayburgh A Brandenstein, livrv, 112 Post 
Clayton C A Co, grain, 400 Front 
Clearing House, Thos S Taylor manager, 

209 and 211 Sansome 
Cleary P M, bootmaker, 508 Mission 
Cleary Robt, collector, 224 Montgomery 
Cleaveland H W, architect, 507 Montgy 
Clement J A E B, examiners of titles, 710 

Washington 
Clement John, com mcht, 124 California 
CLEMENT R P H N, attys-at- 

law, 606 Montgomery, room 3 
Clements A Abbott, carpentrs, 500 Mercht 
Clements Gilbert, com mcht, 318 Front 
Clery T P, plaster worker, 152 N Montgy 
Cleveland C D, physician, 204 Sutter 
Cliff House, Captain Foster propr, Point, 

Point Lobos Road 
Cliff House Stages, stand NW cor Post 

and Central ave 
Clifford Brosnan, grocer, 227 6th 
Clifford Geo, mdse broker, 402 Front 
Clifford R, meat market, 240 4th 



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CLINE H, Ship stores, 5 Mission 
Cline Samuel, tailor, 428 Pacific 
Clingen David, wharfinger, Howard 
Clinton C A, druggist, cor 11th & EE ave 
Clinton Marv, bakerv, 450 6th 
CLIPPER HOTEL, Eucwardt and 

Schlechtweg proprs, Market & East 
Clisbee Albert, cigars, cor 4th and Howard 
Close W, physician, 822 Mission 
CLOUDMAX C II, bootmkr, 247 8th 
Clough J W, wagonmaker, 17 Stevenson 
Cluff Bros, grocers, 36 2d 
Cluff & Dewitt, grocers, 223 3d 
Cluff W B & Co, groceries, 19 6th 
Clyde E S, attorney-at-law, 715 Clay 
Coakley Jerry, saloon, 431 Townsend 
Coalter W F, restaurant, 7 Stockton 
COAST REVIEW, J G Edwards, 

proprietor, 320 California 
Coates C, liquors, 37 Sutter 
Cobb James, liquors, 538 1st 
Cobb M G, attorney-at-law, 62 Nevada blk 
Coblentz E, shirt factory, 20 Montgy ave 
Cobliner Bros, fancy goods, 543 Market 
CORO, 1GUAL & CO, Manufac- 
tory of Cobo & Martinez cigars, 419 
Sacramento 
Cochrane Maria, dressmaker, 131 Turk 
COCHRANE «fc RICHMOND, 

Dentists, 850 Market 
Cockrill T G & Co, wholesale liquors, 521 
Front 

CORE <fc DOHN, Com mchts, pro- 
duce and vinegar, 417 Drumm 

Code, Elfelt & Co, hermetically sealed 
goods, 314 Washington 

Codington W H, prest Pac Glue Mafg Co, 
cor Gough & Lombard 

Coe John T, contractor, 310 California 

Coe O E, manager MANN'S REAC- 
TIONARY HEALTH LIFT, 
415 Montgomery 

COE Mrs S Q, Cameron House, 519 
Sacramento 

Coen Frank, liquors, 531 Jackson and 921 
Kearny 

Coey James, postmaster, N W cor Wash- 
ington and Battery 
Coffee Andrew J, notary public 
Coffey James V, attorney at-law, 729 Mont 
COFFIN & HENDRY, Importers 
and dealers, ship chandlery, 2-8 Market 
Coffin & Mayhew, druggists, NW cor Mis- 
sion and 20th, and cor Valencia & 16th 
Cogan James, money broker, 317 Cal 
Cogswell J L, dentist, 230 Kearny 
Cohane Lewis, carpenter, 710 Turk 
Cohen A A, atty-at-law, 224 Sansome 
Cohen Bros, boots and shoes, 4 6th 
Cohen Davis, furniture, 1118 Howard 
Cohen D & Bro, varieties, 28 2d 
Cohen G, tailor, 34 Geary 
COHEN «fc GLENNIE, Stock and 
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Cohen H, dry goods. 422 6th 
COHEN HERMAN, Picture engrav- 
ings and frames, 631 Clay 
Cohen H S, varieties, 2202 16th 
Cohen I S, sewing machines, 139 6th 
Cohen J, furnishing goods, 143 2d 
Cohen King, crockery, 1528 Stockton 
Cohen Louis, clothing, 408 Pacific 
COHEN LEWIS, Merchant tailor, 

547*6 Mission 
COHEN M, "manufacturer cigars and 

tobacco, 629 Sacramento 
Cohen Mercado. cigars and tobacco, 17^ 6th 
COHEN PHIL, Flavoring extracts 

and essential oils, 326 Clay 
Cohen Philip, barber, 12 Sacramento 
Cohen & Pincus, clothing, 307 East 
Cohen S, Physician, 405 Kearny 
Cohen W & Co, furnishing goods, 
Market 

Cohen Wm & Co, money brokers, 

Montgomery 
Cohn Misses, millinery, 428 Hayes 
Cohn Alexander, clothing, 641 Kearny 
Cohn & Brock, clothing, 718 Washington 
Cohn Bros, drygoods, 244 and 246 6th 
COHN ED *fc CO, Cigars, 225 Mont- 
gomery 

Cohn & Frank, money brokers, 418 Mont 
COHN O «& CO, Importers and man- 
ufacturers cigars and tobacco, SE cor 
Sacramento and Front 
Cohn Herman, furnishing goods, 809 Mkt 
Cohn I, locksmith, 510 Post 
Cohn Isadore, jeweller, 650 Market 
Cohn J, butcher, 328 6th 
Cohn Joseph, clothing, 427 Pacific 
COHN L, Wholesale and retail liquors, 

223 Leidsdorff 
Cohn M, clothing, 414 Sansome 
Cohn M B, clothing, 131 Jackson 
Cohn E, furniture, 129 6th 
Cohn S B, shirt manfg, 135 Post 
Cohn Simon, clothing, 203-421-433 Kearny 
Cohn W, tailor, 425 Pine 
Cohnheim Max, editor S F Journalist and 

Humorist, 622 Clay 
Cohnreich B, boots and shoes, 840 Market 
Cohnreich E, boots and shoes, 804 Market 
Cohnreich E, boots and shoes, 820 Kearny 
Coin E &Co, White House Hotel, 420 Jacksn 
Cokely Thos, drygoods, 2544 Folsom 
Colaco Max, cigars and tobacco, S E cor 

4th and Market 
COLAMRAT A, Dress and cloak trim- 
mings, 105 Stockton 
COLROLRN RICHARD, Liquors, 

628 Merchant 
Colburn T W, mining secy, 418 California 
COLRY Z F, Fruit and variety, 322 
Francisco 

Cole Cornelius, attorney-at-law, U S Court 
building 

COLE E D, Agent Grand Trunk Bail- 
way Co, 436 Montgomery 



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Cole N P, Prest Cal Furniture Manfg Co 
and Bank of San Francisco, 649 and 
651 Market 

Cole N W & Co, planing and sawing, 160 
Main 

Cole R Beverly, physician, 16 Gearv 
COLE SEWARD, Felting, 317 Cala 
Coleman Mrs Catherine, jewelry, 101 3d 
Coleman C H, barber, 218 Pacific 
Coleman D H, groceries, N E cor Gilbert 

and Brannan 
Coleman D R, shipsmith, 9 Vallejo 
COLEMAN E J, Prest Pac Transfer 

Co, 110 Sutter 
Coleman James, restaurant, 1831 Mission 
Coleman J E W, painter, 921 Folsom 
Coleman J S, physician, 520 Valencia 
Coleman JW4 Co, stock brokers, 429 Cal 
Coleman Mrs M M, dressmaker, 115 Kearny 
Coleman \V T it ( 'o, commission merchants, 

SW cor California and Front 
CO LEY W C, Propr King-street Ex- 
change, King, near 4th 
Colin Rene, liquors, NW cor Filbert and 
Powell 

COLLATERAL LOAN A SAV- 
INGS BANK, NE cor Post and 
Kearny, J S Spear, Jr, prest, F S 
Carter, secy, 
Collie A Stewart, florists, 18 Post 
Collins B, painter, 718 Stockton 
COLLINS «fc CO, hatters, 227 Montgy 
Collins Daniel, fruit and vegetables, 24th, 

bet Alabama and Columbia 
Collins G, restaurant, 247 3d 
Collins James, liquors, Valencia <fc Mkt 
Collins J C, real estate agent, 318 Kearny 
Collins J A, attyat-law, 53 Montgy block 
Collins Mrs M, furnished rooms, 32 4th 
Collins P, grocer, 138 5th 
Collins Patrick, boarding, 519 Mission 
Collins & Phelps, dairy, 3 Boardman 
Collins S P, liquors, 329 Montgomery 
Collins Timothy, boatbuilder, 122 & 124 
Berry 

Collins Wallace, machinist, 111 Stevenson 
Collins, Wheaton & Luhrs, commission 

merchants and wholesale provisions, 

219 Front and 207 Sacramento 
Collonan W, liquors, 133 3d 
Collopy J, bakery, 953 Bryant 
Collugeraz B, restaurant, 107 Dupont 
Colman A F, druggist, cor Jones and Geary 
Colman Brog, clothing, SW cor Bush and 

Montgomery and 107 Battery 
Colman Martin, liquors, 438 Pine 
COLORADO S NAY CO, B M 

Hartshorn prest, J Bermingham agt 

W H Talbot secy, 10 Market 
CO ETON A C, Attorney-at-law, 17 

Montgomery block 
COLTON F D, Attorney-at-law, 17 

Montgomery block 
Columbia Con Q M Co, A Halsey secy, 312 

Montgomery 



Columbia Foundry, Reese Llewellyn 

propr, 133 & 135 Beale 
Columbia Mill Co, Blakely, Murray & Co 

proprs, sash, doors, blinds, etc, 122 

126 Main 

Columbia River Packets, A M Simpson & 

Bro, 44 Market 
Columbia S M Co, 419 Cala, room 4 
Colvin Mrs A, dressmaker, 768 Mission 
Colvuhoun Mrs J C, dressmaking, 634 

Howard 

Commeford Patrick, liquors, 1911 Hyde 

Commercial Block, SE cor Cala & Front 

COMMERCIAL BUREAU OF 
CALIFORNIA, Allen, Breck & 
Co, managers, 528 California 

COMMERCIAL HERALD 
CIRCULAR, J H Carmany & Co 
publishers, 409 Washington 

COMMERCIAL HERALD 
«fc MARKET REVIEW, J H 
Carmany & Co publishers, 409 Wash 

Commercial Hotel, John Kelly jr, propr, 
cor Montgomery ave and Kearny 

Commercial Insurance Co California, C W 
Kellogg, prest, C Laton, secy, 228 Cal 

COMMERCIAL NEWS «fc SHIP- 
PINO LIST, Bates, Woods & Co 
publishers, 423 Washington 

Commercial Soap Co, office 101 Clay 

COMMERCIAL UNION AS- 
SOCIATION OF LONDON, 
J R Hamilton agent, 221 Sansome 

Commins & O'Connor, wholesale liquors, 
505 Front 

Comstock A M, real estate agt, 420 Montgy 
Conboie Joseph A, 605 Clay 
Condon & Coleman, grocers, 229 6th 
Coney A, broker, SE cor Montgy & Clay 
Confidence S M Co, R Wegener secy, 414 
California 

Congdon George, livery, 409-411 Taylor 
Congdon G W, real estate agt, 40 Nev blk 
CONGDON H B, Real estate and 

mining secretary, 330 Pine 
Conger C C, stock broker, 330 Pine 
Conger P T, printer, 414 Sacramento 
Conklin Frank, stationery, 310 5th 
Conklin P & F G, California Glove Co, 419 

Battery 

Conkling G Wpfurnishing goods, 610 Mrkt 
Conlin & Roberts, metal roofers, 728 Missn 
Conlon Michael, liquors, Brannan bet 8th 
and 9th 

Conlon Michael, varieties, 407 Hyde 
Conly & Gowell Con M Co, A Halsey secy, 

312 Montgomery 
Connars & Quaid, liquors, 311 4th 
Connecticut Fire Ins Co, Oliver Hawes 

agent, 317 California 
Connecticut Mutual Life Ins Co, 315 Cala 
Connell J D, carpenter, 1028 Pacific 
Connell J S, bakery, 112 12th 
Connell M, grocer and coal, 1018 Folsom 
Connelly James & Co, bedding, 217 Bush 



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Connelly Martin, coal, 1068 Howard 
Connelly, Nye & Co, Goodenough Horse- 
shoeing Co, 177 Jessie 
Connelly T, liquors, 100 1st 
Conner C W, real estate, 604 Merchant 
Conner P, capitalist, 518 Tyler 
Connerton Owen, grocer, 138 8th 
Connolly J, liquors, 526 Mission 
Connolly & Kiernan, liquors, Dunbar alley 
Connolly Thomas, poultry and dairy pro- 
duce, 9 S F market 
CONNOLLY «fc WHEAT, Wheel- 

an's mill, 806 4th 
CONNOR <fc SHERIDAN, Grocers, 
323 4th 

Connor S P, cooper, Jackson, bet Drumm 
and Davis 

Connor & White (Misses), dressmakers, 

952 Mission 
Connors Mrs M E, fancy goods, 1034Folsm 
Conolley E, liquors, 9 Hardie Place 
Conoly & Hurley, butchers, 14 and 16 

Union market 
Conrad David, wholesale dried fruits, nuts, 

etc, NW cor Washington and Front 
Conrad Mary, varieties, 151 7th 
Conrades F, oyster saloon, 612 Market 
Conradt J, dentist, 825 Kearny 
Conran Thomas, cutlery, 232 Bush 
Conro FD & Son, proprs Golden Age flour 

mills, 717 to 721 Battery 
Con Amador M Co, F B Latham, 426 Cala 
Con Comstock G & S M Co, C A Gould 

secy, 419 California, rm 17 
Con Comstock S Mng Co, O H Bogart 

secretary, 402 Montgomery 
Con Imperial Mng Co, W E Dean secy, 

* 419 California, room 19 
Con Tobacco Co, Wm B Isaacs secretary, 

585 Market 
CON VIRGINIA MNG CO, 

Nevada block 
Con Wyoming G Mng Co, J M Buffington 

secretary, 309 California 
Constant Mrs J, milliner, 314 Sutter 
Constitution M Co, 419 Cala room 4 
Consul Argentine Republic, Charles Baum, 

510 Battery 
Consul Brazil, Wm Darley Bentley (vice) , 

309 California 
Consul Chili, F 2d CasaAieva, 27 U S 

Court building 
CONSUL COSTA RICA, J M Tin- 

oco, 323 Front 
Consul France, Antoine Forest,704 Washgn 
Consul General Costa Rica, T Lemmen 

Meyer, 525 Front 
Consul German Empire, Adolph Rosen- 
thal, 321 Battery 
Consiil Italy, Count Diego Barrilis, 525 Fnt 
Consul Portugal, H Laidley (vice) ,527 Clay 
CONSUL. SALVADOR, Nicholas 

Gaxiola, 320 Sansome 
CONSUL SWEDEN AND NOR- 
WAY, A Berggren, 406 Montgy 



CONSUL U S COLOMBIA, J 

David Guarin, U S Court building 
CONTINENTAL COFEEE AND 

SPICE MILLS, A H Murphy 

propr, Howard, bet 21st and 22d; 

office 202 California 
Continental Fire Ins Co of N Y, A B Forbes 

agt, 204 Montgomery and 310 Cala 
Contra Costa Laundry, Hallett, Bartlett 

& Dalton proprs, 28 Sacramento 
Convis C E, capitalist, 320 Sansome 
Conway Bernard, liquors, 993 Market 
Conway Martin, liquors, 422 Drumm 
Conway M G, harnessmaker, 679 Mission 
Comvay P, wood and coal, 133 2d 
CONWAY PAT, Boarding, 123 Spear 
Cook Mrs A, liquors, 400 3d 
Cook Mrs A O, hair jewelry, 30 Kearny 
Cook Bros, box and match factory, Berry, 

bet 3d and 4th 
Cook Mrs C. hair jewelry, 417 Kearny 
COOK Mrs C A, Physician (Eclectic) , 

224 Post 

COOK CARROLL, Attorney-at-law, 

535 Clay 

COOK C W «& SON, Stock brokers, 
326 Pine 

Cook Daniel, mine owner, 47 Nevada blk 

Cook & Degen, belt factory, 37 Fremont 

Cook E J & Co, grocers, 47 2d 

Cook E W, 126 Kearny 

Cook Ferdinand C, physician, 873H Mrkt 

Cook George W F, atty-at-law, 509 Kearny 

Cook & Gray G and S Mng Co, H S Healey 

secretary, 330 Pine 
Cook H N, belting and hose, 415 Market 
Cook I & A M, lumber, pier 2*6, Steuart 
COOK J E & CO, Stockbrokers, 413 

California 
Cook John, barber, 328 Bush 
Cook John H, poultry, 48-49 Washington 

Market 

Cook M & Co, liquors, 513 Washington 
Cook M M, dairy, cor Bush and Pierce 
Cook Seth, mine owner, 47 Nevada block 
Cook Thomas, journalist " Chronicle," 506 

Montgomery 
Cook & Trounson, carpenter, 514 Pine 
COOKE & RALPH, Manufacturers 

and dealers cigars, 429 Front 
Cooke & Smith, furniture, 30 4th 
Cool G W, dentist, 22 Kearny 
Coolidge Charles, printer, 536 Clay 
Coolidge J A, secretary Meachants' Ex- 
change Assn, Merchants' Exchange 
Coombs & Burridge, electro platers, 654 Mis- 
sion 

Coombs & Taylor, shipwrights, 111 Market 
Cooney J J, grocer and dry goods, 291 Union 
Cooney J N, grocer, 219 11th 
Cooney John, paints and oils, 113 4th 
COONEY M, atty-at-law, 7 Court blk 
Cooper Abraham, clothing, 130 Pacific 
Cooper J B, capitalist, 426 California 
Cooper J K, books and stationery, 746 Mkt 



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Cooper John, mcht tailor, 24 New Montgy 
Coos Bay Oregon Coal Co., TB Beach secy, 

84 Montgomery block 
COPE *V BOYD, attys-at-law, 629 

Kcamv 

COPE, I'lILER A CO, Stockbr's, 

326 Montgomery 
Cope W W, atty-at-law, 629 Kearny 
Coppage J W, mining secy, 330 Pine 
Coquied Charles, fruit3 and vegetables, 

1023 Pacific 
Coquille Black Sand G M Co., F P Rey- 
nolds secy, 24 Safe Deposit building 
Corbctt Mrs E J, physician, 200 Stockton 
Corbett H, agent Cal Oil Cloth Co,112 4th 
Corbett A Hammond, liquors, SE cor Hal- 

leck and Leidesdorff 
Corbett A Roche, liquors 23 2d 
Corbitt A Macleay, wholesale grocers, 202 

Sacramento 
Cordano Michael, liquors, 1234 Dupont 
Cordon Antonio C, barber, 210 Drumm 
Corden T J, stationery and books, 525 4th 
Cordes C H, liquors, SE cor Mar